Kansas Statutes Chapter 76. State Institutions and Agencies; Historical Property § 76-2032. Boyhood home of Colonel William F. Cody to be acquired as historical landmark
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The boyhood home of Colonel William F. Cody known throughout the world as “Buffalo Bill” being located in Salt Creek Valley, Kickapoo township in Leavenworth county, Kansas, is hereby declared to possess unusual public interest due to his name having gone down in history as one of the great early pioneering characters of America. The foregoing being established facts, it is further declared that acquisition of these lands would make possible the preservation of Kansas early historical lore of unusual public interest.
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