Title: The "Wild West" End

Periodical: The Bailie

Date: March 2, 1892

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The "Wild West" End.

YOU bet we reckon Colonel Cody
By this time quite a Glasgow body,
His term of fourteen weeks, or so,
In Duke Street he with plucky "go"
Has undergone, and so is free
Straight westward to go to tea.

To keen-eyed shots—no joke if foes!—
Buck-jumpers working hard for "throws,"
Swart Indians, Cowboys, buffaloes,
And "Bill" brave captain of the crew
We raise our hat, and wave "Adieu."

Title: The "Wild West" End

Periodical: The Bailie

Date: March 2, 1892

Keywords: American bison American Indians Cowboys Dennistoun (Glasgow, Scotland) Farewells Indians of North America Poetry Traveling exhibitions

Place: Glasgow (Scotland)

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