Josephine was born in New York City to a Prussian Jewish household; her daddy was a baker. They transferred to San Francisco, where Josephine went to dance school as a lady. When her daddy had trouble discovering work, the household relocated with her older sis and brother-in-law to a working-class tenement. Josephine escaped, potentially as early as age 14, and took a trip to Arizona, where she had an "experience." Much of her life from about 1874 to 1880 is unknown due to her ability to keep this duration of her life personal, even threatening legal action versus authors and film manufacturers. She might have shown up in Prescott, Arizona as early as 1874. There is some proof that she resided in Prescott and Tip Top, Arizona Area under the presumed name of Sadie Mansfield, and worked as a woman of the street from 1874 to 1876, prior to ending up being ill and going back to San Francisco. The name Sadie Mansfield was likewise tape-recorded in Tombstone. Scientists have actually discovered that the two names share incredibly comparable attributes and situations.
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No! There was some informative information, but the book was overall boring. Good thing it was short.
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