The Adventures of Buffalo Bill

Col. William F. CODY (1846 - 1917)

Buffalo Bill was arguably, the most recognized man in the world when he penned this book. The first four stories are of some of his adventures and the remaining 6 are autobiographical. All of them have been proved to be historically accurate in all important aspects. From his service as chief scout for the 3rd Cavalry during the plains wars, to his pony express service and finally the story of how he got his nickname "Buffalo Bill", everything is larger than life. Killing 4,280 buffalo in 18 months for the railroad workers was an amazing feat. Follow along as he tells of his Indian campaigns and then his world famous "Wild West Show" later in life. The foreword gives a brief summary of this man's amazing life. He respected the Indians and urged equal rights for women, something amazing in itself for his time. (Summary by Phil Chenevert)

Genre(s): Biography & Autobiography

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 00 - Foreword: His life Phil Chenevert
00:12:11
Play 01 01 - Crossing the Plains Marty
00:31:49
Play 02 02 - Rounding Up Indians Jewel Raquel
00:22:03
Play 03 03 - Pursuing the Sioux David Wales
00:31:10
Play 04 04 - My Duel with Yellow Hand David Biro
00:30:21
Play 05 05 - The Little Boy of the Prairie Marty
00:19:14
Play 06 06 - Little Bill at School and at the Traps Tonya Ross
00:17:46
Play 07 07 - The Pony Express Rider Mike Nelson
00:20:18
Play 08 08 - “Bill Cody, the Scout” Bill Mosley
00:10:58
Play 09 09 - The Indian Campaigns with the Army Mike Pelton
00:10:28
Play 10 10 - Buffalo Bill and His Show Mike Pelton
00:06:52