6 edition of Annie Oakely found in the catalog.
|Statement||retold by Eric Blair ; illustrated by Dianne Silverman|
|Series||My first classic story|
|Contributions||Silverman, Dianne, ill|
|LC Classifications||GV1157.O3 B5218 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010030642|
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Annie Oakley (born Phoebe Ann Mosey; Aug – November 3, ) was an American sharpshooter who starred in Buffalo Bill's Wild West show.
Oakley developed hunting skills as a child, in order to provide for her impoverished family in western Ohio. At fifteen, she won a shooting contest against experienced marksman Frank E.
Butler, whom she later married. Annie Oakley was born Phoebe Ann Moses—called Annie by her family—on Augin Darke County, Ohio. This unassuming woman, who would perform before royalty and presidents, came from humble beginnings.
When Annie was 6, her father, Jacob Moses, died of pneumonia—leaving her mother, Susan Wise Moses, with six children and little else.
Early Life. Annie Oakley was born Phoebe Ann Moses (or as some sources say, Mosey) on Augin Darke County, Ohio. She is remembered as one of Born: 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 by: 1. 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. 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"/5.
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. You want girl power. Meet Annie Oakley. Born inshe became one of the best-loved and most famous women of her generation.
She amazed audiences all over the world with her sharpshooting, horse-riding, action-packed performances. In an age when most women stayed home, she traveled the Brand: Penguin Young Readers Group. Annie Oakley was a competitive and resolute woman who wanted to be the best and succeeded.
In this comprehensive biography Shirl Kasper sets the record straight, giving us an accurate, honest, and compelling portrait of the woman known as “Little Sure Shot.” 5/5(4). The Annie Oakley Center Foundation, Inc., supports the Annie Oakley Center at the Garst Museum in Greenville, Ohio, and works to keep Annie Oakley's legacy alive.
Part of maintaining this legacy is providing accurate information about Annie Oakley's life. Annie Oakley Summary Annie Oakley, the "Little Sure Shot" of the "Wild West," in an exhibition of rifle shooting. Contributor Names Oakley, Annie,performer. Heise, William, camera.
Thomas A. Edison, Inc. 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 Buffalo Bill's Wild West show. Annie Oakley and Frank Butler, Courtesy: Circus World Museum "Little Sure Shot" For the next few years, Frank toured with a male partner, performing feats of marksmanship on : American Experience.
Annie Oakley was a sharpshooting, horesback-riding symbol of the Wild West. Annie was an elegant little lady who was courted by European aristocracy and admired by queens.
She was a determined and brilliant performer who dazzled the world over. Find out more about the real Annie Oakley in this fun and exciting illustrated biography. Who Was Annie Oakley?Brand: Grosset & Dunlap. Annie Oakley. Primary Sources of Famous People in American History.
In lively, easy-to-read text, this book uses primary source materials to introduce young readers to this fascinating woman. * Reviews * Collection Review: Primary Sources of Famous People in American History "Excellent series using primary sources. Easy to read; great for. An American superstar who starred in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show starting inAnnie Oakley was a force to be reckoned with.
Shooting and hunting by. Directed by George Sidney, Busby Berkeley. With Betty Hutton, Howard Keel, Louis Calhern, J. Carrol Naish. The story of the great sharpshooter Annie Oakley, who rose to fame while dealing with her love/professional rival, Frank Butler/10(K).
ANNIE OAKLEY Tall Tale Theme Unit _____ © TRUE TALE The real Annie Oakley was born in Ohio in as Phoebe Ann Oakley Mozee. Annie, as her sisters called her, had a difficult childhood.
Her father died when she was very young, leaving her mother alone to care for seven children. Annie Oakley instill shooting 4 years before her death. Library of Congress/LC-USZ/Public Domain. Directed by George Stevens. With Barbara Stanwyck, Preston Foster, Melvyn Douglas, Moroni Olsen.
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Annie Oakley was a competitive and resolute woman who wanted to be the best and succeeded. In this comprehensive biography Shirl Kasper sets the record straight, giving us an accurate, honest, and compelling portrait of the woman known as “Little Sure Shot.”.
Contents[show] Historical Background Annie Oakley was a female American sharpshooter and performer who became a star in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. She was given the name "Little Sure Shot" by Sitting Bull, who also toured with the show.
She had been a hunter and trapper for most of her life, before joining the show. Abilities Annie was a skilled sharpshooter. She could. The production team would like to acknowledge the following books: Annie Oakley by Shirl Kasper -- The Life and Legacy of Annie Oakley by Glenda Riley -.
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Rare footage form the end of the 19th century shows famed gunslinger Annie Oakley display her wide range of shooting talents - skilfully hitting.
Annie Oakley purchased a Model 3 Smith and Wesson handgun in This would have been while she was touring with Buffalo Bill. The Smith and Wesson design pioneered the use of sealed cartridges for quick loading and rapid firing. The Smith and Wesson Model 3 shown in the photo below is courtesy of are also flyers that pop up every so often.
Annie Oakley. Oakley, Annie,American theatrical performer, b. Darke co., Ohio. Her original name was Phoebe Anne Oakley Mozee. From childhood on she was a "dead shot" with a rifle. She defeated in contest the noted marksman and vaudeville star Frank E. Butler, who subsequently married her and became her manager and assistant.
Annie Oakley was born Phoebe Moses, to a poor Quaker family and spent her early years living in a cabin in Darke County, on the western border of the state.
Her father died when she was six. InAnnie and her older sister Sarah Ellen were put into the care of the Darke County Infirmary and learned skills there including sewing and decorating.
GREENVILLE – The Garst Museum and the National Annie Oakley Center, N. Broadway, Greenville, announces the publication of a new book on Annie Oakley authored by Marilyn Robbins. Personal Pages from Annie Oakley and Frank Butler approaches Annie Oakley’s life via an objective and in depth look at the personal letters of Annie Oakley.
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siblings: Catherine Mosey (Sister), Elizabeth Mosey (Sister), Emily Brumbaugh (Sister), Hulda Haines (Sister), John Moses (Sibling. About Ann Oakley. Ann Oakley was born in London in She was the only child of Kay Titmuss, a social worker, and Richard Titmuss, one of the 20th century's foremost social policy theorists and an architect of Britain's welfare state.
She lived with her parents in West London and went to a single-sex grammar school until the age of 16 when. How Annie Oakley, “Princess of the West,” Preserved Her Ladylike Reputation Born inthe famed female sharpshooter skillfully cultivated an image of a daredevil performer with proper Author: Jess Righthand.
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This book is a biography written by a good friend of Annie Oakley’s who knew her personally and was inspired to write about her life.
It expounds upon the fact that Oakley’s success came from her character more than her skill, a theme I also emphasized. Annie’s father, who had fought in the War ofbecame an invalid from overexposure during a blizzard in late and died of pneumonia in early at age Following the death of her father, Oakley did not regularly attend school as a young child because of lack of funds, but she did attend later in childhood and in adulthood.Biography: Where did Annie Oakley grow up?
Phoebe Ann Mosey was born on a small farm near Woodland, Ohio on Aug Her family was poor, but she had a happy childhood growing up in a small log cabin with her six brothers and sisters. Annie had to go and live at the local poor house where she sewed clothes.
A few years later she was.It is possible the Oakley name came from Annie's paternal * grandmother. However, some sources say the name "Oakley" was not a family name, but was the name of the neighborhood of Cincinatti where she and Frank lived when they first married.
Annie Oakley, and she and Frank started traveling together giving shows.