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The reception of Buffalo Bill's wild west in Barcelona (1889-90) and Trieste (1906)

Dixon, Christopher (2010) The reception of Buffalo Bill's wild west in Barcelona (1889-90) and Trieste (1906). In: Buffalo Bill and Europe, 2010-08-04 - 2010-08-06. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

Buffalo Bill and Europe is the first in a series of international conferences being sponsored by The Papers of William F. Cody, a project of the McCracken Research Library at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, Wyoming. The aim of the project is to bring together William F. Cody and his legendary persona, Buffalo Bill, in a digital archive and associated texts, to form the most authoritative collection of its kind and, in doing so, to provide a breadth and depth of information offering an invaluable record of late nineteenth- and early-twentieth century American national development that has not previously been available in a single source. The Papers of William F. Cody will therefore offer both specialist researchers and a wider audience an unequalled opportunity to see - through the vision of Buffalo Bill - the expansion and growth of the American West.