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Living History: Buffalo Bill Cody

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Presented by PILLAR Institute for Lifelong Learning at Unknown

Dec 17 2014
Living History: Buffalo Bill Cody presented by PILLAR Institute for Lifelong Learning at ,

William Frederick Cody (Buffalo Bill) got his nickname after the American Civil War when he had a contract to supply Kansas Pacific Railroad workers with buffalo meat and killed 4,282 buffalo in eighteen months. Cody founded "Buffalo Bill's Wild West," a circus-like attraction that toured annually. For all his “colorful” characteristics, he was an early supporter of Native American rights, equal rights for women, and conservation efforts.
Gene Johnson’s portrayal of Cody regales audiences.
 

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