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Buffalo Bill Cody
Born William Frederick Cody

February 26, 1846
Le Claire, Iowa, U.S.
Died January 10, 1917 (aged 70)
Denver, Colorado, U.S.

Cause of death Kidney failure

Cody's Masonic story begins with his petition to Platte Valley Lodge, at that time at Fort McPherson and under dispensation of the Grand Lodge of Nebraska, on Saturday February 12, 1870. The minutes show that the Lodge received five petitions for initiation in the first meeting they conducted, one of which was Cody's.
At their second meeting on February 26, 1870, Cody was elected to receive the degrees and the Entered Apprentice degree was conferred on March 5, 1870. The Lodge closed at midnight, after conferring four other Entered Apprentice degrees and two Fellow Craft degrees. On Saturday, April 2, 1870, Cody was found proficient and passed to the degree of Fellow Craft. He was examined on the second degree on April 23rd but failed that night's test. The next time his name appeared in the minutes was January 10, 1871 when he reballotted and was elected to receive the Master Mason degree. He remained a Mason all his life.

So why the two funerals? Surely the answer lies in Cody's extraordinary fame. Cody's exploits, real and imagined were the subject of an estimated 1700 dime novels. But Cody's real exploits were no less fantastic; his first attempt at what would become his Wild West Show occurred when he escorted visiting Russian Grand Duke Alexei Alexandrovich to a camp that included arranged buffalo hunts, a war dance done by friendly Indians and a terrifying stage coach ride in 1872. By 1883, the Wild West Show was so popular that it appeared at the Chicago World's Fair. Four years later, Cody took the show to Europe during the celebration of Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee. The performances sold out with an estimated 2 1/2 million tickets sold, as well as a personal performance for Queen Victoria herself. Buffalo Bill's last performance was at Portsmouth, Virginia, where he became ill with a cold and headed for his Wyoming ranchix. Cody died on January 10, 1917, at the age of 71. Although it was known that he suffered from an enlarged prostate and rheumatism in his later years, the official cause of Cody's death was "uremic poisoning" or kidney failure.

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