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70088: Bull's-Eye: A Photobiography of Annie Oakley Bull's-Eye: A Photobiography of Annie Oakley
By Random House, Inc

Sharpshooter Annie Oakley, a beloved icon of American history, comes to life for a new generation. Born in the backwoods of Ohio, this remarkable woman overcame poverty and abuse to achieve worldwide fame as a daring performer and markswoman. Traveling with Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West show, Annie delighted audiences throughout the U.S. and Europe with her target shooting, trick shots, and horseback riding stunts. Combining lively text, historical photos, and original quotes from Annie herself, Sue Macy reveals the gripping true story behind this legendary heroine. Ages 9-12.

26609: Who Was Annie Oakley? Who Was Annie Oakley?
By Stephanie Spinner / Penguin Putnam Inc.

Annie Oakley was a sharpshooting, horseback-riding symbol of the Wild West. She was an elegant little lady who was courted by European aristocracy and admired by queens. Annie was a determined and brilliant performer who dazzled audiences the world over. Find out more about the real Annie Oakley in this fun and exciting illustrated biography.




Slideshow pictures courtesy of Wikimedia Commons, (search for Annie Oakley )



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Statue of Annie
Gravesites
Little Golden Book page
Little Golden Book Cover
Annie and Buffalo Bill
Annie Oakley poster
Annie Oakley game
Picture of Annie Oakley
Annie and her husband Frank
Buffalo Bill Cody
Annie wearing her medals
Annie Oakley portrait
The home where Annie Oakley died
Annie Oakley's saddle