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Historical Markers in Carson, North Dakota

 
Clickable Map of Grant County, North Dakota and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Grant County, ND (3) Adams County, ND (3) Hettinger County, ND (0) Morton County, ND (24) Sioux County, ND (1) Stark County, ND (8)  GrantCounty(3) Grant County (3)  AdamsCounty(3) Adams County (3)  HettingerCounty(0) Hettinger County (0)  MortonCounty(24) Morton County (24)  SiouxCounty(1) Sioux County (1)  StarkCounty(8) Stark County (8)
Carson is the county seat for Grant County
Carson is in Grant County
      Grant County (3)  
ADJACENT TO GRANT COUNTY
      Adams County (3)  
      Hettinger County (0)  
      Morton County (24)  
      Sioux County (1)  
      Stark County (8)  
 
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1North Dakota (Grant County), Carson — Bismarck-Deadwood Stage Trail — Cannonball Stage Station State Historic Site —
In 1877, when the Black Hills were opened to those in search of gold, the Bismarck-Deadwood Stage Trail was established. As it was the closest rail end, the Northwestern Express, Stage, and Transportation Company and several independent freighters . . . Map (db m153197) HM
2North Dakota (Grant County), Carson — Cannonball Stage Station
This is the site of the stagecoach station at the Cannonball Crossing of the Black Hills or Deadwood Trail. Originating at Bismarck, the trail passed through Fort Abraham Lincoln and continued in a southwesterly direction to Deadwood, a distance of . . . Map (db m153099) HM
3North Dakota (Grant County), Carson — Passenger Coaches — Cannonball Stage Station State Historic Site —
The passenger coaches used on the Bismarck-Deadwood Stage Trail were often Concord coaches, usually drawn by four or six horses. The coaches were constructed for rough travel and built to endure the stain of the Dakota terrain. A driver sat at the . . . Map (db m153194) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Oct. 5, 2022