The Wild West

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The Wild West – the very expression conjures up images of stagecoaches and bat-wing door saloons, and of men facing each other in a dusty, tumble weed strewn street, ready to draw their guns and shoot it out. But just how wild was the Wild West? Check out the link on Buffalo Bill to help answer this question!

http://www.pbs.org/weta/thewest/people/a_c/buffalobill.htm

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THE WILD WEST
The West was viewed as a wild place during the 1800s and early 1900s because of the
many wars and unexpected attacks from enemies that dominated the west. It was as if men were
only considered manly if they managed to excel in areas where violence was at its most intense
such as in war battles and hunting for wild meat like buffaloes. William F. Cody, also known as
‘Buffalo Bill,' got his name from his ability to hunt and kill as many buffaloes as he could.
Buffaloes were and still are some of the wildest of beasts which have the potential of ...


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