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Impressions on a Child

Curated by Jeffrey D

16 objects

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Beautiful art, jewelery, and clothing

Curated by Ilene Slavick

25 objects

Collection of magnificent art, jewelry and clothing

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My Collection

Curated by Jeff Polley

4 objects

Unique, functional items from specific periods

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the northern plain exhibit

Curated by 740126

3 objects

it has amazing things and artifacts

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Western Art - Old Chestnuts and More

Curated by C.B. Searles

25 objects

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Bits and Pieces Of The Wild West

Curated by Laura Rone

4 objects

Select pieces from the 1800s to the very early 1900s as a reminder and reference to our western history.

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Worthy items

Curated by Ben

25 objects

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Jmike3

Curated by 738534

1 object

looks like a bed made with wood

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Wild Wild West

Curated by Mrs. Higgins

31 objects

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wyoming history needing to be saved

Curated by deb wiley

8 objects

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Artifact

Curated by 862646

6 objects

A cool old artifact from the indians

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mat's cataclysm list

Curated by mary ann thompson

25 objects

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Stuff you can Find in the Museum

Curated by Mark Harrington

25 objects

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contest

Curated by Rita Lewis

7 objects

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Native American everyday objects

Curated by 748388

7 objects

In my exhibit I have some everyday object that Native Americans need like the Tipi. The tipi is used everyday along the Native American they use it for shelter some times for foo...

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Nate's Favorites

Curated by Nate Penn

28 objects

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ALF's Exhibit

Curated by ALF

10 objects

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Wendel Marcia

Curated by Wendel Marcia

25 objects

The palette and energy of the west

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Carl J's contest entry

Curated by NancyM

10 objects

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STW exhibit

Curated by Sherman W

25 objects

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Ruthie Cody

Curated by Ruthie CODY

33 objects

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How The West Was Fun

Curated by Jack Petty

25 objects

25 items show the unique history of the American West.

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Native Americans

Curated by 749488

4 objects

My exhibit is about things that native american's have made and kept as a prized possession for the native american's and they also use these things for their hair body and thi...

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Spirit of the West

Curated by rachell

25 objects

25 is not enough! But, for me, these objects best capture that ever-elusive "Spirit of the West" that will likely be obliterated when the super-volcano under Yellowstone erupts. ...

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Alexander Phimister Proctor: very sketchy

Curated by Marg2309

32 objects

If you know anything at all about Alexander Phimister Proctor (1860-1950), you probably know him to be a great sculptor of animals--really big animals. The Proctor Foundation not...

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The animal that put the "cow" in "cowboy"

Curated by Marg2309

16 objects

From 1866 to 1886, cowboys herded something like 20 million cattle from Texas to railheads in Kansas where they were shipped to Chicago and other points East. Because of your ba...

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Curated by Betsy

2 objects

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My exibit is random stuff i like

Curated by 844785

6 objects

I chose the stuff because it caught my eye more than the others.

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Cheyenne Women's Sewing Society objects

Curated by NancyM

10 objects

We here at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West are grateful to online visitor Joel Ratliff, who has added detail and identification information to 10 of the objects in our online...

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Luther School: 3rd Grade Plains Indian Presentation

Curated by Jeannine

43 objects

November 2015 volunteer education program for 2nd and 3rd grade. Emphasis on Crow Nation because they lived on the ground our school is on.

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Art's picks

Curated by Art

25 objects

What I would save first

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Best of the West

Curated by Cowgirl Anne

8 objects

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Home Again, the New American West -

Curated by Barb

24 objects

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The Lower Falls of the Yellowstone

Curated by NancyM

13 objects

The Center of the West's Whitney Western Art Museum has several works of art that depict the Lower Falls of the Yellowstone (often called "Yellowstone Falls") from Artist's Point...

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Old Faithful

Curated by NancyM

9 objects

Perhaps the most famous geyser in the world, Old Faithful is synonymous with Yellowstone National Park, and although the area is highly populated with visitor during the height o...

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Phoenix Rising

Curated by Linda Ordogh

25 objects

In the event of imminent disaster at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, I'll assume that there will be enough advance warning of the supervolcano's eruption to load a truck wit...

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Wagons ho!

Curated by Marg2309

14 objects

How is this for a summer vacation: Missouri to Oregon. 2,000 miles. 5 - 6 months. Walking most of the way. Of course, any ride in a buckboard, stagecoach, buggy, or prairie schoo...

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idk

Curated by 744558

6 objects

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Western Array

Curated by Andypat

25 objects

Beautiful items from or about early western cultures and lands.

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Thomas "Yellowstone" Moran

Curated by Marg2309

19 objects

Artist Thomas Moran (1837 – 1926) is often considered the pivotal figure in efforts to make Yellowstone a national park. In 1871, he accompanied F.V. Hayden’s geological surv...

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Western Art

Curated by Larry Massey

25 objects

Larry's Favorites

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Christmas from the West

Curated by Marg2309

10 objects

Many of the artists represented in the collections of the Whitney Western Art Museum here at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West aren't content to send correspondence without ill...

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Stetson

Curated by Marg2309

17 objects

In 1865, with $100, John B. Stetson rented a small room, bought the tools he needed, purchased $10 worth of fur, and the John B. Stetson Hat Company was born. A year later the "H...

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Charlie Russell

Curated by Kara Fladstol

82 objects

Charles Marion Russell (March 19, 1864 – October 24, 1926),[1][2] also known as C. M. Russell, Charlie Russell, and "Kid" Russell, was an artist of the Old American West. Russe...

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Muster

Curated by gerd pasch

10 objects

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I see by your outfit that you're a cowboy, Buffalo Bill.

Curated by Marg2309

33 objects

And a flashy cowboy he was. William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody did a lot of things: Army scout, buffalo hunter, cavalryman, Pony Express (maybe), and all around general cowboy. Above...

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Hats off to you, ladies.

Curated by Marg2309

18 objects

An issue of Harper's Weekly in 1857 had this to say about hats: "The fashionable female hat is nothing, after all, but a caprice. Let those who pay for it--fifty dollars, more o...

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Runway couture--Buffalo Bill Center of the West style

Curated by Marg2309

13 objects

New York may have its Fashion Week, but the Buffalo Bill Center of the West has some stylish women's wear of its own. From the Cody family to performers in Buffalo Bill's Wild We...

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Walk a mile in my shoes...if you dare

Curated by Marg2309

12 objects

It seems women have always loved shoes. And they couldn't be just any old shoes, they have to be cool, rocking, downright awesome--well, you get the picture. In hard times, thoug...

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Gotta love these gloves...

Curated by Marg2309

27 objects

Smack another in the face with a glove and announce, "I challenge you to a duel!" Carefully remove those long, white gloves in a flirtatious gesture. Don your gloves in order to ...

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