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Fort Clark Historic Site
in North Dakota Historical Markers
Historical marker commemorating an early fur trading post along the Missouri River.
posted by: BruceS
location: North Dakota
date approved: 11/23/2007
last visited: never
Lewis & Clark at the Knife River Indian Villages
Historical marker commemorating the time Lewis and Clark spent in the Indian villages near the Knife River in central North Dakota. Sakakawea who accompanied Lewis and Clark on the expedition came from one of these villages.
Fort Mandan (New Marker) - Washburn, North Dakota
Historical marker commemorating Fort Mandan, where Lewis and Clark spent the winter of 1804-5.
date approved: 11/25/2007
Fort Mandan (Old Marker) - Washburn, North Dakota
Historical marker commemoration Fort Mandan where Lewis and Clark spent the winter 1804-05.
last visited: 6/8/2009
Proceeding West - Lake Sakakawea State Park, North Dakota
Historical marker commemorating the role Sakakawea played on the Lewis & Clark Expedition, located at the Lake Sakakawea State Park visitors center.
Historical marker located at the entrance to the Zap City Park commemorating the coal mining in the Zap area.
date approved: 8/8/2007
Bismarck River Warehouse
The history of steamboat navigation presents one of the most colorful phases of North Dakota history.
posted by: plainsdrifter358
date approved: 7/5/2006
last visited: 1/11/2013
This North Dakota State Highway Department Bicentennial Marker is located at an eastbound rest area along Interstate 94 about 10 miles west of Bismarck, North Dakota.
posted by: Marine Biologist
date approved: 6/4/2008
last visited: 5/28/2008
Bismarck to Deadwood Stage Trail
This 240 mile route from Bismarck to Deadwood was authorized by the Territorial Legislature in 1877.
last visited: 9/1/2009
Flasher Centennial Railroad Park 1889 ~ 1989
The Northern Pacific Railroad made Flasher, ND a boom town by 1913, three years after the railroad reached Flasher.
last visited: 5/22/2009
Cannonball Stage Station
This was the fifth stop after Bismarck on the Bismarck-Deadwood Trail.
posted by: WFKellers
date approved: 9/2/2009
last visited: 2/10/2010
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