Industrial Revolution: Weekly Salute & Special, William “Buffalo Bill” Cody

By: Industrial Revolution Last Updated: August 18, 2017

IR-William-Cody-2017This week Industrial Revolution salutes William Cody “Buffalo Bill” (1846-1917).
William “Buffalo Bill” Cody was an American soldier, bison hunter, and showman. He was given his nickname during the American Civil War when he supplied the Railroad workers with Buffalo meat, supplying them a total of 4,280 American Buffalo. He had many jobs including a trapper, a bullwhacker, a Pony Express rider, a wagon-master, a stagecoach driver, and a Hotel manager. He received the Medal of Honor in 1872 for his service to the US Army as a scout. He is known as one of the most colorful figures of the American Old West and became famous for his cowboy themed Wild West Shows that toured around the world showcasing his piece of the American West…

This week Industrial Revolution salutes William Cody with: “The Buffalo Bill Burger!”
IR’s hand-pattied juicy burger topped with Cherrywood Smoked Bacon, served on a Pretzel bun with Pepperjack Cheese, Bibb lettuce, Roma Tomato, topped with deep-fried mushrooms and a Spicy Buffalo Blue Cheese Sauce! Served with your choice of Garlic Potato Wedges or Sweet Potato Fries!