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Annie Oakley

Complete information on the celebrated gunslinger Oakley includes a timeline of her life, important people and events of her life, pictures and a teacher's guide complete with thought provoking questions. From the PBS program American Experience. courtesy of netTrekker
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Complete information on the celebrated gunslinger Oakley includes a timeline of her life, important people and events of her life, pictures and a teacher's guide complete with thought-provoking questions. From the PBS program American Experience.

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