Read by: John Hill -- Time: 9 hours 02 minutes
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The incredible life story of the world famous great plains frontiersman, William "Buffalo Bill" Cody.
[Adult (non-fiction) - autobiography] Originally published 1920.
Edited by: Marco Fleener
Scout, buffalo hunter, pony express rider, bullwhacker, stagecoach driver, and showman. These are just a few of the titles held by this amazing man, who faced death countless times, while guiding the transition between the old and new American West.
Medal of Honor winner William Frederick Cody was born February 26th, 1846, and died January 10th, 1917. His career was started as a young boy, after witnessing the murder of his Quaker father. He briefly held numerous jobs, including trapper, miner, and hotelier, but settled on a career as a Scout for the U.S. Army. He received his famous nickname "Buffalo Bill" after winning a bison shooting contest against the buffalo hunter William Comstock. At the end of his life, he operated the world famous "Buffalo Bill's Wild West and Congress of Rough Riders of the World", which featured such notable names as Sitting Bull and Annie Oakley.
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Audiobook is in immediately downloadable MP3 format.
Size = 743Mb. A broadband connection is recommended.
Audience = Adult 16+
Non-Fiction Subject = Autobiography
BIC = BGA (Autobiography: general)
DDC = 920 (History, geography, and biography / Biography, genealogy, insignia)
BISAC = BIO023000 (BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Adventurers & Explorers)
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