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‘Your Fathers the Ghosts’ - Buffalo Bill’s Wild West in Scotland
by Tom F. Cunningham
Black & White Publishing, Edinburgh
Published 16th November 2007
ISBN: 978-1-84502-117-7

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Your Fathers the Ghosts blends the full range of pre-existing scholarship with several years’ worth of original research to produce what is easily the most comprehensive account presently available of Buffalo Bill’s Scottish venues.

People of the Horse Nation - Plains Indians in Early Picture Postcards
by Richard Green
Foreword and design by Alan Hughes
Spellicans Press, Oxford
Published 2013

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This superb pictorial account includes numerous examples of Indians who participated in the tours of Great Britain.

Black Elk, Mexican Joe & Buffalo Bill - The Real Story
by Tom F. Cunningham
English Westerners’ Society, London
Published Spring 2015
16,000+ words
43 pages

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The real story of Black Elk and the other Indians who were accidentally left behind in England at the end of Buffalo Bill’s 1887-88 tour turns out to be something radically different from the version which has hitherto been accepted as factual. An essential companion volume to Black Elk Speaks and The Sixth Grandfather


Mexican Joe Volume II - The Running Wolf Years
by Tom F. Cunningham
English Westerners’ Society, London
Published Winter 2016-17
17,936 words
44 pages

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Written as a sequel to Black Elk, Mexican Joe & Buffalo Bill - The Real Story, Volume II resumes the story of Mexican Joe’s chaotic and outrageous career as a Wild West showman at the point at which he parted company with Black Elk during the spring of 1889. The focus this time around is provided by the party of ‘Apaches’ throughout an almost perpetual tour of the United Kingdom, mercifully terminated by financial embarrassment in 1894. The star performer was Running Wolf, the ‘savage of the seventy scalps’, widely publicised as the most fiendish member of Geronimo’s final band of renegades.

As ever, nothing is what it seems...


An Indian Called Wounded Knee - Miss Viola Clemmons
and the White Lily Company in England & Wales, 1891-92

by Tom F. Cunningham
English Westerners’ Society, London
Published August 2012
14,794 words
36 pages

SOLD OUT - 2nd print run pending

Another highly original research project, shedding light on a neglected aspect of Buffalo Bill’s British tours. During the 1891-92 season, while Buffalo Bill’s Wild West was performing at provincial venues throughout Great Britain, Colonel Cody’s protegée, Miss Viola Clemmons, was embarked on a theatrical tour of England and Wales, with her short-lived White Lily company. Included in the company was a party of ten Lakota Indians and half-breeds, brought to England especially for this surreal production.


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