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The lost diary of Annie Oakley's wild west stagehand - Clive Dickinson

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Title
The lost diary of Annie Oakley's wild west stagehand
Author
Clive Dickinson
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
HarperCollins Children's Books
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20010102

The twelfth Lost Diary about this famous entertainer. Set from 1885 the year in which Annie joined Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show to 1893 when Annie reached the high point of her career at the Chicago World's Fair.

Annie Oakley's rags-to-riches story is engaging and exciting. She began shooting to provide for the family pot and was soon selling her surplus game to hotels in Cincinnati. Within two years she had made enough money to repay the family mortage! Her name is closely linked with other celebrities of the Old West most notably Buffalo Bill and the great leader of the Sioux nation, Chief Sitting Bull who adopted her as his daughter into the Sioux nation and gave her the nickname Little Sureshot. She was the star attraction in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Circus in 1885. A role-model for young women in the American West she was also widely admired by boys and young men for her shooting skills.

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Clive Dickinson has worked widely in both fiction and non-fiction children's publishing for twenty years. His novels for Collins include the much loved 'Knickers, My Secret Notebook Aged 7/8/9' and 'The Lost Diary of Tutankhamen's Mummy,' from the 'faction' series.

Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Shooters of firearms - West (U.S.) - Juvenile humor.|Women entertainers - West (U.S.) - Juvenile humor.|Wild west shows - Juvenile humor.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
111

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