Oakley, Annie – Wild West


The Annie Oakley mug is part of a biographical series profiling unique athletes in a variety of arenas from baseball to rodeo.  An image of Annie Oakley and a short biography are features of this history mug.

Small Mug, 11 oz.

Large Mug, 15 oz.

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Phoebe Ann Mosey was born in a log cabin in Greenville, Ohio, on August 13, 1860.  Her skills as a sharpshooter with the Buffalo Bill Wild West Shows made her a superstar.  When she was only eight years old, Annie Oakley started hunting and trapping to help support her family, as her father died when she was only five.  Her skill as a markswoman contributed to her mother᾽s ability to pay off the mortgage when Annie was 15.  Several years later she married Frank Butler, a noted marksman and dog trainer, after beating him in a shooting contest.  When Frank and Annie began performing together she took the stage name, Annie Oakley.  In 1885, the couple joined the Wild West Shows and within a few years, Annie was the highest paid performer next to Buffalo Bill Cody.  In a 1922 shooting contest, at age 62, Annie hit 100 clay targets in a row from 16 yards.

This Annie Oakley History Mug is part of our Athletes and Rodeo series which includes many unique athletes and rodeo stars.  Content is crafted for a stunning visual experience and to inspire an interest to learn more about history.  Biography and images are designed and printed in Bristol, Vermont, USA.

  • 11 oz. mug:  3.75” H x 3” D
  • 15 oz. mug:  4.5″ H x 3.25″ D
  • Mugs are premium hard coated ceramic, which are food and microwave safe.
  • To preserve photographic quality we recommend hand washing.
  • Mugs are usually shipped within 3-5 days.
  • Shipping charges drop dramatically on orders of 8 or more.



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