People have eyes but some can see well than others.
Annie Oakley was a sharpshooter. Remember the guns she used were rifles of the nineteen hundred era. 252 more words
Sharp-shooter Annie Oakley showed us all what women can do with her excellent marksmanship and flare for performing. She learned how to shoot out of the necessity of poverty as a child and hunted game to feed her family and to sell, eventually managing to pay off her family’s mortgage with the money she made. 335 more words
THE FOOL BELIEVES ANYTHING ANYONE GUN DOWN, HE CAN GUN DOWN BETTER
Of course, it has happened again… Where are the lights, cameras … action? Please… another drive-by shooting in Chicago last evening!727 more words
In the “About” section of this blog I mention doing occasional “Beyond The Books” special features concerning historical and cultural topics outside of literature. I’m kicking off that feature today with a quick look at an important Ohioan, whose birthday is today: legendary sharpshooter Annie Oakley, born Phoebe Ann Mosey on August 13, 1860 in Darke County, Ohio. 698 more words