Buffalo Bill Cody: The Man behind the Legend

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INDEX
Abbott, Teddy Blue, 445–46
acting experience, 177–80, 182–86
Adams, Grizzly, 236
Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, 310, 314, 316, 318, 408
Alderdice, Mrs. Thomas, 130, 131, 132, 134
Alexis, Grand Duke, 159–68
Alger, Horatio, Jr., 268
Altgeld, John P., 255, 373, 376
Altman, Robert, 447
ambulances, 112, 162
American Publishing Company, 227, 228
Anderson, Gilbert M. “Broncho Billy, ” 433
Anderson, Mary, 309
Annie Get Your Gun (musical comedy), 272, 276, 454–55
“Annie Oakleys, ” 276
Arapaho, 75–76, 101–2, 106, 131
Arizona, 416, 419–20, 422
Armes, George Augustus, 87, 107, 109
Armstrong, Charles F., 365
Army of Utah, 28, 30
army regulations, 123–24
arrest, 123–24
Astor Place Riot, 139
Aubry, Francois Xavier, 49
Augur, C. C., 127, 130, 131, 137, 143, 151
Augur, C. C., daughters of, 155
autobiography of, xi, 13, 20, 202, 225, 227–28, 439, 452
Ayer, Edward E., 55
Bacon, Irving R., 454
Baden-Powell, Sir Robert, 399
Bailey, James A., 380–81, 388, 398, 409–10, 411, 415
Baker, Johnny, Jr., 8
Baker, Johnny (foster son)
Arizona mine and, 416, 422
Cody's death and, 5, 444
on Cody's marksmanship, 295
as The Cowboy Kid, 266, 277
High Jinks ranch house and, 449
life of, 246, 392, 434
Miller Brothers show and, 440–42
movie and, 433
museum and, 7
North and, 265
shooting skill of, 267, 294, 298
on Sitting Bull, 284, 346
Wild West show and, 245, 260, 296, 297, 299, 363, 383, 409, 415, 420
Bankhead, Henry C., 123, 124, 125–26, 301
Bare, Ira, 291, 293, 328, 407
Barnes, Dennis, 13–14
Barnum, P. T., 235–36, 254, 292, 380
Barnum and Bailey circus, 412–13
Bartholdi, Frederic Auguste, 320
Bates, Sergeant, 293
Battle of Summit Springs, 132–37, 412
Battle of the Rosebud, 198
Battle of the Washita, 117–18
Beadle and Company, 140
Beardsley, Marve, 322

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