Oakley, Annie (1860–1926) In American history and folklore, stage name of Phoebe Anna Oakley Mozee, a markswoman and member of ...
Ross, Betsy (1752–1836) In American history and folklore, creator of the first Stars and Stripes American flag. Betsy was a ...
Buffalo Bill (1846–1917) In American history and folklore, the popular name of William Frederick Cody, scout and showman. Born in ...
Calamity Jane (1848–1903) In U.S. history and folklore, popular name for Martha Jane Canary, noted for her marksmanship, who dressed ...
Captain Kidd (1645–1701) In British and American history and folklore, popular name of William Kidd, privateer. Born in Scotland, Kidd ...
The Devil’s horse is inn Ozark folklore, the colloquial name for the praying mantis. It is considered bad luck to ...
Howe’s Masquerade In U.S. history and folklore of the Revolution, a masked ball held by the British general Sir William ...
Joe Baldwin - In American folklore, a train conductor who was decapitated when his train was rammed by another train ...
Joe Magarac (jackass) In American literary folklore, a superhuman steelworker and folk hero of the Pittsburgh area steel mills, invented ...
John Henry In American folklore, a black hero, born in Black River Country “where the sun don’t never shine.” When ...
Johnny Appleseed (1774–1847) : In American history and folklore, popular name of John Chapman, Massachusetts-born orchardist, who planted fruit trees ...
Bat Masterson (1855–1921) In American history and folklore, William Barclay Masterson was a sheriff noted for his fine suits, pearl-gray ...
Mike Fink (1770–1823) In American folklore, a legendary keelboat man, the strongest ever. Mike Fink spent most of his time ...
Molly Pitcher (1754–1832) In American history and folklore of the Revolution, the popular name of Mary L. Hays McCauley, who ...
Mrs. O’Leary’s Cow
Mrs. O’Leary’s Cow In American history and folklore, the cow of Mrs. Patrick (Kate) O’Leary; it supposedly started the Great ...
Old John In American folklore, a tramp printer who could make type fall into place instantaneously with one sweep of ...
Paul Bunyan In American folklore, giant lumberjack of the Great Lakes and the Pacific Northwest. Various places claim Paul Bunyan ...
Pecos Bill In American folklore, a tough Western hero who was the subject of many adventures. Edward O’Reilly created the ...
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