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Where the Buffalo Roam

epictions of the wildlife of the American West were very popular at the turn of the 20th century. With “civilization” encroaching ever further on the open prairies, the public was feeling nostalgic about the old ways of, which persuasively translates the beast’s muscular frame, shaggy coat, and impassive, powerful expression into bronze.

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