Title: Untitled [Mr. Crager, the interpreter]

Periodical: Express

Date: September 24, 1891

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Mr. Crager, the interpreter who forms a link between the white and red races at the Wild West Show, is an old newspaper reporter. He used to be on the New York World, and is regarded with affection by the Indians.


One of the young braves at Buffalo Bill's show is a great favourite with young ladies, and at every town he has visited he has been inundated with love letters. He is pleasant and good-looking, and was for a time at Carlisle Indian College, America.


Mr. F. Crager, the Indian interpreter of the Wild West Show, declared yesterday that Cardiff was more like an American town than any place hitherto visited this side of the Atlantic—both in the character of the inhabitants and in the arrangement of the town.

Title: Untitled [Mr. Crager, the interpreter]

Periodical: Express

Source: McCracken Research Library, Buffalo Bill Center of the West , MS6.3772.025.02 (Crager Scrapbook)

Date: September 24, 1891

Topic: European Tours

Keywords: American Indians American newspapers Translators United States Indian School (Carlisle, Pa.)

Place: Cardiff (Wales)

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