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Camp Hancock State Historic Site

This site preserves part of a military post established as Camp Creeley in 1872 to provide protection for work gangs building the Northern Pacific Railroad. The camp's name was changed to Camp Hancock in 1873

Bismarck, ND Forts


Palmer's Spring State Historic Site

Site served as weigh station on Fort Totten-Fort Stevenson Trail. It was here on Aug. 23, 1868, that a mail wagon was attacked by Indians, killing three soldiers from the 31

Bismarck, ND Historic Sites

Things to do Historic Sites near Bismarck, ND

Palmer's Spring State Historic Site

Site served as weigh station on Fort Totten-Fort Stevenson Trail. It was here on Aug. 23, 1868, that a mail wagon was attacke...

Camp Kimball State Historic Site

This was the campsite of the Sibley Expedition on July 22-23, 1863....

Fort Clark State Historic Site

Fort Clark was built in 1830-31 by the American Fur Company to serve a Mandan Indian earthlodge village built on the site in ...

Fort Seward Military Post

Established in 1872 to protect Northern Pacific Railroad workers. Visible remains of foundations and basements....

Chaska (Camp Banks) State Historic Site

Approximate location of Camp Banks, the campsite of the Sibley Expedition on Aug. 2, 1863. An Indian scout, Chaska, died ther...