Buffalo Bill announces that he will pass through Cooke City from Sheridan about the 23rd of this month with 25 stages loaded with newspaper correspondents and reporters on their way over the new route to the Park. It is expected that there will be considerable snow in the Park at that time to great the enterprising gentlemen. [It is unclear if Buffalo Bill did indeed make this trip.]
The Helena Independent, March 18, 1893
SIXTEEN DAYS’ RUN
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