“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Fort Rice, North Dakota

Clickable Map of Morton 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> Morton County, ND (24) Burleigh County, ND (39) Emmons County, ND (0) Grant County, ND (3) Mercer County, ND (32) Oliver County, ND (0) Sioux County, ND (1) Stark County, ND (8)  MortonCounty(24) Morton County (24)  BurleighCounty(39) Burleigh County (39)  EmmonsCounty(0) Emmons County (0)  GrantCounty(3) Grant County (3)  MercerCounty(32) Mercer County (32)  OliverCounty(0) Oliver County (0)  SiouxCounty(1) Sioux County (1)  StarkCounty(8) Stark County (8)
Mandan is the county seat for Morton County
Fort Rice is in Morton County
      Morton County (24)  
      Burleigh County (39)  
      Emmons County (0)  
      Grant County (3)  
      Mercer County (32)  
      Oliver County (0)  
      Sioux County (1)  
      Stark County (8)  
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1North Dakota, Morton County, Fort Rice — Fort Rice
Fort Rice was a United States military post established to provide protection for white settlers who had just commenced to penetrate the territory of Dakota and as a military base for operations against hostile Indian tribes. The post was . . . Map (db m154080) HM WM
2North Dakota, Morton County, Fort Rice — Fort Rice After General Sully's ExpeditionsFort Rice State Historic Site
In 1866-1868, Indian councils were held at the post. The most important of these was the Great Council with the Sioux bands in July 1886. A key leader of the Lakota, Thathanka Iyotake (Sitting Bull), refused to participate. Father Pierre Jean De . . . Map (db m154294) HM WM
3North Dakota, Morton County, Fort Rice — The Founding of Fort RiceFort Rice State Historic Site
Fort Rice was established on July 7, 1864, by General Alfred H. Sully as a field base during his 1864 expedition. The fort was named for Brigadier General James Clay Rice of Massachusetts who was killed in battle during the Civil War. Fort Rice was . . . Map (db m154247) HM
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Feb. 7, 2023