Annie Oakley: My Wild West Adventures

Annie Oakley: My Wild West Adventures

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  • Welcome to our town. We have been expecting you Mrs. Annie Oakley.
  • It is a pleasure to finally meet you.
  • I am glad to be here.
  • Meanwhile, The Next Day...........
  • Away we go... Goodbye
  • This town is very dirty and horrible. I am moving west. This place is too boring for me.
  • I have finally arrived to my destination.
  • I am famished...
  • That same day...
  • I want to become an American sharpshooter and exhibition shooter.
  • Few weeks later...
  • I am a 15-year-old.
  • You should learn this "amazing talent"as it comes to light.
  • I am Frank E. Butler. A traveling show marksman.
  • We shall have a shooting match.
  • Yes, we are
  • The day of the wedding...
  • We are finally Mr. and Mrs. Butler and Oakley.
  • We are gathered here for the wedding of Ms. Annie Oakley or (Phoebe Ann Moses or Mosey) and Frank (Francis) E. Butler.
  • Assuming their marriage had been in 1876, Oakley and Butler had been married just over 50 years.
  • I rest in peace knowing that I made my wife's life complete.
  • I die of Pernicious Anemia in Greenville, Ohio at the age of 66 on November 3, 1926.
  • She was cremated in Cincinnati two days later and buried at Brock Cemetery near Greenville, Ohio.
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