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 (hĭk′ŏk′), James Butler Known as "Wild Bill." 1837-1876.
American frontier scout and marshal whose law enforcement exploits against Western outlaws are the subject of folk legends.


(Biography) James Butler, known as Wild Bill Hickok. 1837–76, US frontiersman and marshal


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James Butler ( “Wild Bill” ), 1837–76, U.S. frontiersman.
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12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Hickok Incorporated (OTC QB: HICKA), a Cleveland based supplier of products and services for automotive, emissions testing, locomotive, and aircraft industries, today reported operating results for the fourth quarter and the fiscal year ended September 30, 2014.
1876: James Butler, or Wild Bill Hickok, Marshal of the West, was shot dead by Jack McCall while playing poker in a saloon in Deadwood, South Dakota.
He was born James Butler Hickok in 1837 to English parents, and by the age of 12 had gained a reputation as a gifted marksmen.
The Smith and Wesson Model 2 Army revolver carried by Wild Bill Hickok when he was shot dead at a poker table in Deadwood could fetch $500,000 at auction this year ([pounds sterling]321,000).
AMERICA 1933: THE GREAT DEPRESSION, LORENA HICKOK, ELEANOR ROOSEVELT, AND THE SHAPING OF THE NEW DEAL comes from a celebrated historian who focuses on Lorena Hickok's journalistic contributions to Roosevelt's administration during the Great Depression, and is a special recommendation for any collection strong in Depression history and analysis of American history.
If he was a sweet little old man, there would be a lot of volunteers," said Mary Grace Hickok, a Springfield woman who is selling the house - the one that the city considers inhabitable - to Brewster for $313 a month.
LAHORE -- Faculty member of California State University, USA, international scholar and researcher John Hickok visited the main library of University of Punjab (UoP) here on Thursday.
Summary: Gun enthusiast Bill Hickok uses a Colt 1911 Series 80 handgun to carve a pumpkin.
A SCOT who spent his life following in the footsteps of cowboy Wild Bill Hickok has died at the age of 76.
Hickok believes NCLB was seriously flawed, however, and describes how tensions between White House staffers and members of Congress, and within the Department of Education, ultimately undermined the legislation, preventing it from going far enough.
Hickok Incorporated, a supplier of products and services for the automotive, emissions testing, locomotive and aircraft industries, reported on Friday a net loss of USD151,479 or USD0.
Then she married the legendary Wild Bill Hickok, bringing her even more public attention, though he was killed only five months later.