“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 Garrison, North Dakota

Clickable Map of McLean 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> McLean County, ND (21) Burleigh County, ND (43) Dunn County, ND (3) McHenry County, ND (1) Mercer County, ND (32) Mountrail County, ND (1) Oliver County, ND (2) Sheridan County, ND (1) Ward County, ND (31)  McLeanCounty(21) McLean County (21)  BurleighCounty(43) Burleigh County (43)  DunnCounty(3) Dunn County (3)  McHenryCounty(1) McHenry County (1)  MercerCounty(32) Mercer County (32)  MountrailCounty(1) Mountrail County (1)  OliverCounty(2) Oliver County (2)  SheridanCounty(1) Sheridan County (1)  WardCounty(31) Ward County (31)
Washburn is the county seat for McLean County
Garrison is in McLean County
      McLean County (21)  
      Burleigh County (43)  
      Dunn County (3)  
      McHenry County (1)  
      Mercer County (32)  
      Mountrail County (1)  
      Oliver County (2)  
      Sheridan County (1)  
      Ward County (31)  
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1 North Dakota, McLean County, Garrison — Custer Coal Mine
Custer Mine, owned and operated by the Truax Traer Coal Company, was a working surface mine from 1947-1964. The surface or strip mining method of coal mining is used when the coal seam is near the surface of the ground. The lignite coal was mined . . . Map (db m164410) HM
2 North Dakota, McLean County, Garrison — Land of Strange Disappearances
People have lived in the area now called North Dakota for over 12,000 years. The people of prehistoric times were nomadic hunters and gatherers. More recent Native American tribes of this area include the Mandan, Arikara and Hidatsa. These . . . Map (db m164407) HM
3 North Dakota, McLean County, Garrison — Wildlife Area Evolves From Coal Mine
The transition from a working coal mine to today's Custer Mine Wildlife Management Area took place over many years. While the coal mine was still in operation, local residents started planting trees on the mine spoil banks. The trees were . . . Map (db m164412) HM
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Apr. 21, 2024