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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Not long after that, Annie and Frank became part of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, a group headed by William F.
A century back, there were numerous women, like Lillian Smith, also from Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, who could outshoot most men.
Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show traveled around the world and gave audiences in Europe and the United States a taste of the 'Wild West'.
The booklet also recalls major events, such as a visit to Longley Park by Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show in 1904.
Discharged from the army, Jones lived in Birmingham, toured with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show and pawned his VC.
He added: "One runner-up was a full-blooded Indian whose grandfather had come across to work as an interpreter for Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.
Eking out a living at Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, Hopkins gets a shot at redemption when he and his famous horse, Hidalgo, are invited to compete in the Ocean of Fire, a 3,000-mile race across the Arabian desert.
And we've also booked a great night out for all 200 winners at Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, where you can see how the West waswon in one evening.
Despite taking on different names and mergers, in the public's mind it always was Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.
Disneyland Paris (08705 030303) includes add-ons at time of booking, like breakfast with Disney characters, day trip to Paris, and Buffalo Bill's Wild West show.
Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show is a superb evening dinner event and children will love the huge arena where cowboys and Indians fight battles with each other and audience participation is encouraged.
Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show is not to be missed - even at pounds 30 a ticket.
Danis was referring to Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, which performed beneath the Eiffel Tower from the time the famous structure was built until the start of the first World War.
Nearby are lithographs from the 1890s showing glamorized cowboys from Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.