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This is the autobiography of Buffalo Bill, the nickname for American soldier, bison hunter, and showman, William Frederick Cody. Born in the mid-nineteenth century in Iowa, Buffalo Bill became one of the most famous and well-known figures of the American Old West. He received his nickname after the American Civil War when he had a contract to supply Kansas Pacific Railroad workers with buffalo meat. Cody killed 4,282 buffalo in eighteen months in 1867 and 1868. As a frontier scout, Cody respected Native Americans and supported their civil rights, as well as supporting the rights of women, giving people like Annie Oakley and Calamity Jane roles in his traveling vaudeville Wild West shows. He was also known as a conservationist who advocated the establishment of a hunting season.
This book has 81,903 words, 134 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published in 1920.
Production notes: This ebook of An Autobiography of Buffalo Bill was published by Global Grey in 2019, and updated on the 17th June 2023. The artwork used for the cover is 'The Lookout' by Frederic Remington.
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