Tracy Morrison is a songwriter, folksinger and storyteller. She has studied American Folk music for more than 30 years and performed at festivals, museums, libraries, community gatherings and theatres around the country. She’s written songs about historical Idaho women such as Sacajawea, Polly Bemis, Pegleg Annie and more. She has published a self titled EP and full length album, Dancing Through Medbury. She is featured on the Boise 150 “Our Town” CD and “Idaho Ho Ho Ho Volume 6” CD. She’s an avid outdoors woman, land researcher and Idaho native. She holds a B.S. in Geology from Boise State University.
In 1883, Sarah Winnemucca was the first Native American woman to publish an autobiography “Life Among the Paiutes, Their Wrongs and Claims” documenting the first 40 years of experiences between her people and European settlers. Polly Bemis was shipped to America by the slave trade, and became a free woman after many years of servitude. Kittie Wilkins, the Horse Queen of Idaho, was the only woman horse breeder of her time who supplied thousands of horses all over North America. Historical Idaho Women Stories and Folksongs, presents brief introduction stories followed by original songs recognizing historical Idaho women.