The Buffalo Bill Story
Buffalo Bill was buried on Lookout Mountain in 1917 to support his appreciation of the “best view in Colorado.” He was a genuine hero and notorious showman who appreciated the American Indian and paid women the same as men. The Pahaska Tepee was built below the grave to provide a gift shop and restaurant to visitors within Denver’s park in 1922. Denver built the Buffalo Bill Museum next door in 1970. This video is approximately 15 minutes in lenght.
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