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Fort Buford

Fort Buford was a United States Army Post at the confluence of the Missouri and Yellowstone Rivers in Dakota Territory, present day North Dakota, and the site of Sitting Bull's surrender in 1881.[1]


Detail of map "Dakota Territory", 1878, showing location of Fort Buford (ND) and Fort Buford Military Reservation, partly in North Dakota, partly in Montana
Company C, 2nd Battalion, 13th Infantry, 3 officers, 80 enlisted men and 6 civilians commanded by Capt. (Brevet Lt. Col.) William G. Rankin, first established a camp on the site on June 15, 1866, with orders to build a post, the majority of which was built using adobe and cottonwood enclosed by a wooden stockade. The fort was named after the late Major General John Buford, a Union Army cavalry general during the American Civil War.


StedFort Bufford, Williams County, North Dakota, USA
Breddegrad47.98645880000001
Lengdegrad-104.00064958522026
FilnavnFort_Buford_20101.jpg
Filstørrelse64.33k
Dimensjoner960 x 720
Linket tilCarl Johan Storvik

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