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Historic Sites

Big Hidatsa Village Site
Stanton, North Dakota

The pioneers, dispatched by President Jefferson to explore the new land recently acquir

Chateau De Mores
Medora, North Dakota

Among the Marquis' enterprises were a beef packing plant, a stagecoach line, a freighti

Cowboy Hall Of Fame
Medora, North Dakota

Display areas interpret and honor Native Americans, trail drivers, homesteaders, ranche

Dakota Dinosaur Museum
Dickinson, North Dakota

The museum contains 11 full-scale dinosaurs displayed in a Triassic-Cretaceous time con

Double Ditch
Bismarck, North Dakota

According to Mandan oral history, Double Ditch was one of seven to nine villages simult

Fargo Air Museum
Fargo, North Dakota

One of the main attractions of the museum is a full-scale replica of a Wright Brothers

Former Governor's Mansion
Bismarck, North Dakota

At various times he was a wholesale liquor dealer, register of the Bismarck Land Office

Fort Abercrombie
Abercrombie, North Dakota

It was also the only post in the area to be besieged by Dakota (Sioux) warriors for mor

Fort Buford
Williston, North Dakota

Fort Buford was a United States Army base established in 1866 at the confluence of the

Fort Clark Trading Post
Fort Clark, North Dakota

Fort Clark Trading Post State Historic Site is one of the most important archeological

Fort Totten
Fort Totten, North Dakota

Initially, the fort policed the surrounding reservation.

Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site
Williston, North Dakota

At this post, the Assiniboine, Crow, Cree, Ojibway, Blackfeet, Hidatsa, and other tribe

Gingras Trading Post
Walhalla, North Dakota

Métis, meaning "mixed blood" or "mixed race," is a term used by people of combined Indi

Joachim Regional Museum
Dickinson, North Dakota

The Joachim museum includes art and history exhibits of regional significance, features

Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site
Stanton, North Dakota

Knife River is made up of three large villages and is the site of the friendly relation

Lake Region Heritage Center
Minot, North Dakota

LRHC was formed in 1974 and acquired the post office in 1977.

Lewis And Clark Interpretive Center
Washburn, North Dakota

The displays include Native American artifacts, a buffalo robe visitors will be able to

National Buffalo Museum
Jamestown, North Dakota

The mission of the North Dakota Buffalo Foundation (NDBF) is to foster awareness of the

North Dakota Heritage Center
Bismarck, North Dakota

The museum explores not only the history of North Dakota's human settlement, but also i

North Dakota Institute For Regional Studies
Fargo, North Dakota

The Institute for Regional Studies, founded at North Dakota State University in 1950, s

Pembina State Museum
Pembina, North Dakota

The area was home to several groups of native peoples, including the Ojibwe, Dacotah, A

Pioneer Trails Regional Museum
Bowman, North Dakota

Research areas at the center include anthropology, archaeology, astronomy, botany, gene

Theodore Roosevelt National Park
Medora, North Dakota

Theodore Roosevelt first came to the badlands in September 1883 on a hunting trip.

Whitestone Hill Battlefield
Kulm, North Dakota

On September 3, 1863, General Alfred Sully's troops attacked a tipi camp of Yanktonai,