By Glenda Riley
With a widowed mom and 6 siblings, Annie Oakley first turned a trapper, hunter, and sharpshooter just to placed nutrition at the desk. but her genius with the gun finally ended in her stardom in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West express through the latter half the 19th century. The archetypal western lady, Annie Oakley instructed girls to soak up capturing to obtain nutrients, shield themselves, and revel in fit workout, but she was once additionally the correct Victorian girl, demurely dressed and skeptical in regards to the price of women’s suffrage. Glenda Riley provides the 1st interpretive biography of the advanced lady who used to be Annie Oakley.
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