The Buffalo Bill Center of the West encompasses a research library and five museums: the Buffalo Bill Museum; the Whitney Western Art Museum; the Cody Firearms Museum; the Draper Natural History Museum; and the Plains Indian Museum. First imagined by William “Buffalo Bill” Cody himself, the center has celebrated the American’s West’s unique and enduring culture for nearly a century. The NEH has supported the center since 1978, providing funding to help it reach the public through art, science, culture, and history.
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