When Buffalo Bill died in Denver in January 1917, a caisson bearing his body passed through the streets of downtown, with a final stop at the State Capitol. There he lay in state in the rotunda while 25,000 filed by to pay their respects. Five months later, when he was put to rest on Lookout Mountain, another 20,000 attended the ceremony. He was one of the most famous people of his era and continues to be a symbol of the American West. Join Steve Friesen, director of the Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave, as he explores the history of this iconic character of the past and celebrates his life in the 100th anniversary of the year of his death.