Annotations for Bill Pickett : Rodeo-Ridin' Cowboy


Baker & Taylor
Describes the life and accomplishments of the son of a former slave whose unusual bulldogging style made him a rodeo star

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Baker & Taylor
Describes the life and accomplishments of the son of a former slave whose unusual bulldogging style made him a rodeo star.

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Baker & Taylor
Recounts the true story of African-American rodeo star Bill Pickett, who began his rodeo career at the age of fifteen, joined the 101 Ranch Wild West Show in 1905, and performed for audiences throughout the world.

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Houghton
This is the true tale of the feisty cowboy-child who became the most famous black rodeo performer who ever lived. A note about the history of the black West and a bibliography are included. "The text is fascinating, and the oil paintings on scratchboard are full of energy and motion, matching the book's powerful mood."--School Library Journal


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