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Clarks Historic Site


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Clarks Historic Site The Grand band of the Pawnee established this village some time after 1823 and remained there until about 1845. There is evidence that other bands lived at Clarks during the 1840s. The village was besieged and burned by the Delaware Indians in 1832. However, many of the Pawnee may have been absent on a hunting expedition when the attack occurred, and the village was rebuilt following their return. - Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


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Clarks Historic Site

The Grand band of the Pawnee established this village some time after 1823 and remained there until about 1845. There is evidence that other bands lived at Clarks during the 1840s. The village was besieged and burned by the Delaware Indians in 1832

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