Reporting from the Center of the West
Through a creative collaboration between the Buffalo Bill Center of the West and Wyoming Public Media, Multimedia Journalist Kamila Kudelska reports about the American West from Cody, Wyoming. Her stories—which include blog posts, audio, and video—can be heard on Wyoming Public Radio, and are also found on Wyoming Public Media's website as well as right here on the Buffalo Bill Center of the West's website.
This unique partnership is made possible through the generosity of the Hal R. and Naoma J. Tate Foundation.
Below, explore Kamila's fascinating stories on contemporary issues in the American West along with its art, history, culture, and much more. She's on the scene...
...Reporting from the Center of the West.
Alexander Phimister Proctor was a known as the sculptor in buckskin. Born in Canada, he fell in love with the American West and most… Read More
The wheellock rifle was invented in the 1500s. These were incredibly popular guns in England during the 1600s so there are many that… Read More
Theodore Roosevelt worked hard during his presidency to conserve the natural resources of the United States. As such, he was often traveling around… Read More
The black footed ferret is a fierce but tiny predator. They are typically under three pounds and 90 percent of their diet is… Read More
At the turn of the century, ethnologists and anthropologists were trying to collect objects from different Plains Indian cultures, since they believed… Read More
The painter, Alfred Jacob Miller, was an early artist explorer depicting the American West. But it turns out, he only went out to the… Read More
The M1 Carbine is a short, light weight rifle that was introduced during World War II and then used throughout most of the rest… Read More
Buffalo Bill Cody’s two story childhood home stands in the courtyard of the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. It’s the largest object in… Read More
It’s Christmas Eve 2000. The curator of the Draper Museum of Natural History, Dr. Charles Preston and his wife… Read More