- James ButlerWild Bill, 1837–76, U.S. frontiersman.
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Hickok was acquitted, and it caused a public outcry of injustice.
Hickok was on trial for manslaughter, and the judge gave the jury two instructions.
And the case of James “Wild Bill” Hickok in 1865 bears some similarity to what occurred in the Zimmerman-Trayvon case.
Hickok was a giant, and Yale had the utmost confidence in him.Frank Merriwell's Races
Burt L. Standish
The currents of life had been flowing swiftly for Mr. Hickok.
Mr. Hickok tore open the message, while the boy admired him to the hilts.
The message was a long one, by which Mr. Hickok deduced it to be important.
Moreover, there was further evidence to prove the low spirits of Mr. Hickok.
- James Butler, known as Wild Bill Hickok. 1837–76, US frontiersman and marshal
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