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Image from page 573 of “Our pioneer heroes and their daring deeds” (1887)
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Title: Our pioneer heroes and their daring deeds
Year: 1887 (1880s)
Authors: Kelsey, D. M. [from old catalog]
Subjects: Pioneers Indians of North America
Publisher: Philadelphia, St. Louis, Scammell & company
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation
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d behind Wild Bill, he suddenly drew a pistol,and uttered the words: D n you, take that! He fired at the head of his victim. The ball crashed through theskull, passed through the brain, and came out through the rightcheek, imbedding itself in the arm of another player. WildBills head bent slowly forward, the cards fell from his relaxingfingers, and he fell prone on the floor. Words cannot describe the excitement which reigned in Dead 568 WILD BILL. wood. Wild threats of lynching the murderer were heard onevery hand, but the more orderly-minded prevailed upon thesehot-headed avengers to give McCall a fair trial, and the jury ac-quitted him. But the court was improvised for the occasion, andwhen the bully visited Yankton a few days later, boasting of hisdeed, he was promptly arrested, brought before the legally es-tablished tribunal, found guilty, sentenced, and hanged. The murdered mans body was taken in charge by his comradeand friend, Colorado Charley, and a grave dug on the mountain
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THE MURDER OF WILD BILL. side, where the pine-trees shaded the flower-studded sod. Withhis rifle by his side, he was laid to rest, l^ot forever, for as thetown grew, the beauty of the woodland grave on the hill-sidedeparted, and reverently his friends removed to another resting-place all that was mortal of one of the bravest scouts that Amer-ica has ever produced. He was a plainsman in every sense of the word, says G-en,Custer, who knew him well as a scout; yet unlike any other ofhis class. . . . Whether on foot or on horseback, he was one ofthe most perfect types of physical manhood I ever saw. . . . Hismanner was entirely free from all bluster or bravado. He neverspoke of himself unless requested to do so. His influence amongthe frontiersmen was unbounded, his word was law. Wild Bill WILD BILL. 569 IS aiiytliing but a quarrelsome man, yet no one but himself canenumerate the many conflicts in which he has been engaged. One notable peculiarity was his sincere regret at the invariablet
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The Avengers: 1/6th scale Chitauri Foorsoldier teaser
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Well, isn’t this a great surprise? Hot Toys just teased a sixth scale figure of Agent Coulson and a Chitauri footsoldier from The Avengers line.
I would very much like to add Coulson to my collection. I don’t really give that much for the footsoldier, however a pleasant surprise.
The Chitauri footsoldier, looks like, will need a new bodytype. and a lot of R&D to get this figure right. Within the next 4 month I expect more news with a release somewhere mid-2013.