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Film of a Buffalo Dance from 1894

Indians perform a Buffalo dance

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The Buffalo Hunter
When Buffalo Bill explained to Spotted Tail about the trip, he apparently said, "Great white man wants a big hunt with the Indians." Buffalo Bill also arranged for the Indians to put on a show for the Duke. The Grand Duke, who was 19, had a great time, especially when he went on a mad ride in a stagecoach behind six wild horses with Buffalo Bill holding the reins. All in all, they went on the most famous buffalo hunt ever held.
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VIDEO CREDIT: Dickson, W.K.L. producer. "Buffalo dance" Thomas A. Edison, Inc. 1894. Inventing Entertainment: The Motion Pictures and Sound Recordings of the Edison Companies, Library of Congress.