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  • Heritage Costumes

    Sitting Bull and "Buffalo" Bill Cody. #history #oldwest #wildwest #cowboy

  • Alex Aguilar

    Sitting Bull and Buffalo Bill, 1885 | native american indian | feather headdress | shotgun | historical | northern plains | history | culture | 1800s

  • Candy Bradley

    *SITTING BULL & BUFFALO BILL CODY ~ in the "Wild West Show", this was part of Sitting Bull's imprisonment.

  • raffaela took

    Sitting Bull and Buffalo Bill, 1885 #history #americanhistory #wildwest #nativeamericans

  • C.B. Canga

    Buffalo Bill often featured prominent Native Americans  in his Wild West Show, one of which was Sitting Bull. Photo 1885 by David Francis Barry

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Sitting Bull (Lakota: Tȟatȟáŋka Íyotake in Standard Lakota Orthography, also nicknamed Slon-he or "Slow"; c. 1831 – December 15, 1890) was a Hunkpapa Lakota holy man who led his people as a tribal chief during years of resistance to United States government policies. -Wiki

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The rough-riding talents of Lulu Parr were not first seen at Buffalo Bill’s Wild West. Her skill with the gun caught the attention of Pawnee Bill, who signed her to his show in 1903. She left that show but came back in 1911. By that time, Pawnee Bill had joined Buffalo Bill’s show. Buffalo Bill was so in awe of Lulu’s willingness to ride unbroken ponies that he presented her with an ivory-handled Colt single-action revolver, engraved with “Buffalo Bill Cody to Lulu Parr—1911.”

Buffalo Bill Cody was papaw's all time favorite hero of the west & his role model when he was a boy. He got to meet him at the 101 Ranch, Ok.

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Whilst touring with the Buffalo Bill Wild West Show, Sitting Bull said to Annie Oakley, "I can't understand why the white man is so unmindful of their own poor. The white man knows how to make everything, but he does not know how to distribute it!" Sitting Bull gave most of his earnings to a band of ragged, hungry boys who surrounded him wherever he went.