Six-feet tall and ready to do damage -- Gallus Mag was a bouncer in 19th Century New York City who would take no guff from anyone. Sadie Farrell, aka "Sadie the Goat," was a Hudson River pirate who backed down to no one. When they crossed paths, a legend was born. Join Sean Marlon Newcombe and Dawn "Sam" Alden as they discuss the incredible story of two of the toughest women in the Empire State and what happened when they crossed paths.
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