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The Life of Hon. William F. Cody Known as Buffalo Bill: The Famous Hunter, Scout, and Guide - An Autobiography, Foreword by Don Russell - 365 Pages. This Bison Books edition is the first complete reprinting of the original autobiography since it was published in 1879. It covers the years from Cody’s birth in 1846 until his thirty-fourth year. These were the years during which he grew up on the plains, worked for Russell, Majors & Waddell, rode the Pony Express, went on fourteen expeditions against the Indians, and participated in fifteen Indian fights. They were also the years that underpinned the legend of Buffalo Bill and earned him the status of an authentic American Hero. By and large his original autobiography stands as our best record of what William F. Cody thought of himself. ISBN 0-8032-6303-1.
Buffalo Bill And His Wild West
Buffalo Bill And His Wild West: A Pictorial Biography by Joseph G. Rosa and Robin May - 243 Pages. This lively biography of William Frederick Cody (1846-1917) documents fully the events of his extraordinary career. More than 150 fully captioned historic photographs depict Buffalo Bill from his childhood days to his reign as a superlative actor and producer whose Wild West remains unique in the annuals of show business. Here are the color and spectacle of a bygone era and proof that the real and heroic figure rivals the invented and legendary Buffalo Bill. ISBN 0-7006-0399-9
Buffalo Bill: Frontier Daredevil
Buffalo Bill: Frontier Daredevil by Augusta Stevenson - 192 Pages. One in a series of many entitled, Books about the Childhood of Famous Americans. This book is a lively, inspiring, fictionalized biography about Buffalo Bill, easily read by children eight and up. The history of Buffalo Bill is fleshed out with fictionalized details, and with conversations that have been added to make the stories come alive for today’s young reader, but every reasonable effort has been made to make the stories consistent with the events, ethics, and character of Buffalo Bill. Youngsters will be swept right into history. ISBN 0-689-71479-3.
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The Lives And Legends Of Buffalo Bill
The Lives And Legends Of Buffalo Bill by Don Russell - 514 Pages. Considered the best of the Buffalo Bill biographies. The whole career of this plainsman is presented in this book. It is the only biography, in fact, that contains any major assault on the army records dealing with Cody’s scouting career. It also relates with skill and insight the truths behind the legends exploited in contemporary dime novels, the stage, and the Wild West show. Considered the authority on Buffalo Bill, Don Russell disentangles fact from fiction and makes a critical evaluation of the legends and their influence on present-day reading and entertainment. ISBN 0-8061-1537-8.
Buffalo Bill’s True Tales by William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody - 24 Pages. Here in this short booklet Buffalo Bill tells his tales of battling Indians, of carrying mail on the Pony Express, and of hunting buffalo for the Transcontinental Railroad. Compiled from several sources, its a great book for getting a flavor of the American West. ISBN 0-89646-022-3.
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