Annie Oakley Volunteers
One hundred years ago Annie Oakley wrote to President
Here is the letter to President William McKinley from Annie Oakley in which she offers the services of a company of fifty lady American sharpshooters who would provide their own arms and ammunition, to the government should war break out with Spain.
It is in the National Archives of the United States.
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