Sitting Bull vs Annie Oakley

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Warrior
Sharpshooter
Net worth 2018
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Grand River
Residence
Greenville, Ohio, United States
United States
Country
United States
BirthDay
13/08/1860
December 15, 1890
Died On
November 3, 1926
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1989

On September 14, 1989, the United States Postal Service released a Great Americans series 28¢ postage stamp featuring a likeness of Sitting Bull

1890

The police entered his home on December 15, 1890, and tried to arrest him

1889

The Native Americans began spreading the Ghost Dance religious movement in 1889 which was aimed at annihilating the white people and reclaiming the Native American way of life

1926

Annie Oakley and Butler remained married for fifty years, till her death on November 3, 1926, in Greenville, Ohio

1903

In 1903, William Randolph Hearst published a false article on Annie Oakley, mentioning that she was arrested for stealing to support a cocaine habit

1874

In 1874, her mother got married for a third time, but her marriage to Joseph Shaw was not enough to revive the family's financial conditions

1870

Unable to support all her children, her mother sent her and her elder sister, Sarah, to the Darke County Infirmary in 1870

1860

Annie Oakley was born as Phoebe Ann Mosey on August 13, 1860, in rural Darke County, Ohio, to Susan Wise and Jacob Mosey