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John Edward (Jack) Joyce (February 10, 1876 – June 16, 1934) was an American early-20th-century colorful figure in the world of horsemanship and animal training, who had nearly a 10-year career with Buffalo Bill on his Buffalo Bill's Wild West. Joyce toured throughout Europe until the late 1920s. He retired in upstate New York and died June 16, 1934.

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  • John Edward (Jack) Joyce (February 10, 1876 – June 16, 1934) was an American early-20th-century colorful figure in the world of horsemanship and animal training, who had nearly a 10-year career with Buffalo Bill on his Buffalo Bill's Wild West. Joyce toured throughout Europe until the late 1920s. He retired in upstate New York and died June 16, 1934.
  • John Edward "Jack" Joyce (February 10, 1876 – June 16, 1934) was an American early-20th-century colorful figure in the world of horsemanship and animal training, who had nearly a 10-year career with Buffalo Bill on his Buffalo Bill's Wild West. Joyce toured throughout Europe until the late 1920s. He retired in upstate New York and died June 16, 1934.
  • John Edward "Jack" Joyce (February 10, 1876 – June 16, 1934) was an American early-20th-century colorful figure in the world of horsemanship and animal training, who had nearly a ten-year career with Buffalo Bill on his Buffalo Bill's Wild West. Joyce toured throughout Europe until the late 1920s. He retired in upstate New York and died June 16, 1934.
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  • John Edward (Jack) Joyce (February 10, 1876 – June 16, 1934) was an American early-20th-century colorful figure in the world of horsemanship and animal training, who had nearly a 10-year career with Buffalo Bill on his Buffalo Bill's Wild West. Joyce toured throughout Europe until the late 1920s. He retired in upstate New York and died June 16, 1934.
  • John Edward "Jack" Joyce (February 10, 1876 – June 16, 1934) was an American early-20th-century colorful figure in the world of horsemanship and animal training, who had nearly a 10-year career with Buffalo Bill on his Buffalo Bill's Wild West. Joyce toured throughout Europe until the late 1920s. He retired in upstate New York and died June 16, 1934.
  • John Edward "Jack" Joyce (February 10, 1876 – June 16, 1934) was an American early-20th-century colorful figure in the world of horsemanship and animal training, who had nearly a ten-year career with Buffalo Bill on his Buffalo Bill's Wild West. Joyce toured throughout Europe until the late 1920s. He retired in upstate New York and died June 16, 1934.
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