Buffalo Bill's gallant stand, or, The Indian's last victory

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Buffalo Bill's gallant stand, or, The Indian's last victory

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Title:
Buffalo Bill's gallant stand, or, The Indian's last victory
Series Title:
Buffalo Bill stories
Creator:
Buffalo Bill
Place of Publication:
New York
Publisher:
Street & Smith
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Language:
English
Physical Description:
1 online resource (30 p.) 28 cm.: ;

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Subjects / Keywords:
Dime novels. ( rbgenr )
Western stories. ( lcsh )
Buffalo Bill -- Fiction -- 1846-1917 ( lcsh )
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serial ( sobekcm )

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Source Institution:
University of South Florida
Holding Location:
University of South Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
020858679 ( ALEPH )
07401039 ( OCLC )
B14-00095 ( USFLDC DOI )
b14.95 ( USFLDC Handle )

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Jssued Weekly. By S ubscription $250 per year. Entered as Second Class Matter at New York Post Office by .S'rREET & SMITH. 238 Wt7liam St . N. Y. No.95 Price, Five Cents. .A. llll>:S0118 !UV.A.GS .l'OBOSD BIS PONT .l'ORW.A.BD AND l'IRl:D HIS RIFLB FULL INTO BUil'F.U.0 BILI.'8 l'.A.CE BUT TBS BULLET JII88BD D'I roa mi:BB..A.L currrn HAD DSLIV&JUl:D ... SL.A.SBING OUT .A.T THE NECK 0.1' TBB REDSKIN .JUST IN TBJI: NJOB: OP !'Ill.

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. A WEEKLY PUBLICATION DEVOTED TO BORDER Hl5TORY issued Weekly. B v Subscription ,tz.ro per F.'ltereti , ,.eeo"d l1cts.r l.fa"rr a' t!te N Y. Post Office b STREET & SMITH, 238 W(llia111 St., N. Y. Entered according to Act of Congress f7 1 the yea 1qo3, in tlte Offi c e of t/1e Libr.,ri.m of C.ongress, I-Vashilll(fon, /.}, C. No. 95. NEW YORK, March 7, 1903. Price Fi v e Cents. BUFF ALO BILL'S .. GALLANT: ST O R, The Indian s Last Victory. By the a.uthor o f "BUFF AL O BILI:.." CHAPTER I. TUE NINE SAVAGES. A rushing, brawling river, swollen with winter rains, sweeping down on its bosom uprooted saplings and the occasional carcass of an animal drowned trying to cross; the dark, leafless trees of huge tracts of forest lying in the background, and straight ahead the vast level prairie, which now, in spite of its being the end of March, was held fast in grim winter's bitter grip. A cheerless and uninviting landscape, with no sign of life to break the monotony. Yes. there was 011e. A solitary horseman, in a thick fur overcoat, with military overalls, a11d high boots, his hat pulled down on !us head, came trotti11g from the direction of the forest, and, keeping along the river bank, skirted the great open prairie. The rider was Buffalo Bill, world-renowned scout and hunter, at that time acting as chief of the scouts of the United States Army. It was a time of trouble; the Indians were in arms, and slaying in all directions. Sioux, Cherokee and Crow had all united, and the red warriors roamed in their thousands over hundreds of s
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