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Fort Abercrombie State Historic Site - Images & Resources

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To allow for proper social distancing, sites will operate at reduced capacity. Touchable exhibit components will remain closed, and site tours may be limited for visitor and staff safety. The agency would also like to remind visitors to follow the CDC's recommendations on social distancing and personal hygiene while visiting state historic sites. See our guidelines for visiting.

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Oxcart Train
Ferry crossing the Red River north of Fort Abercrombie
Morrow's Gallery
doctors' quarters at Fort Abercrombie
Officers' Quarters at Fort Abercrombie
Fort Abercrombie in the distance
early ladies of Fort Abercrombie
brewery at Fort Abercrombie
sketch of Fort Abercrombie
Fort Abercrombie view from across the river, 1869
Steamboats on the Red River
stage arriving at Fort Abercrombie sketch
Andrew Myrick portrait
drawing of interior of Fort Abercrombie
Sioux and Chippewa at a peace conference, Ft Abercrombie, 1870
bastion in background with ghosted building
close up of bastion and door
exterior of bastion and palisade wall
bastion and palisade
reconstructed bastion and original guard house

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35 miles south of Fargo
County Hwy-22
Abercrombie, ND 58001
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Museum - Open by appointment only through Oct. 31.

Site grounds with outdoor interpretive signs open year-round.

Contact Fort Abercrombie:
phone: 701.553.8513

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phone: 701.328.2666
fax: 701.328.3710
email: history@nd.gov