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Fort Buford State Historic Site
At the junction of the Missouri and Yellowstone rivers lies the site of Fort Buford, which went up in 1866 in northwestern North Dakota. It is most notable as the surrender site for Sitting Bull in 1881.
You can still see original items such as a stone powder magazine, cemetery site, and a former officers’ quarters which now serves as an on-site museum. To get to Fort Buford, follow ND Highway 1804 about 23 miles south and west from Williston. The Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center is located one half-mile to the west.
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