"Lillian and Diamond Jim both bought gold plated bicycles studded with jewels. They rode them all over New York City. Lillian loved it, she said she lost weight. You see, she also ate, bite for bite with Diamond Jim and drank buckets of Champaign.…"
"I like this picture of Crazy Horse. He looks like as he was described. He wore a white shirt, blue trousers and carried that lance. He usually wore a stone behind one ear.
He was a red headed, freckled faced gent who had a long face.He was a loner…"
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"Wild Bill, devoid of vanity," was born to fame and notoriety as James Buther Hickok, in La Salle County, Illinois, 1837; he drove on the Sana Fe Trail before the Civil War; served with the "Red Legs" and other forces during conflict.