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May 13, 1894 Texts Newspapers

"Lo" to be Civilized

June 25, 1892 Texts Newspapers

Death of a "Wild West" Indian Chief

June 11, 1894 Texts Newspapers

Cowboys and Mexicans Danced

February 16, 1888 Texts Newspapers

Buffalo Bill's Wild West

May 14, 1892 Texts Newspapers

"The Wild West"

September 11, 1891 Texts Newspapers

Among The Indians

May 26, 1894 Texts Newspapers

Painted Critics at the Play

July 9, 1892 Texts Newspapers

At the Wild West

May 21, 1891 Texts Newspapers

Buffalo Bills Wild West

January 9, 1891 Texts Newspapers

Among The Indians

June 16, 1892 Texts Newspapers

A Sioux Warrior in a London Hospital

July 21, 1891 Texts Newspapers

Untitled [The first representation took place]

May 10, 1894 Texts Newspapers

Expert Rough Riding

January 9, 1891 Texts Newspapers

The Indian War

June 15, 1892 Texts Newspapers

Death of a "Wild West" Indian Chief

February 12, 1888 Texts Newspapers

The Luck of Cody's Camp

June 1892 Texts Newspapers

The Wild West

July 21, 1890 Texts Newspapers

Hatchets For Buffalo Bill

June 14, 1892 Texts Newspapers

Burial of an Indian Chief in London

April 24, 1907 Texts Newspapers

Indian's Appeal

August 8, 1891 Texts Newspapers

Marriage of Indians at Old Trafford

June 18, 1892 Texts Newspapers

The West London Hospital

September 1, 1887 Texts Newspapers

Buffalo Bill's Bar

August 26, 1894 Texts Newspapers

Buffalo Bill's Steward

September 17, 1892 Texts Newspapers

Death of a "Wild West" Indian Chief

April 23, 1887 Texts Periodicals

Buffalo Bill and the Wild West

May 5, 1887 Texts Newspapers

The American Exhibition

November 21, 1890 Texts Newspapers

Rumors of a Battle

June 18, 1892 Texts Newspapers

Death of a "Wild West" Indian Chief

August 11, 1887 Texts Newspapers

Buffalo Bill's Barbecue

February 11, 1891 Texts Newspapers

Pleased with the Talk

January 19, 1891 Texts Newspapers

Indian Uprising

January 20, 1888 Texts Newspapers

No. 37.—Major John M. Burke. ("Arizona John.")

February 1888 Texts Newspapers

A Sioux Baby's Baptism

July 30, 1890 Texts Newspapers

Low Neck Gives a Better Report

June 16, 1892 Texts Newspapers

He Died at the West London Hospital

November 28, 1890 Texts Newspapers

No Battle Took Place

February 19, 1888 Texts Newspapers

Christening the Papoose

July 7, 1891 Texts Newspapers

Salus Populi Lex Suprema

September 26, 1891 Texts Newspapers

The "Wild West" Show At Cardiff

February 18, 1888 Texts Newspapers

The Wild West Show

July 30, 1892 Texts Newspapers

Prairie Scouts and Their Work

January 9, 1891 Texts Newspapers

Lieut. Casey Murdered

June 7, 1891 Texts Newspapers

Brussels Gossip

December 30, 1891 Texts Newspapers

The Wild West Show