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Friday, May 4, 2018

1:00 P.M. Museum Meeting Room


Gregory Hinton


Writer and historian Gregory Hinton will present a lecture and power point with colorful posters and vintage photographs illuminating the remarkable legacy of William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody (1846-1917) — frontiersman, scout and world-famous showman. Hinton's talk will underscore Cody's deep ties to the Golden State.  From 1877- 1916, Cody’s bond with California was strong, including statewide tours in multiple cities stretching from Oakland to San Diego. Buffalo Bill & California is offered courtesy of the Buffalo Bill Center of the West (BBCW) in Cody, Wyoming, in celebration of the 2017 Buffalo Bill Centennial.        

Gregory Hinton is a   writer, historian and lecturer, based in California. He consults with this nation’s finest Western museums and historical institutions.  A proud Wyoming son, Hinton holds a 2009 Residency at Wyoming’s Ucross Foundation and a 2011 BBCW Resident Fellowship. His newspaper play, Waiting for a Chinook, received its world premiere at the 2013 Snowy Range Summer Theatre Festival in Laramie. In 2015, Hinton was appointed Associate Editor of the Papers of William F. Cody for his abstract, Out West with Buffalo Bill.   Hinton was honored to offer the closing keynote of the 2016 Western Museums Association Annual Meeting in Phoenix. Hinton is currently lecturing around the Golden State with Buffalo Bill & California.