Lectures

  • “Las mil y una muertes de Butch y Sundance,” presentación al “Tercer simposio internacional sobre bandoleros norteamericanos en la Patagonia,” Museo Isaac Fernández Blanco, Buenos Aires, 23 de noviembre 2005 (Buck y Meadows). Versión revisada de “Butch and Sundance: Still Dead?,” la ponencia presentado al Simposio del Western Outlaw-Lawman History Association, realizado en Santa Fe, New Mexico, 18 Julio 2005. Resumió las docenas de cuentos, anécdotas y mitos sobre la muerte de Butch y Sundance en América del Norte, América del Sur y Europa.
  • “Butch and Sundance: Still Dead?,” lecture at Western Outlaw-Lawman History Association Shootout, Santa Fe, NM, July 18, 2005 (Buck & Meadows). Surveyed the many reports of Butch and Sundance’s deaths on three continents from the 1890s through the 1960s.
  • “On the Trail of Butch and Sundance,” lecture at National Association for Outlaw and Lawman History and Western Outlaw-Lawman History Association International Congress on Outlaw and Lawman History, Sacramento, CA, July 27, 2002 (Buck). Discussed folkloric and true stories from Butch and Sundance’s lives.
  • “Butch y Sundance durmieron aquí,” presentación al “Segundo simposio internacional sobre los bandoleros norteamericanos en la Patagonia,” Trevelin, Chubut, Argentina, 15-18 septiembre 1999 (Buck y Meadows). Presentó una serie de diapositivas de imágenes históricas de las andanzas de Butch y Sundance en sudamérica.
  • “Butch and Sundance in South America,” presentation at the MountainFilm festival, Telluride, Colorado, 29 May 1999 (Buck & Meadows). Presented an overview of the South American experiences of Butch, Sundance, and Ethel.
  • “What Really Happened to Butch and Sundance,” lecture at the Smithsonian Institution, 12 May 1998 (Buck & Meadows). Presented an overview of the years Butch, Sundance, and Ethel spent in South America, including their attempt to go straight in Argentina, their return to outlawry, and their fates.
  • “Butch y Sundance en Sudamérica,” presentación al “Primer simposio internacional sobre las andanzas de los bandoleros norteamericanos en Argentina, Chile, y Bolivia,” Esquel, Chubut, Argentina, 26-28 febrero 1997 (Buck y Meadows). Presentó un sumario de los ocho años que vivieron Butch y Sundance en sudamérica, con un foco en su último atraco y el tiroteo en San Vicente, Bolivia. Además, describió los cuentos sobre las muertes ficcionales de Butch y Sundance en lugares diversos del mundo.
  • “What Ever Happened to Butch & Sundance?” symposium sponsored by the Western Outlaw-Lawman History Association, Craig, Colorado, 20 July 1996 (Buck, Meadows, et al.). Experts with conflicting views explored the controversy over whether Butch and Sundance died in San Vicente or returned to the United States. Debunked imposters Hiram BeBee and William T. Phillips.
  • “Las Andanzas de Butch Cassidy y el Sundance Kid en la Patagonia,” presentación pública patrocinado por El Centro Nacional Patagónico, Puerto Madryn, Chubut, Argentina, 24 enero 1996 (Buck, Meadows, et al.). Presentó un sumario de las acciones de Butch y Sundance en la Patagonia entre 1901 y 1905.
  • “The Butch Cassidy Mystery Symposium,” debate sponsored by the Wyoming Historical Society, Riverton, Wyoming, 10 September 1994 (Buck, Meadows, et al.). Presented contrasting views of whether Butch and Sundance returned to North America after the 1908 Bolivian shootout.
  • “Butch and Sundance in South America,” lecture and slide show at the National Association of Outlaw and Lawman History Rendezvous, Casper, Wyoming, 28 July 1994 (Buck & Meadows). Presented an overview of Butch and Sundance’s years in South America, with a focus on the exhumation of the San Vicente, Bolivia, grave in which they were mistakenly reported to have been buried.
  • “Digging Up Butch & Sundance,” lecture and slide show at the Western Outlaw-Lawman History Association Convention, Deadwood, South Dakota, 23 July 1994 (Buck & Meadows). Focused on the exhumation of the San Vicente, Bolivia, grave in which Butch and Sundance were mistakenly said to have been buried.
  • “Digging Up Butch & Sundance,” lecture and slide show at The Westerners Potomac Corral, Washington, DC, 25 May 1994 (Buck & Meadows). Focused on the exhumation of the San Vicente, Bolivia, grave in which Butch and Sundance were mistakenly said to have been buried.
  • “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid in South America,” lecture and slide show at the National Association of Outlaw & Lawman History Rendezvous, Vernal, Utah, 25 July 1992 (Buck & Meadows). Provided a look at the South American locations in the saga of Butch and Sundance and presented evidence that they died in Bolivia.
  • “Butch and Sundance in South America,” lecture and slide show at the Western Outlaw-Lawman History Association Conference, Denver, Colorado, 18 July 1992 (Buck & Meadows). Provided a look at the South American locations in the saga of Butch and Sundance and presented evidence that they died in Bolivia.
  • “The Adventures of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid in South America,” lecture and slide show at the Western Outlaw-Lawman History Association Convention, Denver, Colorado, 3 August 1991 (Buck). Presented an overview of Butch and Sundance’s South American activities.
  • “Butch Cassidy in South America,” lecture and slide show at Butch Cassidy Days, Telluride, Colorado, 1 July 1989 (Buck & Meadows). Presented an overview of the South American activities of Butch Cassidy, as well as a summary of the 1889 holdup of the San Miguel Valley Bank, his first robbery.
  • “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid in South America,” lecture and slide show aboard the SS Stella Solaris, during a cruise from Valparaíso, Chile, to Buenos Aires, Argentina, via the Strait of Magellan, February-March 1989 (Buck & Meadows). Provided an overview of Butch and Sundance’s years in South America.
  • “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid Are Dead, Dead, Dead–Maybe,” lecture and slide show at The Westerners Potomac Corral, Washington, DC, 16 November 1988 (Buck & Meadows). Presented an overview of Butch and Sundance’s South American activities and the evidence for and against their having survived the 1908 Bolivian shootout.
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