That night Frank kept missing — until a jeering spectator shouted, "Let the girl shoot! Annie hit the targets every time — much to the delight of the raucous crowd.
Boring Jonathan R. The Chicago Griswolds win a grand tour and head for the Old World to soak up culture. Democrat Gary Hart becomes the front-runner for the presidential nomination until allegations of an extramarital affair derail his campaign. Then just hang on for dear life. November 3,
Butler took a stage name, borrowed from her paternal grandmother — Annie Oakley. Wild West.
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Butler, 66, most marked markswoman in history, at Greenville, Ohio, after long illness. Retrieved May 22, December 6, From Greenville, Ohio, I received a heavy brown pasteboard box, which I carried to the stage of the Globe Theatre, Manhattan, and opened in the presence of a notary public. It contained several scrapbooks, with clippings, photographs, letters and a typed autobiography up to of my late friend, Annie Oakley Butler, ablest markswoman in history, who died last month.
There was no letter of explanation but it seemed apparent that Annie Oakley, with whom I played in a circus some 20 years ago, wished me to be her Boswell. Annie Oakley Center Foundation. Archived from the original JPG on July 31, Retrieved July 31, New York: New American Library.
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Drummond, a An impressive biography of a man, born and raised in Linn County, Kansas, who from age nineteen aspired "to be nothing short of John Muir," the nation's most renowned naturalist; to a great extent Mills succeeded, becoming "nationally prominent naturalist" and conservation advocate in his own right. DuBois, Ellen Carol.
Ithaca, N. Includes an entire chapter on "The Kansas Campaign of ," the unsuccessful drive for equal suffrage that "completed the split between abolitionists and feminists and brought conflict into the ranks of feminists themselves. Dunbar, Leslie W. A reflection--not a historical analysis--on the meaning and impact Brown on America during the forty years after it was decided. Dykstra, Robert R.
Considers "two influential misconceptions" of the Old West: first, that a "typical frontier community was sociologically cohesive"; second, "that these particular frontier communities.