Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show


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a spectacular show organized in 1883 by William F. Cody that featured horseback riding and marksmanship on a large scale

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15) The addition of imperialistic military themes in 1891 and other "races" and the Congress of Rough Riders in 1892 to Buffalo Bill's Wild West show further demonstrated the might and progress of America.
And gosh darnit if Taylor isn't responsible for the mighty authentic-looking costumes that make us feel like we're part of Buffalo Bill's Wild West show, not to mention those fancy gowns worn by the "white-gloved friends of Frank Butler" at the ballroom scene.
Surrounded by the Enemy came to Salford with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show in 1887.
Members of the Lakota and Oglala Sioux tribes, plus horses, buffalo, mules, donkeys, elk and deer, travelled to Britain in 1887 as part of Buffalo Bill's wild west show.
Frank Hopkins (Viggo Mortensen), an ex-performer in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, is told by a fellow cowboy that ``the Ocean of Fire is not just a race.
BUFFALO BILL'S WILD WEST SHOW SEEhow the West was won in one evening.
Kids can have a free breakfast with the Disney characters, Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show or a day trip to the centre of Paris - one child for each adult buying any of these optional extras.
In the 1880s, Buffalo Bill's Wild West show permanently etched a romantic image of the American frontier into the public's imagination.
They toured in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, and eventually in their own venue until her death in 1926.
TheVillage offers a great selection of shopping, eating and top-class entertainment including Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.
Disneyland Paris (08705 030303) includes free selected add-ons at time of booking, like Breakfast with Disney Characters, a Day Trip to Paris and Buffalo Bill's Wild West show.
Cuthand's father had worked briefly in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show and after visiting New York became convinced that aboriginals would be better served with a formal education.
The novel presents the story of a young Lakota Sioux man, Charging Elk, who at age 23 is a member of Buffalo Bill's Wild West show traveling through Europe in 1889.
Like Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, Legends of Our Time will be a touring attraction: a travelling exhibit.
People at Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show cheered for their favorite performer.