Buffalo Bill's cold chase, or, Running down redskins on ice

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Buffalo Bill's cold chase, or, Running down redskins on ice

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Buffalo Bill's cold chase, or, Running down redskins on ice
Series Title:
Buffalo Bill stories
Buffalo Bill
Place of Publication:
New York
Street & Smith
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1 online resource (28 p.) 28 cm.: ;


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


Original Version:
Volume 1, Number 158

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University of South Florida
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University of South Florida
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The University of South Florida Libraries believes that the Item is in the Public Domain under the laws of the United States, but a determination was not made as to its copyright status under the copyright laws of other countries. The Item may not be in the Public Domain under the laws of other countries.
Resource Identifier:
020913855 ( ALEPH )
455515003 ( OCLC )
B14-00101 ( USFLDC DOI )
b14.101 ( USFLDC Handle )

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I The scout and his followers sped forward like the wind. Closer and closer they came to the Indians. "Now we have them, boys!" cried Buffalo Bill. "Take the chief alive, and wipe out the rest of them!"


No. S58. NEW YORK, May 21, 1904. Price Fic Cents. BUff ALO BILL'S. COLD I OR, rr, M. L.ANE. Runnin g Down Redskins oD lee. By th.a auth0t of "BUFPALO BILL." CHAPTER I. THE INDIAN GIANT. It wa s a bright, "stinging" January daj in the Ter ritory of Idaho. The winter so far had been one of unusual severity in the matter of low temperatu re. Of snowstorms there .h'ad not been many, however, even among the mountains The beautiful lake of Cceur d'Alene was almost en tirely frozen over. The ice was mostly of considerable thic kness, and of glassy smoothness. From the wooded shore of an arm of the lake a short distance from where the Spokane River starts on its journey to swell the volume of the Columbia, a sin gular figure glided out upon the frozen surface. It was that of a man of extraordinary st a ture, clad in the garb of an Indian, with a headdress as elaborate as that of the most prominent of chieftains. He was mounted on skates, in the use of which he seemed to be especially skilled. With his wonderfully long leg-s every stroke carrie

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