He battled Native Americans, hunted for buffalo, panned for gold, and rode for the Pony Express. He could ride, shoot, and rope cattle, and he worked as a scout for the Army. Much of what we imagine about the Wild West, from cowboys to stagecoach raids, is because of William "Buffalo Bill" Cody. Books told the stories of his exploits, and his Wild West Show toured the United States and Europe. But which of Buffalo Bill's legends are true, and which are fiction?