3 edition of Buckey O"Neill of Arizona found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Jeanette Eaton ; illustrated by Edward Shenton|
|Contributions||Shenton, Edward, 1895-1977, ill|
|LC Classifications||E595.O5 E3 1949|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||219 p. :|
|Number of Pages||219|
|LC Control Number||49011000|
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Buckey O’Neill Cabin. The Buckey O’Neill Cabin was built in the s by William “Buckey” O’Neill on the South Rim of Grand Canyon. O’Neill was a member of Teddy Roosevelt’s Rough Riders and was also an author and a judge in his native Arizona. An exuberant biography of an exuberant figure, Captain William O. O'Neill, who was to become Arizona's favorite son. ""Irish as a brickbat and just as full of fight"", Buckey O'Neill deovted his many energies to many pursuits- but primarily to the advancement of Arizona. A typesetter in Phoenix, a boom camper in Tombstone, a court reporter and editor in Prescott, a probate judge, and a sheriff.
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This fast-moving narrative takes him from the streets of Tombstone all the way to Cuba, where he won Theodore Roosevelt’s admiration as the wildest and bravest of the Rough Riders/5(9). The monument, a creation of noted artist Solon Borglum, was dedicated to the memory of Captain O’Neill and in honor of the Rough Riders and should, rightfully, be called the Rough Rider statue, but to Arizonans who know his story, it will always be a lasting tribute to their happy warrior, Buckey O’Neill.
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Rough Rider: Buckey O'Neill of Arizona. [Dale L Walker] -- A biography of Buckey O'Neill, famous in the Arizona Territory as a gambler, miner, newspaperman, and sheriff, and who distinguished himself in Theodore Roosevelt's Rough Riders.
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Buckey O'Neill helped his men through one last fight, even in death. Nine years later, the town of Prescott, AZ, unveiled an equestrian statue of Buckey O'Neill, sculpted by Solon Borglum, also known for his equestrian statue of Confederate Gen.
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This fast-moving narrative takes him from the Free shipping over $ The Buckey O'Neill Cabin was built in by William "Buckey" O'Neill in what would become Grand Canyon National Park. O'Neill was, among many other things, a member of Theodore Roosevelt's Rough Riders, who had previously been an author, sheriff, and a judge in his native Arizona.
He was killed in action in Cuba inbut was instrumental in establishing what would eventually become the. Rough Rider: Buckey O'Neill of Arizona: Dale L. Walker: Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart.
All Go Search Hello Select your address. William “Buckey” O'Neill is one of those western heroes who has a long list of accomplishments behind his name: lawyer, judge, miner, school superintendent, gambler, mayor of Prescott, sheriff, and a Teddy Roosevelt Rough Rider who gave his life in fighting against Spain.
The movie's dramatic ending has "Nash" visiting his captain's grave in a white picket-fenced grave yard on the prairie. The real Buckey O'Neill lies in Arlington National Cemetery where he was buried on May 1, after his body was returned from Cuba.
A statue of O'Neill astride his horse. The statue is located in Prescott, Arizona. Rough Rider: Buckey O'Neill of Arizona Bison Books edition by Walker, Dale L. () Paperback: Walker, Dale L.: Books - ews: The Bucky O'Neill Monument, also known as the Rough Rider Monument, was created by Solon Borglum and is an equestrian sculpture of Buckey O'Neill and honors a group of men who gallantly served their country during the Spanish–American War in It is located at Courthouse Plaza, Prescott, Arizona.
It was dedicated on July 3, and was rededicated on June 6,and again on July 3, William Owen “Buckey” O’Neill was one of the most ambitious (and colorful). A Missouri transplant, Buckey lived throughout Arizona and made a living as a newspaperman, sheriff, tax assessor, miner, school superintendent, and mayor of nearby Prescott.