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Buffalo Bill's Wild West

"... Bill's Wild West lithograph poster, Deadwood Stage Coach..."

"... Cheyenne and Deadwood Stagecoach Buffalo Bill's..."

"...Cheyenne and Deadwood Stagecoach..."

June 4, 1892 Texts Newspapers

Untitled [Mrs. Langtry was a passenger by the Deadwood Coach]

"...Untitled [Mrs. Langtry was a passenger by the Deadwood Coach]..."

"... MRS. LANGTRY was a passenger by the Deadwood Coach across the Wild West of America last week..."

".... The coach was savagely attacked by Indians, who were, however, repulsed and driven off by Buffalo Bill..."

"..." in the evening. She was looking very handsome when in the celebrated coach, and wore a very charming dress..."

July 16, 1892 Texts Newspapers

Untitled [When Mrs. Langtry was recently a passenger by the Deadwood coach]

"...Untitled [When Mrs. Langtry was recently a passenger by the Deadwood coach]..."

"... When Mrs. Langtry was recently a passenger by the Deadwood coach across the Wild West of America..."

"... the coach was attacked by Indians, who were, however, repulsed and driven off by Buffalo Bill..."

"..." in the evening. She was looking very handsome when in the celebrated coach, and wore a very charming dress..."

1888 ca. Images Cabinet Cards

Mule drawn Deadwood stagecoach

".... Printed caption: "Copyright Woodburytype. The Famous Deadwood Coach, Buffalo Bill's Wild West..."

"...Mule drawn Deadwood stagecoach..."

"... ca. A photograph of the Deadwood Stagecoach pulled..."

"... Mule drawn Deadwood stagecoach cartes de visite..."

June 22, 1899 Texts Newspapers

Wild West Amuses Newport

"... WILD WEST AMUSES NEWPORT Deadwood Coach Carries Well-Known Passengers During Attack. NEWPORT, R. I..."

".... The feature of the performance was the attack on the Deadwood coach by the Indians, during which..."

"... the spectators were interested in learning the identity of the coach passengers, and found them to be Mr. O. H. P..."

"... to the presence of Buffalo Bill's friends in the coach. When the crowd discovered the identity of the passengers..."

circa 1893 Images Posters

On the Stage Coach

"...On the Stage Coach..."

"... Bill to the rescue, 4-color lithograph. The Deadwood stage became the most recognizable object..."

"... Stagecoaches On the Stage Coach..."

June 23, 1885 Texts Newspapers

Plenty of "Wild West" enthusiasm

"... PLENTY OF "WILD WEST" ENTHUSIASM. A Group of Howling Savages Pursue a Defenseless Stage Coach..."

"... The old Deadwood stage, drawn by six spirited mules, drew up in front of the grand stand at Athletic Park..."

"... lying in ambush, and pursued the coach. Higby lashed his mules into a furious gallop and rushed madly..."

"... over the cinder track, the coach jumping and swaying from side to side. Nearer and nearer came..."

1887-05-07 Images Illustrations

Buffalo Bill's Wild West show at the American Exhibition, Earl's Court from The Graphic (British newspaper, 1869-1932) No 910. Vol. XXXV

"... "Buffalo Bill" Art CriticsThe Deadwood Mail Coach -One of Nature's Nobles Buck Taylor (King of the Cowboys..."

"... of the Deadwood Coach —"This is his scalplock. "Buffalo Bill's Old Charlie 20 years old We sketch each other.The..."

1892 Memorabilia Programs

Buffalo Bill's Wild West Brief Program, England

"..., and the use of the Native Weapon, called the Bolas. 14.—CAPTURE OF THE DEADWOOD MAIL COACH BY THE INDIANS..."

"... DEADWOOD COACH, called the Mail Coach, which is famous on account of having carried the great number..."

"... of people who lost their lives on the road between DEADWOOD and Cheyenne 18 Years ago. Now the most Famed..."

June 7, 1892 Texts Newspapers

International Horticultural and "Wild West" Exhibitions

"... of the volunteers in the famous Deadwood Coach Drive was Mrs. Langtry. That lady also gave a prize to the winner..."

[June 1892] Texts Newspapers

The Wild West at Earl's Court

"... love it. I get quite childishly excited over the attack on the Deadwood coach, and the marvellous..."

May 14, 1892 Texts Newspapers

The "Wild West" at Earl's Court

"... of their triumphs in the Jubilee year. Buffalo Bill, Miss Annie Oakley and the Deadwood coach are some of the best..."

March 1, 1890 Texts Newspapers

Untitled [Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show]

"... and Spanish ambassadors. The scene of the attack on the famous "Deadwood coach" caused great excitement..."

"..., as in the coach were Prince Orsini, Mr. Grant and Count Bruschi. At the end of the performance, hearty cheers were..."

May 20, 1892 Texts Newspapers

Untitled [An interesting personality ... John Nelson]

"... carelessly sits on the top of the Deadwood coach and fires on the attack of Indians. This quiet-looking old..."

"... An interesting personality in Buffalo Bill's Wild West coach, says Woman, is John Nelson who..."

March 20, 1890 Texts Newspapers

Our Own Cowboys in Europe

"... in which the old Deadwood coach is held up and robbed. So the United States got the credit of the robbery..."

"... in Europe have hitherto failed to produce. It seems there is still a mail coach in an antiquated part..."

March 17, 1890 Texts Newspapers

Untitled [Buffalo Bill, humourist, showman]

"... in the celebrated Deadwood Coach. After the distinguished travellers had escaped the perils of the prairie..."

"..., and periwigs—almost a fine art; but, as with stage-coaches and pattens, it is thought less of now than..."

May 15, 1887 Texts Newspapers

Untitled [After some very clever shooting by Miss Annie Oakley]

"... girls, led up to the attack on the Deadwood stage coach by Indians, and their repulse by cowboys..."

"... on an emigrant train. The Deadwood coach, with its solid india-rubber springs and ancient woodwork, was drawn..."

"... war-whoop bear down upon it. The passengers in the coach respond vigorously with their revolvers..."

October 12, 1891 Texts Newspapers

"Buffalo Bill" At Brighton

"... "Deadwood Coach" drawn by four mules, also formed an important feature of the procession. The Cowboys' band..."

"... well worth witnessing. The Deadwood coach episode was, perhaps, the most exciting. THE DEADWOOD COACH..."

".... In this adventure the identical Deadwood coach, called the mail coach, famous on account of having carried the great..."

"...Deadwood (S.D.)..."

May 12, 1887 Texts Newspapers

The Queen in London

"... daughter and youngest child of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Note 2: Deadwood Coach. Note 3: Dean..."

"... of their peculiar performances, finishing with the spectacle of the attack on the Denver coach.2 The Queen drove..."

June 4, 1888 Texts Newspapers

Buffalo Bill and the Princess of Wales

"..., and the Duke Michael of Russia2, in the Deadwood coach—nine people in all. I never felt so nervous in all my..."

"... life. If that coach had tipped over I don't suppose I would have ever come out of the grounds alive..."

May 28, 1892 Texts Newspapers

Woman's Mirror

"..., of Deadwood coaches, with the poorest toilette accommodation, also the constant fear of being waylaid..."

"... stretches of dreariness, and are taking to the road instead. The old coaching times may have passed away..."

June 4, 1892 Texts Newspapers

Untitled [The International Horticultural Exhibition]

"..., it was interesting to see Mrs. Langtry volunteer and go as a passenger in the Deadwood Coach to be attacked..."

May 1887 Texts Newspapers

Untitled [Yesterday morning the Prince of Wales visited]

"... of Sweden and Norway entered the Deadwood coach. ..."

October 2, 1892 Texts Newspapers

Untitled [Major Burke, of Buffalo Bill's Wild West, writes to say]

"..., polo ponies, Russian cobs, and the four-in-hand Kentucky mule team that has so long drawn the Deadwood..."

"... coach through fiery whirl-blasts of the deadly blank cartridge. In grateful memory of the help afforded..."

September 30, 1892 Texts Newspapers

Untitled [The announcement that the "Wild West" Show at Earl's Court will close shortly]

"...-jumpers") shall commence on the following day. The Deadwood Coach will not be offered for sale, neither..."

October 1, 1892 Texts Newspapers

Untitled [The announcement that the "Wild West" Show at Earl's Court will close shortly]

"...-jumpers"), shall commence on the following day. The Deadwood Coach will not be offered for sale, neither..."

October 24, 1891 Texts Newspapers

Untitled [The programme which was rendered famous]

"... the admiring crowd. Prominent features were the incident of the capture of the historical Deadwood Coach..."

June 7, 1892 Texts Newspapers

International Horticultural Exhibition

"... to ride in the Deadwood coach when it was attacked by the Indians was Mrs. Langtry, who also gave a prize..."

October 8, 1892 Texts Newspapers

Untitled [Now then, ladies and gentlemen]

".... You may like to purchase an Indian or so, perchance a cowboy or a Deadwood coach for driving..."

June 18, 1892 Texts Newspapers

Horticultural Exhibition

"... Langtry was seen driving in the famous Deadwood Coach, which is attacked by Indians, and rescued..."

March 1890 Texts Newspapers

Untitled [Colonel Cody's exploits in the Old World]

".... It must be admitted, however, that Americans in Europe grow as enthusiastic over the Deadwood coach et al..."

July 1, 1892 Texts Newspapers

Untitled [Colonel Cody, or Buffalo Bill as he chooses to be called]

"... discomfiture and destruction by Buffalo Bill and his brave boys. The Indians attack also on the Deadwood coach..."

"... and with darkened skins, on the Deadwood coach! I am quite prepared to assist any schoolroom or nursery full..."

"... coach itself, which has weathered many a volley from cruel and savage foes, still exists..."

July 16, 1892 Texts Newspapers

Untitled [Col. Cody, or Buffalo Bill as he chooses to be called]

"... discomfiture and destruction by Buffalo Bill and his brave boys. The Indians' attack also on the Deadwood coach..."

"... and with darkened skins, on the Deadwood coach? I am quite prepared to assist any schoolroom or nursery full..."

"... coach itself, which has weathered many a volley from cruel and savage foes, still exists..."

September 29, 1891 Texts Newspapers

Buffalo Bill in Bristol

"... thrilling as well as amusing scene. Another feature of the performance was the capture of the Deadwood mail..."

"... coach by Indians, and its rescue by the cowboys under Buffalo Bill. The battered equipage used..."

"... in the show is the identical coach that is famed in America for having carried a great number of people who..."

"... lost their lives on the road between Deadwood and Cheyenne 18 years ago, and is looked upon..."

December 28, 1887 Texts Newspapers

Buffalo Bill's Little Joke

"... just as the old coach drove up preparatory to being pursued by a mob of whooping savages—at $20 a month..."

"... blank cartridges at the pursuing redskins. We got in and the old coach rattled up in front of the grand..."

"... in the coach that day, and he came down to get in, but as he put his foot on the steps, he saw us inside..."

"... in the grand stand and we remained in the old Deadwood stage. "When everything was ready they gave us a couple..."

January 7, 1888 Texts Newspapers

Too Realistic

"... ourselves into a conspicuous position on the very edge of the track just as the old coach drove up..."

"... redskins. We got in and the old coach rattled up in front of the grand stand, where, in the front row, sat..."

".... "It seems it had been arranged for 'is royal 'ighness to ride in the coach that day, and he came down to get..."

"... Deadwood stage. "When everything was ready they gave us a couple of dozen of revolvers loaded with blank..."

June 7, 1892 Texts Newspapers

Horticultural Exhibition

"... it seemed possible. The old Deadwood Coach, fortunately for its many admirers, did not collapse, dilapidated..."

"... though it looked. Poor coach; so venerable, greasy, and cumbersome! Its seams are wider than ever, half..."

"... the back has gone, all the paint—yet its glory is at its zenith. A ride in the coach—and the privilege..."

"... discomforts of a suburban railway carriage. The program says the coach is famous for the number of people who..."

Life Encyclopedia

William F. Cody Encyclopedia

"... of the expansion by Bush Terminal during World War I and through World War II. The Deadwood Coach The Cheyenne..."

"... and gold between Cheyenne and Deadwood. The Deadwood Coach became famous in western lore due to frequent..."

"... with the Deadwood Stagecoach and acquired one of the coaches for Buffalo Bill's Wild West from Luke Vorhees, manager..."

"... of the company. The Attack on the Deadwood Coach was a popular scene in Buffalo Bill's Wild West that included..."

May 14, 1887 Texts Newspapers

The Queen and the American Exhibition

"... daugher and youngest child of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Note 2: Deadwood Coach. Note 3: Miss..."

"... on the Denver coach.2 Miss Annie Oakley and Miss Lilian Smith were sent for by Her Majesty, who spoke a few..."

May 29, 1891 Texts Newspapers

Untitled [I am glad to note that the Bernarts Theatre]

"... was the same, the Deadwood coach, pretty Miss Annie Oakley, "der kleine Johnny Baker," and all the rest..."

".... the old Deadwood coach will be careering madly round the once tranquil plains of Tenbosch at Brussels..."

March 27, 1890 Texts Newspapers

Buffalo Bill in Italy

".... The arena was a perfect quagmire, and so full of holes and ditches that the Deadwood coach looked..."

"... on the immigrants and Deadwood coach, and the Indian dances, were greatly liked, The whole spectacle was given so..."

May 29th, 1891 Texts Newspapers

Untitled [All counter attractions are totally eclipsed by the presence of Colonel W. F. Cody]

"... and some of the stalwart cowboys we saw at South Kensington, but the show was the same, the Deadwood coach..."

"... of the weather, and on Thursday afternoon, the 28th inst. the old Deadwood coach will be careering madly round..."

June 11, 1894 Texts Newspapers

Cowboys and Mexicans Danced

"... on the Deadwood coach and assists in a Sioux war dance, he is possessed of what he calls "a great heart," which..."

May 28, 1887 Texts Newspapers

Buffalo Bill Booming

"... The Deadwood Coach—the successful new piece at the Royal Arena Theatre—before very long, you see if she won't..."

June 24, 1892 Texts Newspapers

Gauchos at Buffalo Bill's

"... on emigrants, the capture of the Deadwood mail coach, and the attack on the settler's cabin. Taking it all..."

May 22, 1888 Texts Newspapers

Buffalo Bill Comes Ashore

"... grounds at Erastina was begun. The procession was headed by the Deadwood coach, drawn by six mules. Next..."

July 28, 1892 Texts Newspapers

The Wild West Show

"... express of the pre-railway and pre-telegraph days, and the capture of the Deadwood coach by the Indians..."

June 18, 1887 Texts Newspapers

Royal Visit to the American Exhibition

"... score. The Old Deadwood Stage Coach was next brought out, and, Colonel Cody himself driving, the Royal..."

"..., the subsequent attack on the coach being made, not by the Indians, but by the more trustworthy cowboys, who gave..."

"... the visitors an idea of an attack on the coach by road agents or highwaymen. At the conclusion of this episode..."

July 14, 1887 Texts Newspapers

Royal Visit to the American Exhibition

"... Oakley's guns, making a capital score. The old Deadwood stage coach was next brought out, and Colonel Cody..."

"... accident being taken, the subsequent attack on the coach being made, not by the Indians, but by the more..."

"... trustworthy cowboys, who gave the visitors an idea of an attack on the coach by road agents or highwaymen..."

June 27, 1887 Texts Newspapers

Buffalo Bill's Big Visitors

"... on the Deadwood Coach and on the Switchback Railroad—On Visiting the American Bar They Try Every Variety..."

"... lightly under her chin. When the Deadwood coach was brought out it was the question of whether she would..."

"..., and said she was going to try the coach again. She climbed up on the back seat of the coach without any..."

"..., to climb on to the crazy coach by her side. Then the grave and severe king of Saxony was invited to risk..."