Bill Cody
 Buffalo Bill Cody

Bill Cody William Frederick Cody

Born: February 26,1846 in Scottia, Iowa
Died: January 10, 1917 in Denver, Colorado

     Better known as Buffalo Bill Cody, he was a legend in his own time. Buffalo Bill Cody had a short but illustrious career as a Pony Express rider

     Bill Cody moved into the profession of  Army scout.  He enjoyed the work but had much higher expectations for his life

    The name of Buffalo Bill Cody drew prominence from buffalo hunter work he did

    Bill Cody found his meaning in life as a showman in his Wild West Show which traveled throughout America and Europe

     Bill Cody Performed his rendition of the American West to the world

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