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Danish Windmill imported from Denmark and rebuilt in Kenmare North Dakota

Danish Windmill imported from Denmark and rebuilt in Kenmare North Dakota

The only Danish Mill in the United States. Built in 1902 by Christian C. Jensen on his homestead. Moved to Kenmare location in 1959.

The only Danish Mill in the United States. Built in 1902 by Christian C. Jensen on his homestead. Moved to Kenmare location in 1959.

Antoine Blanc Gingras's hand-hewn oak log store and home are among the few tangible remains of the fur trade in the Red River Valley. (via State Historical Society of North Dakota)

Antoine Blanc Gingras's hand-hewn oak log store and home are among the few tangible remains of the fur trade in the Red River Valley. (via State Historical Society of North Dakota)

This Charming Town In North Dakota Is Perfect For A Summer Day Trip

This Charming Town In North Dakota Is Perfect For A Summer Day Trip

These 8 Theaters In North Dakota Will Give You An Unforgettable Viewing Experience

Known historically as "the Gateway to the Dakotas," Fort Abercrombie was the first permanent United States military fort established in what was to become North Dakota. It was also the only post in the area to be besieged by Dakota (Sioux) warriors for more than six weeks during the Dakota conflict of 1862. During the Dakota Conflict, Minnesota Volunteer soldiers manned the fort when area settlers sought shelter there.

Known historically as "the Gateway to the Dakotas," Fort Abercrombie was the first permanent United States military fort established in what was to become North Dakota. It was also the only post in the area to be besieged by Dakota (Sioux) warriors for more than six weeks during the Dakota conflict of 1862. During the Dakota Conflict, Minnesota Volunteer soldiers manned the fort when area settlers sought shelter there.

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