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Fort Cody Trading Post - Old West Museum

Fort Cody Trading Post - Old West Museum
221 Halligan Drive

Fort Cody Trading Post is home to some of the finest authentic cowboy gear west of the Mississippi.  View vintage chaps, boots, hats, and saddles made by such makers as F.A. Meanea, August Buerman, Stetson, J.S. Collins, and R.T. Frazier. All pieces on display are identified and dated.

Also on display are US Calvary and Indian Wars items, Native American beadwork and costumes, Skookum dolls, and local historical items. Fort Cody even has a letter written by Louisa Cody, wife of Buffalo Bill, as well as a document that Bill himself signed!

On display are mounts of all kinds... buffalo, moose, coyote, elk, even the prize Harold Sukraw Hereford bull from the North Platte area, to name a few. Everyone is fascinated with the little two-headed calf that was born years ago in the Nebraska Sandhills.

At Fort Cody Trading Post you can be assured of a fun visit and a great learning experience of the history of Nebraska and the Wild West!

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