Buffalo Bill Meets Dracula: William F. Cody, Bram Stoker, and the Frontiers of Racial Decay

@article{Warren2002BuffaloBM,
  title={Buffalo Bill Meets Dracula: William F. Cody, Bram Stoker, and the Frontiers of Racial Decay},
  author={Louis S. Warren},
  journal={The American Historical Review},
  year={2002},
  volume={107},
  pages={1124-1157}
}
  • Louis S. Warren
  • Published 1 October 2002
  • History
  • The American Historical Review
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