Buffalo Bill Cody

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Related to Buffalo Bill Cody: Annie Oakley, Kit Carson
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United States showman famous for his Wild West Show (1846-1917)

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Like David Heaton, I also have a link to Buffalo Bill Cody.
Visiting legends, from left, Buffalo Bill Cody, Lily Langtree and Harry Houdini
It's a withering village of 154 today, while Cody, Wyoming, located near the entrance to Yellowstone National Park and named for its founder, Buffalo Bill Cody, is a bustling hive for tourists.
BORN ROD Stewart, rock singer, 1945, above GEORGE Foreman, US boxer, 1949 RASPUTIN, religious leader, 1869 DIED COCO Chanel, fashion designer, 1971, BUFFALO Bill Cody, folk hero, 1917, above HOWLIN' Wolf, blues guitarist, 1976
Buffalo Bill Cody brought his Wild West Show to Britain three times.
The hunt was hosted by Major General Philip Sheridan, and a number of colorful Western characters participated: Chief Spotted Tail, Colonel George Custer, and Buffalo Bill Cody.
These fine guns are valuable works of art on their own, but when owned by a celebrity like Buffalo Bill Cody or Annie Oakley, they become priceless.
The baby's middle name is after Buffalo Bill Cody - the greatest showman of all time, Frank told Absolute Radio listeners.
And his second name is Cody, as in Buffalo Bill Cody, the greatest showman of all time, so I've worked out his career.
PONY EXPRESS (S4C, 9am) Buffalo Bill Cody and Wild Bill Hickok defy saboteurs to open up an east-west route for the pioneering mail service - as well as foiling a plot to prevent California becoming part of the Union.
Western personalities such as Daniel Boone, Davy Crockett, and Buffalo Bill Cody do not escape his gaze and neither do "poisoned places" and urban spaces (298).
Dianna Fawbush took this photo of her husband, Fred, on the steps of the Nebraska home that belonged to Buffalo Bill Cody, who was Fred's great-great-uncle.
The death certificate of William Cody, who died and is buried in Chester and who claimed to be the son of legendary Wild West soldier, hunter and showman Buffalo Bill Cody, left
Music Hall historian and production manager Zhana Morris hosts the tours, ushering visitors back in time with tales of a bygone era, when Shakespearean actors and such memorable figures as Buffalo Bill Cody and the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company of Gilbert and Sullivan fame took to the Music Hall's stage.