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Buffalo Bill at the End
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Image by Pete Zarria
Harry Tammen was a co-founder of the Denver Post. He was also a rat bastard. Tammen wanted to own a circus so he conjured up the Sells-Floto Circus. He wanted a name to help promote it. He had a chance to ensnare Buffalo Bill.

Buffalo Bill was an easy touch for a friend or anyone. He was very generous. In North Platte, when a new show came in, the kids would all go find what bar Bill was drinking in and ask to go. Cody always took care of them. He loved children and get rich quick schemes.

Bill had interest in a couple of mines in Oracle, AZ, he sunk 0,000 dollars into them for nothing. He was robbed. He needed cash and Harry Tammen loaned him ,000 and bought his soul in 1911 after a tough year for the Wild West with Pawnee Bill Lillie, his partner by then.

Bill continued to work the last few years of life. All he was required to do was salute the crowd from the saddle. He was so old by this time and his back so wrecked by decades of horse riding, he couldn't even mount a horse by himself. An aide would put him up in the saddle, a curtain would fall. Then the aide would take him off. A sad end to one of the most celebrated Americans in history. He died in Denver 1917.


The End of the Trail
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Image by Pete Zarria
This is just a couple of years before he died in 1917. He was forced to keep working up to near the end.

Harry Tammen was a co-founder of the Denver Post. He was also a rat bastard. Tammen wanted to own a circus so he conjured up the Sells-Floto Circus. He wanted a name to help promote it. He had a chance to ensnare Buffalo Bill.

Buffalo Bill was an easy touch for a friend or anyone. He was very generous. In North Platte, when a new show came in, the kids would all go find what bar Bill was drinking in and ask to go. Cody always took care of them. He loved children and get rich quick schemes.

Bill had interest in a couple of mines in Oracle, AZ, he sunk 0,000 dollars into them for nothing. He was robbed. He needed cash and Harry Tammen loaned him ,000 and bought his soul in 1911 after a tough year for the Wild West with Pawnee Bill Lillie, his partner by then.

Bill continued to work the last few years of life. All he was required to do was salute the crowd from the saddle. He was so old by this time and his back so wrecked by decades of horse riding, he couldn't even mount a horse by himself. An aide would put him up in the saddle, a curtain would fall. Then the aide would take him off. A sad end to one of the most celebrated Americans in history. He died in Denver 1917.

 
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