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Knife River Indian Village National Historic Site
A National Historic Site since 1974, the Knife River Indian Village was a major Native American trade center before becoming a fur trading center in the mid-18th century in what is now known as Stanton.
Set on Knife River, the site is also found on the Missouri River – just north of Bismarck, North Dakota and I-94. Along with the history of the village, interactive exhibits, and cultural sites, the 1,759-acre site includes exotic grasslands, archeological remnants, hardwood forest, and wetlands.
Also, Sacagawea was living at the Knife River Indian Villages when her husband joined the Lewis and Clark expedition as an interpreter.
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