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Bullís-Eye: A Photobiography of Annie Oakley
Sue Macy (au)
Annie Oakley was great at hitting targets. She could shoot out candle flames, knock corks from bottles, & shoot an apple off a dogís head. She could shoot from her behind her back using only a mirror to see. Annie grew up in the backwoods of Ohio, shooting game with her dead fatherís rifle in order to support her family. It was a big step from there to performing trick shots for royalty in the grand cities of Europe with Buffalo Billís Wild West show. Annie Oakley went on to become an American icon. Her myth has endured in the form of movies, books, TV shows, & plays. Here is the compelling story of Annie Oakley, both the fact & the myth, through fascinating text, historical photographs, & quotes from Annie herself. Ages 10 & up.
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