Published June 2003
by Rosen Publishing Group .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
Who was Annie Oakley, well what a woman. I always wanted to be a cowgirl when I grown-up and reading this book brought back childhood dreams. I have my students read this book, because there is not a lot about woman of the west. This series is good for students who want to read and have fun while working on a book report for their vanbuskirkphotos.com by: 1. Annie Oakley was a woman worth getting to know. Will Rogers said of her, "She will be a lesson to you. She is a greater character than she was a rifle shot. Annie Oakley's name her loveable traits, her thoughtful consideration of others will live as a mark for any woman to shoot at".4/5. Non-fiction books are not my favorite thing to read, I don't really like them. This book is different than anything I've ever read, but I enjoyed it. Annie Oakley is a book that is very detailed. It has some sad parts too it but they are not very frequent. My favorite part of this book was when Annie /5. I know it's a kid's book, but there has got to be something better written on Annie Oakley. The first few chapters contain material that is obviously fabricated, such as Annie's "conversation" with her sister in which her sister sounds remarkably like a modern feminist sneering at the era's values -- /5.
Feb 01, · Who was Annie Oakley, written by Stephanie Spinner tells the life story of Annie Oakley. Annie Oakley was an amazing gun shooter and Wild West horseback rider. She was admired by everyone. She was not your average lady, she performed for huge crowds. She absolutely loved being in the show business. Annie was a very determined lady/5. Early Life. Annie Oakley was born Phoebe Ann Moses (or as some sources say, Mosey) on August 13, , in Darke County, Ohio. She is remembered as one of the leading women of the American vanbuskirkphotos.com: Aug 13, Interested in learning more about Annie Oakley? Take a look at our suggested reading list.. Explore our McCracken Research Library’s web pages.. Browse the Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s online Museum Store for in-print books on Annie Oakley.. Find out more about Buffalo Bill’s Wild West and other shows. Annie Oakley (born Phoebe Ann Mosey; August 13, – November 3, ) was an American sharpshooter and exhibition shooter. Her talent first came to light when at age 15 she won a shooting match against traveling-show marksman Frank E. Butler, whom she later married.
The Colonel and Little Missie: Buffalo Bill, Annie Oakley, and the Beginnings of Superstardom in America (includes 16 pages of B&W photographs). Both lucky and extremely talented, Annie Oakley used her astonishing marksmanship to escape a poor childhood in Ohio and become the first female superstar in what had been a male-dominated. Annie Oakley Annie Oakley Annie Oakley Annie Oakley. Tall Tale (fiction), words, Level O (Grade 2), Lexile L. This tall tale features Annie Oakley, a real Western heroine from American history. Readers will learn about Annie's life, from her learning to shoot at her father's side to how she became the fastest and sharpest shooter in. Jan 28, · Annie Oakley, American markswoman who starred in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show, where she was often called “Little Sure Shot.” Phoebe Ann Mosey (or Moses, per some sources) early developed an amazing proficiency with firearms. As a child, she hunted game with such success that, according to legend.