The Legend of the "Blue Buffalo"
At one time the second largest herd of buffalo in North America would pass through this area.

The legend began during a violent thunderstorm on a cold night in October, 1818, when a young bull was struck by lightning. Because his large body acted as a conductor, he managed to survive the strike. As the young buffalo recovered over many months, his hide and hair slowly became blue.

The Native Americans of the region revered the Blue Buffalo, often spotted traveling within the huge fast-moving herd, as a symbol of survival and faith.

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