Metcalfe Museum

As Augusta grew up, many of the chores became her responsibility as her siblings moved away. She oversaw tending to the cattle. Her family did not own many, but they also tended to the herds of other ranchers. She learned to ride horses and received her own side-saddle at the age of 10. It was special ordered for her by her father, Edward Corson, in Liberal, Kansas. She kept it for the rest of her life and had it repaired numerous times. During the quiet moments of watching the cattle graze, she would rest in the shade of her horse…

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