<< Previous Next >> Kansas Farm Journal, 25 Mar 1926 Manhattan, Kansas Matt Barrigan oil Saline county, reputed to have killed the last bison (“buffalo”) that roamed the Kansas plains, a pioneer and a crack shot, died recently from injuries in a motor accident caused by dazzling lights.   Yellowstone National Park Ad July 7 1926   Harrisburg Telegraph Harrisburg Pennsylvania Aug 11 1926 The thrilling life and adventures of Buffalo Bill “BUFFALO ,BILL UNSLUNG HIS RIFLE, AND, BALANCING HIMSELF, TURNED HALF ROUND. AND FIRED, AND, DOWN TO THE GROUND DROPPED THE LEADING BISON BUFFALO BILL has always been one of America’s outstanding … Read more


<< Previous Next >> Lansing State Journal Lansing Michigan May 16 1928 Buffalo Weakens Fence The buffalo, or bison , a huge animal has left the marks of his residence on the fences surrounding the yard where he has been kept. Several metal bars supporting the fence have been bent out of shape where he has rushed against the fence. It is expected that a stronger fence will be necessary, as the one now is use may give way if he rushes against it where the weak spots exists. The young animal born this spring who has among his ancestors some … Read more