Wild Bill Hickok & Annie Oakley
James Butler Hickok (May 27, 1837 – August 2, 1876), better known as Wild Bill Hickok, was a folk hero of the American Old West. Annie Oakley (August 13, 1860 – November 3, 1926), born Phoebe Ann Moses, was an American sharpshooter and exhibition shooter. /5
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I've got my very own Annie Oakley and Wild Bill Hickok in my house.
Ralph Archer, not really a friend, more like a nemesis. The pencil dot by my nose was done by him. He had his hand on the door of Mr. Sauve’s social studies classroom with a sharpened pencil sticking out and not knowing it I walk into it. Boy that smart! We used to stop off at Ricky Aldrich’s place after school to watch on TV the Little Rascals and Our Gang short films. In earlier times we ran home to watch Pinky Lee, Foggy and Andy Devine, Howdy Doody, and later Captain Cy and the Popeye cartoons. We never missed the Lone Ranger, Wild Bill Hickok, Sky King, Fury, Zorro, Annie Oakley, Lassie, the Cisco Kid, or Roy Rogers and Gene Autry. Wesley Hensley lived on Chelan and we walked together to school. His father was a fireman and later became Fire Chief of Wenatchee. Wes Hensley is a lawyer now. Pat Humphries also lived on Chelan and walked to school with us, his family owned the Humphries Apartments on Chelan Street. He was a big and good-natured kid. Phillip Woosters family lived on Mission S ...
Among stars in old television westerns: Hopalong Cassidy, Gene Autry, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, Clayton Moore as The Lone Ranger, Gail Davis as Annie Oakley, Duncan Renaldo as The Cisco Kid, James Madison as Wild Bill Hickok, Fess Parker as Davy Crockett and later Daniel Boone, Hugh O'Brian as Wyatt Earp, Clint Walker as Cheyenne Bodie; James Arness, Dennis Weaver, Milburn Stone and Amanda Blake in Gunsmoke; Will Hutchins in Sugarfoot, Ward Bond and Robert Horton in Wagon Train, Steve Mcqueen in Wanted Dead or Alive, Chuck Connors as The Rifleman, Gene Barry as Bat Masterson, James Garner as Maverick, Clint Eastwood in Rawhide; Lorne Greene, Michael Landon, Pernell Roberts and Dan Blocker in Bonanza; Henry Fonda in The Deputy, Nick Adams as The Rebel, Jack Lord as Stoney Burke and James Drury as The Virginian.
Broke down and finally popped some pills for my head cold. Now I'm sitting in a saloon playing poker with Wild Bill Hickok and getting a personal back massage from Annie Oakley.
Sunday Mornings were dedicated to Religion, Christianity to be exact and throughout the day. Disneyland at Noon 12:30 Wild Bill Hickok,Hayride, FAith for Today, Sgt. Preston of the Yokon,Debates, BAseball, 1PM Oral Roberts, Annie Oakley, Little White Church,2 movies,Christain Science Heals, 2pm Life of Riely , Christophers-religion, Human Body-health, 2:30 PM Bob Commings, This is your life, Industry on Parade, 3pm Gene Autry, Movie, Theater 34 Drama, Youth Wants to know panel discusion, Frontiers of FAith, Trouble with FAther, Mr Wizard, Victory at Sea,4:30pm American Forum, Bandwagon, Millioneaire CArtoon Capers, Stu Erwin-comedy, Oral Roberts,Going Places5:30pm Texas Rangers-Capt Gallant, The Cisco Kid was on at 6pm I could go on But I am trying to make a point, we never saw blood gushing out of anyone, we didn't here vulgar language, we didn't hear our president act like a spoiled BRAT there was a MAN at the HElm of this Country, good things on TV, not doom and gloom every 15 minutes, we didn't ...
Gun Control Timeline Background The history of regulating private ownership of firearms in the United States hearkens back to colonial days. Examples include the Massachusetts colony's forbiddance in 1692 of firearms in public places and Maryland's early laws that prevented slaves, freed Negroes and Roman Catholics from owning guns. 1791 The Bill of Rights of the U.S. Constitution is ratified. The Second Amendment states: "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." 1800s Annie Oakley Annie Oakley 1899: American rodeo star and sharpshooter Phoebe Mozee (1860-1926), better known as Annie Oakley. (Photo by MPI/Getty Images) America becomes fascinated by sharpshooters and gunfighters, including Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane, and Annie Oakley of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. 1813 Kentucky makes it a statutory offense to carry a concealed weapon. The Kentucky Supreme Court repeals the law in 1822, but in 1 ...
If you could be any old time TV cowboy, who would you be? Hopalong Cassidy? Wild Bill Hickok? Zorro? Roy Rogers? Gene Autry? Bat Masterson? Wyatt Earp? Cisco Kid? Or? And for the ladies--Dale Evans? Annie Oakley? Or?
I almost reached my goal for today, I created a Wild Bill Hickok, Annie Oakley, and Willie Nelson too...think I...
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