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Read about Annie Oakley

3.33 of 5 stars 3.33  ·  rating details  ·  3 ratings  ·  2 reviews
- Just right for early independent readers
- Easy to read
- Brings inspiring people to life
- Can be used for beginner reports
- Supports the History/Social Studies, English/Language Arts, and Reading curricula
- Illus. with color and black-and-white photographs and illustrations
- Contains a timeline, a further reading list, Internet addresses, a glossary, and an index
Hardcover, 24 pages
Published February 1st 2006 by Enslow Elementary (first published 2006)
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Shannon D.
Read about Annie Oakley starts off by talking about when and where Annie Oakley was born and her family. Annie Oakley was originally born as Phoebe Ann Mosey. When Annie was still a child, her father taught her how to set traps so they could catch animals. After a winter storm, Annie's father got sick and passed away. Her family had a very hard time after that. They barely could survive, but Annie, at the age of seven, took it upon herself to catch the food for the family. She first used traps, ...more
I always get confused between Annie Oakley and Bonnie (of Bonnie & Clyde fame). It seems that the only similarity between the two is that they both knew how to wield a gun.

Annie Oakley was a sharpshooter who showed off her skill as a novelty in a traveling show in the late 1800s.

This is probably something a girl should know before turning 36, so there's that.
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