Title: Departure of Buffalo Bill's Indians

Periodical: Paisley Daily Express

Date: March 5, 1892

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DEPARTURE OF BUFFALO BILL'S INDIANS.

The departure yesterday afternoon from Mavisbank Quay, Glasgow, of a large number of Indians who took part in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show drew together a large concourse of spectators. The party sailed in the Allan and State Line steamer Corean, [1] bound for New York, and are proceeding to their homes in the Far West.

Note 1. The steamship Corean sailed from Glasgow, Scotland, on March 4, 1892, arriving in Brooklyn, New York, March 18, 1892. [back]

Title: Departure of Buffalo Bill's Indians

Periodical: Paisley Daily Express

Date: March 5, 1892

Keywords: American Indians Atlantic crossings Indian reservations Indians of North America Passenger ships

Places: Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) Glasgow (Scotland)

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