Jill is Bill

“You’all can go to hell. I am going to Texas.”
-Davy Crockett

William Frederick Cody (1846-1917) was an internationally renowned icon and front-figure for conquest of the American western territories. According to Wikipedia Cody started working at 11 after his father died. By age 14 (double seven) he was engaged by the Pony Express private mail service which marked his debut as a rider and skilled horseman. As a young adult he joined the Union army (1863–1865) during the American Civil War and later became a scout to the US Army in the long lasting American Indian Wars. Cody retired as a US Army Chief of Scouts in 1872 and was awarded the Medal of Honour for gallantry the same year (medal later revoked in 1913). Continue reading Jill is Bill