Early settlers, cattle & sheep ranchers settled in the northwest corner of South Dakota. History of the museum, artifacts, and the One Room School House is shown in the video. The video is simply a stop gap until you can make the trip on SD Highway 85 through Harding County, to see for yourself. A copy of the skull of a T-Rex that was discovered in Harding County, is named by Stan by it's discoverer Stan Sacrison. If you happen to notice the same last name of my own, Stan is a brother-in-law of mine and has quite a history of finding fossils in the area. If you care to see more about dinosaurs and Stan, the Black Hills Institute is a great place to stop in Hill City, SD. Harding County is an amazing land with natural formations to see and appreciate. Note here two videos one for the Buffalo Museum and one of Black Hills Institute in Hill City, SD.
Please take a minute and walk across the street from the Buffalo Museum to another great display and attraction with interesting written depictions of Tipperary, history of the settlers, and the history of the area. It's called the Great Western Cattle Trail. You'll want to see both when you venture to this corner of SD. It's always a place to stop on your way through to Medora, ND, and the Teddy Roosevelt Historical State Park as well, or make it your destination.
The Pictures Below are in the Video as well.