Buffalo Bill, King of the Old West: Biography of William F. Cody, Pony Express Rider, Buffalo Hunter, Plains Scout & Guide, Master Showman
Library Publishers, 1955 - American bison hunting - 320 pages
Buffalo Bill: King of the old west is the carefully documented, dramatically readable, authorized and definitive biography of William F. Cody. Over more than a seventy-year period beginning just before the California gold rush of 1848 and extending to the eve of America's entry into the first world war ...
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