Title: Buffalo Bill's Street Parade | Will Take Place To-morrow Morning

Periodical: New York Times

Date: March 27, 1899

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BUFFALO BILL'S STREET PARADE.

Will Take Place To-morrow Morning—The Line of March.

The street cavalcade which presages the initial performance of Buffalo Bill's Wild West and Congress of Rough Riders at Madison Square Garden Wednesday evening will take place to-morrow morning. Col. Cody promises a more brilliant display than his exhibition has afforded in years past, for he has brought together much that is absolutely new. For the first time will be seen representative horsemen from America's new possessions—Hawaii and the Philippines—together with a detachment of genuine ex-members of Roosevelt's famous command.

Indians to the number of a hundred or more, cowboys, Mexicans, Arabs, English, German, Cuban, and American cavalry and United States artillery will be seen in the line headed by Buffalo Bill himself. The cavalcade will leave the Garden at 10 o'clock, march to Madison Avenue, to Twenty-fourth Street, to Lexington Avenue, to Fifty-eighth Street, to Fifth Avenue, to Forty-ninth Street, to Sixth Avenue, to Forty-fourth Street, to Fifth Avenue, to Waverley Place, to Broadway, to Astor Place, to Fourth Avenue, to Madison Square Garden.

Title: Buffalo Bill's Street Parade | Will Take Place To-morrow Morning

Periodical: New York Times

Date: March 27, 1899

Keywords: Arabs Cowboys Cubans English Germans Historical reenactments Horsemen and horsewomen Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.) Mexicans Parades Traveling exhibitions United States. Army. Cavalry United States. Army. Field Artillery United States. Army. Volunteer Cavalry, 1st

People: Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919

Places: Hawaii Philippines

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