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United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 1908 poster.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Badge presented to Buffalo Bill by UK Queen Victoria on 25 June 1892.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Beer stein engraved to General Cody.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Buffalo Bill's boots.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Buffalo Bill's gauntlet.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Buffalo-head spurs from 1912.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Cody's saddle from 1895.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Cody's wallet (1900) and money belt (1904).
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Photograph of a hunting expedition in the early 1900s.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Photograph of Buffalo Bill with Hunkapa Sioux chief, Sitting Bull, taken in Canada in 1885.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Photograph of Buffalo Bill.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Organ from the Cody family home.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Roulette table from the Irma Hotel, named by Cody after his youngest daughter.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 "The Life I Love" (Detail) by Irwin R Bacon.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Visitors to Buffalo Bill's London shows in 1887.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 "The Life I Love" by Irwin R Bacon who accompanied Cody on a hunting expedition in the Wyoming mountains in 1902.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Portrait of Buffalo Bill by Arthur Goodman, 1903.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 The flight jacket of Amelia Earhart.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 1870 wagon odometer used to determine wagoners' pay.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 The Deadwood Stagecoach.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 "Robes and Meat" is a sketch by Edward Borein, a cowboy artist on Harpers Weekly. He did adverts for Stetson and Aunt Jamima. His friends included Cody, Jack London, Theodore Roosevelt and Annie Oakley. 400 of his sketches exist.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Annie Oakley appeared in Buffalo Bill's shows as a sharp shooter.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Riding habit owned by Annie Oakley (1902 to 1915).
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Annie Oakley's saddle.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Annie Oakley's shotgun case, gloves and trunk.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Annie Oakley's revolver used between 1891 and 1911.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Sitting Bull's finger ring, 1890.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Sitting Bull's pouches.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Feather bonnet from 1898.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Saddle owned by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1885.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Lakota hand drum from 1880.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 "Wyoming String Team" shows a scene familiar to Cody.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Holster owned by Wild Bill Hickok, a friend of Cody's.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Wild Bill Hickok's 1851 Navy revolver.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 "The Herd Bull" by H H Cross, c1879.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Colt 45 single action army revolvers.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Saddle from 1890 and two army guns.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 "Hidden Camp" by Charles Stobie, 1903.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 "The Bighorns from Soldier Creek" by Hans Kleiber.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 "Wyoming" by Edward T Grigware.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Painting showing Cody working as a hunting guide.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 "Night Passage" by Gordon Snidow (1996).
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 Spitoon made of metal.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Draper Natural History Museum
 The Draper Natural History Museum looks at the geography and natural history of Wyoming.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Draper Natural History Museum
 The geography and geology of Wyoming as a large floor map.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Draper Natural History Museum
 Wolf from the taxidermy of Jack D Putnam.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Draper Natural History Museum
 Sabre toothed cat skull.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Draper Natural History Museum
 "Buffalo Drive" by W R Leigh, 1947, based on the indigenous method of hunting buffalo.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Draper Natural History Museum
 Skull comparison between the black bear the grizzly bear and the short faced bear.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Draper Natural History Museum
 160 million year of gypsum crystal.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Draper Natural History Museum
 Portrait of Nancy Draper by William Draper who founded the museum. The museum is one of five at the Buffalo Bill Centre.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Indigenous people living in the plains of North America are the subject of this museum in the Buffalo Bill Centre.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Indigenous people (called "Indians" because of a European navigational error) were moved into log houses.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Log house where Indigenous people were placed.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Photograph of rehoused Cheyenne, c1900.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Lakota Sioux doll.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Lakota dress.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Battle of Little Big Horn, a hide painting by the Lakota Sioux.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Meskwaki turban.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Travelling medicine doll (Crow).
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Cheyenne pevah (sculpture) by Bently Spang.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Cheyenne child taken from his parents and educated in a European manner.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Pipe tomahawk.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Star blanket.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 "The Sand Creek Massacre" of 1864 depicted on a hide painting by Eagle Robe.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 The Sand Creek Massacre. Over 100 Cheyenne men, women and children were killed in one village by American soldiers.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 The Sand Creek Massacre. Cheyenne males had their testicles cut off to make tobacco pouches.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Buffalo from the hide painted "Sand Creek Massacre".
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Spoons and ladles.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Mortar and pestle.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Eagle hat (Crow).
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Ornaments (Tipi).
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Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Crow baby cradle.
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Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Arahapo hide scraper.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Child's teepee (Cheyenne).
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Detail of a Cheyenne child's teepee.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Hidatsa earth lodge.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Blackfoot tobacco cutting board.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Lakota ghost dance shirt.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Painted hide from 1885. The indigenous people of the plains are called "Indians" because of a European navigational error.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Painted hide from 1885 showing a buffalo hunt.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Shoshone painted hide (1885).
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Crow war shirt.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Bow from the northern plains.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Lakota rope.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Blackfoot women were responsible for moving camp.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Painting on hide.
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Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Saddlebags.
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Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Crow dwelling.
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Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Headdress.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Man's shirt from the Dakota region.
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Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Cradles.
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Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Hoe.
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Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Items used for preparing food.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Carved Lakota spoon.
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Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Painting on hide.
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Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Cheyenne storage bag.
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Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Photograph of White Horse, a Pawnee scout, from 1868.
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Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Photograph of a group of Blackfoot men.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Plains Indian Museum
 Crow saddle pack.

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