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

Co•dy

(ˈkoʊ di)

n.
William Frederick ( “Buffalo Bill” ), 1846–1917, U.S. Army scout and showman.
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Q1 - James McAvoy How was Wild West showman William Cody better known?
An attractive, inviting biography of William Cody, Flemings book presents a balanced view of the inventor of the Wild West show.
I own many guns used by trick and exhibition shooters (Ad Topperwein, Ernie Lind, Herb Parsons, Ed McGivern) but none of Johnny's and a presentation buckle and pin that William Cody gave out in the 1890s.
Peter Kriendler, member of the board of trustees for the Buffalo Bill Historical Center and 21 Club operator, present a Winchester Model 94 Commemorative rifle to the grandson of William Cody, Fred H.
Lovell Walters - William Cody Lovell and Tyra Walters of Springfield, a son.
This referred to a group of 14 native Americans who were brought to this country by Pennsylvania lawyer turned adventurer George Catlin, long before Buffalo Bill (William Cody) toured the UK and visited Liverpool with his legendary Wild West Show.
Arrest: William Cody Johnson, 22, of 3 Briarcliff Lane, Holden, charged with a warrant.
"Bus drivers ignoring red lights doesn't help either." William Cody SPORT: Alan Shearer believes Newcastle United could be in deep trouble if they fail to replace Loic Remy next season.
We are avid supporters of our local community, and have sponsored various mid-century events with the Palm Springs Preservation Foundation, the Mod Com Committee as well as being an annual sponsor of Modernism Week, Palm Springs has one of the largest collections of mid-century architecture in the US which attracts home buyers from as far away as Australia.” The Paul Kaplan Group has represented properties by such noted architects as William Krisel of the Alexander Construction Company, Donald Wexler, Herbert Burns, John Porter Clark and William Cody, just to name a few.
His fascination for the west and Native American cultures led him to work with William Cody's Wild West Show, and he eventually settled in Oklahoma where he spent time sketching wildlife and other western subjects at Miller's 101 Ranch.