McLeod worked for Charles Allard, one of the largest stock owners on the Flathead Reservation. He herded Allard's famous buffalo herd and even rode buffalo for Allard's short-lived Wild West Show in 1893. In later years McLeod tried his hand at farming, at a harness and shoe repair shop, and in the taxi business, but these enterprises never provided the excitement and danger of his cowboy work. It was the labor and experiences of men like McLeod that built the modern Flathead Reservation community and economy.
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