Annie Oakley

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This thirty-four-star American flag reportedly covered Lincoln?s body as it was transported from the Petersen House to the White House on the morning of April During the war, some advisors had urged Lincoln to remove stars representing southern American Civil War, American Flag, American History, American Independence, American Presidents, Civil War Flags, Chicago History Museum, Presidential History, Spangled Banner

United States flag, 1865

United States flag, 1865 Charles F. Gunther Collection, 1920.1689 After Lincoln died on the morning of April 15, 1865, a contingent of Union army soldiers stationed at the Petersen House wrapped his remains in an American flag before placing it in a plain pine box for transport to the White House. According to Chicago History Museum records, this is the flag they used.

Annie Oakley shooting an apple off her dog, Dave's head, Pinehurst, NC Brave dog! Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Old West Outlaws, Annie Get Your Gun, Wild West Show, Annie Oakley, Bad To The Bone, History Channel, Cowgirls

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exploring the concept of Bad to the Bone with Pam Grier and other bad ass people. Plus other bad ass stuff

Frank Butler, husband of Annie Oakley.On November she died of pernicious anemia at the age of Frank mourned so deeply, he stopped eating and died 18 days later on November They are buried in Greenville, Ohio. Greenville Ohio, Cowboys & Aliens, Annie Get Your Gun, Annie Oakley, 18 Days, November 3, Shooting Stars, Old West, Vintage Pictures

Biography: Frank Butler | American Experience | PBS

Although he never expected to be shooting against a woman, Frank Butler accepted defeat from Annie Oakley graciously.

Annie Oakley, born Phoebe Ann Mosey, could use a caliber rifle at 90 feet to split a playing card edge-on and put five or six more holes in it before it touched the ground. She died on Nov 1926 at the age of Old West Photos, Wild West Show, Annie Oakley, Vintage Cowgirl, Cowboys And Indians, Le Far West, Portraits, Mountain Man, Interesting History

Annie Oakley Wild West Festival

See Annie in action with a short from Edison's Black Maria Studios.