Buffalo Bill


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Buffalo Bill

See William Frederick Cody.

Buffalo Bill

n
(Biography) nickname of William Frederick Cody. 1846–1917, US showman who toured Europe and the US with his famous Wild West Show

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(ˈkoʊ di)

n.
William Frederick ( “Buffalo Bill” ), 1846–1917, U.S. Army scout and showman.
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Noun1.Buffalo Bill - United States showman famous for his Wild West Show (1846-1917)Buffalo Bill - United States showman famous for his Wild West Show (1846-1917)
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Buffalo Bill taught me the most of what I know, my mother taught me much, and I taught myself the rest.
Buffalo Bill taught me how to drag wounded soldiers out of the line of fire with my teeth; and I've done it, too; at least I've dragged HIM out of the battle when he was wounded.
Lawson's Jesse James, the Outlaw: A Narrative of the James Boys (1901) and Colonel Prentiss Ingraham's Adventures of Buffalo Bill from Boyhood to Manhood (1882?
The programme had began earlier with a procession through the streets of Cardiff and thousands lined the streets as Buffalo Bill seated in his horse drawn coach continually raised his hat to all and sundry.
Anrheg Nadolig derbyniol iawn flwyddyn ar ol blwyddyn oedd ffeindio copi o'r Buffalo Bill Annual yn y sach wrth droed y gwely, a hwnnw'n llawn o luniau lliwgar rhyfeddol o gymeriadau y Gorllewin Gwyllt.
Caption: THE BUFFALO BILL CODY STAMPEDE RODEO IN WYOMING
The release from Buffalo Bill Dam to the Shoshone River is currently 3,500 cubic feet per second (cfs), which is down from the 2017 peak release of approximately 5,500 cfs.
Four years later, Buffalo Bill returned to perform 14 shows in two weeks in Newsham Park.
On June 17, 1903, the Buffalo Bill Express - comprising Indian prisoners captured at the Wounded Knee massacre, bearded ladies, midgets and "human ostriches" - pulled into Dudley Station.
Sometimes Buffalo Bill and his marketing team organized these meetings, at other times they were the result of the request of those political figures who had seen (or wished to see) the show.
Six nights a week for fifteen weeks, Buffalo Bill played to crowds of up to 7,000 and introduced all the standard conventions of the emerging Western frontier.
Buffalo Bill on the Silver Screen: The Films of William F.