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Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site [ND]

Fort Union Trading Post was the most important fur trading post on the upper Missouri from 1828 to 1867. At this post, the Assiniboine, Crow, Cree, Ojibway, Blackfeet, Hidatsa, and other tribes traded buffalo robes and other furs for trade goods such as beads, guns, blankets, knives, cookware, and cloth.

The site offers a short film, exhibits, demonstrations, educational programs, and occasional recreational and educational events (including living history events).

 
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