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Odd people I have met

Author: Lew Parker
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], [191-?]
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Genre/Form: Biography
Anecdotes
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Parker, Lew.
Odd people I have met.
[S.l. : s.n., 191-?]
(OCoLC)869575486
Named Person: Lew Parker; John M Burke; Nathan Salsbury
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lew Parker
OCLC Number: 12976401
Notes: Cover title.
Description: 120 pages, [2] leaves of plates : portraits ; 21 cm
Contents: A voyage to Europe --
The Prairie Waif --
Hands up! (Dave Cook) --
Eugene Field --
Steele Mackaye --
Wild West reminiscences in Europe --
A matter of history [William Tecumseh Sherman liked Buffalo Bill's Wild West] --
Nothing new in the world [Indians bathing in London] --
Lord Ogilvie --
Tony Benton [Cheyenne] --
The over-intelligence of the newspaper man abroad [Is Buffalo Bill a white man?] --
Pacific Coast reminiscences [Ben Holladay] --
Jubilee Year in London [Nate Salsbury] --
The Prince of Wales and poker [royalty riding in stagecoach in Wild West Show] --
Partington vs. Malaprop [woman employed by the Wild West Show] --
A happening in Lyons, France --
Col. [Colonel] Cody as a linguist --
Glasgow, Scotland --
A peculiar happening [sign language in Scotland : Broncho Bill, Indian interpreter] --
Major John M. Burke --
The Major as a linguist --
Breaking the bank at Monte Carlo --
Age of wireless telegraphy foreseen by Major Burke --
Another story of Major John M. Burke --
Ned Thorne / Nate Salsbury --
Calamity Jane --
List of visitors [including royalty and peerage] to Buffalo Bill's Wild West, May--October, London, 1887 --
Nellie Revell --
My circus days [William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody, Earl of Dunraven, California Joe {Moses Milner}] --
Wild Bill (W.B. Hickok) in a comedy gun play --
Salt Lake City and a little business deal with the famous president of the Mormon Church.
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