Little Miss Sure Shot
Annie Oakley was one of the first famous female, who with hard work and determination was able to change woman and mens perspectives on what a Woman could do.
What made her different?
- Never took on men's clothing
- Had a great shot
- She beat her husband in a shooting competition
Some Important Faces
Was Annie's Husband. "I was a beaten man the moment she appeared for I was taken off guard."
He "adopted" Annie Oakley while he helped her in her performances. He gave her the nickname Little Miss Sure Shot.
At first her mom seamed to disapprove of her shooting. But shortly after she began to get food and help support her family with she soon approved of it.
- Born in Ohio
- Her name is Phobe Ann Moses
- Met her husband in a shooting Comp. Thanksgiving day 1875
- She used her shooting to help others
- She died November 3, 1926
- Husband died 18 days later
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