“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Dunn County, North Dakota

Clickable Map of Dunn County, North Dakota and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Dunn County, ND (3) Billings County, ND (50) McKenzie County, ND (21) McLean County, ND (10) Mercer County, ND (32) Mountrail County, ND (1) Stark County, ND (8)  DunnCounty(3) Dunn County (3)  BillingsCounty(50) Billings County (50)  McKenzieCounty(21) McKenzie County (21)  McLeanCounty(10) McLean County (10)  MercerCounty(32) Mercer County (32)  MountrailCounty(1) Mountrail County (1)  StarkCounty(8) Stark County (8)
Manning is the county seat for Dunn County
Adjacent to Dunn County, North Dakota
      Billings County (50)  
      McKenzie County (21)  
      McLean County (10)  
      Mercer County (32)  
      Mountrail County (1)  
      Stark County (8)  
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1North Dakota, Dunn County, Dunn Center — A Mystery Exposed
Near Fourth Street Southwest east of Olson Lane.
In 1989, inspection of the Lake Ilo dam found that critical maintenance was needed. A notch cut into the spillway lowered the water about 7 feet so the work could be completed. The exposed lake bed revealed remarkable discoveries and mysteries of . . . Map (db m153143) HM
2North Dakota, Dunn County, Dunn Center — Chelsey and Polly Dinkins Memorial DamRefuge Manager and Wife — 1936-1983 —
On 5th Street SW, 0.3 miles south of 4th Street SW, on the right when traveling south.
Chelsey and Polly Dinkins played a major role in the construction and operation of this dam and National Wildlife Refuge known as Lake Ilo. Chelsey Dinkins was the foreman of the Works Progress Administrations (WPA) crew that built the dam in . . . Map (db m152944) HM
3North Dakota, Dunn County, Killdeer — Killdeer MountainTachawakute (The Place Where They Kill Deer)*
On Killdeer Mount Battlefield Road, on the right when traveling north.
On July 28, 1864, a U.S. military force, commanded by General Alfred Sully, attacked several groups of the Dakota, Nakota, and Lakota (Sioux) Nations camped at this location. Major Sioux leaders included Medicine Bear and Sitting Bull. Sully's force . . . Map (db m152945) HM
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Feb. 3, 2023