Buffalo Bill from Prairie to Palace

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INDEX
Page numbers in italic indicate illustrations
Alabama, 186, 325n9
Alexis. See Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich Romanov of Russia
Alexis hunt, 160
American exhibition, 209, 212–16, 220, 222, 226–29, 234, 237–38, 328n2
Anderson, Mary Antoinette, 215, 329n11
Andersonville prison, 183
Annin, William Edwards, 189–90, 326n1
Arapahoe Indians, 85, 189, 230
“Arizona John.” See Burke, John M. “Arizona John”
Arkansas, 25, 165, 186, 325n31
Arkansas River, 25, 26, 310n45, 310n48, 315n9
Armes, Maj. George Augustus, 147, 321ch16n3
Army of the United States, 3, 86, 107
Asch, Surgeon-Gen. Morris Joseph, 159, 322ch18n2
Ash Hollow NE, 108, 317n10; battle of, 315n1
Auger, Gen. Christopher Colon, 18, 176, 305n19
Austria, 205, 238
Baker, Lewis H. “Johnnie” or “Johnny,” xiv
Baldwin, Col. Frank Dwight, 291, 341n1
Bankhead, Gen. Henry Cary, viii, 30, 94, 94, 311n50
Barcelona, Spain, 255
Barrett, Wilson, 221, 331n8
battle of Ash Hollow, 315n1
battle of Blue Water Creek, 106, 317n5
battle of the Rosebud, 189, 304n15, 311n50, 312n50, 322ch19n2
battle of Summit Springs, 22, 303n13, 321ch18n1, 322ch19n3
battle of War Bonnet Creek, 22, 309n39
Beale, Edward Fitzgerald “Ned,” 8, 166, 299n3
Beaufort Club (London), 221, 331n5
Bedouins, 41, 43, 44
Belgium, 205, 239, 283
Belmont, August, 160
Bennett, James Gordon, 18, 159, 160, 308nn30–31
Benton, Thomas Hart, 8, 299n2
Beresford, Lord Charles William de la Poer, 215, 222, 329n16
Berlin, Germany, 253, 265
Bertie, Lady Alice Josephine, 215, 330n22
“Big Baptiste.” See Pourier, Jean Baptiste “Big Bat”

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