North American Indians (Assiniboine) are gathered near tepees and lodges outside of Fort Union, a fur trade post, near the Montana boarder in North Dakota. The Fort is a log stockade with guard towers. Trade goods in crates and barrels are on the...
Assiniboine Indians--North Dakota--Fort Union--1850-1860.; Fort Union (N.D.)--1850-1860.; Forts & fortifications--North Dakota--Fort Union--1850-1860.; Fur trade--North Dakota--Fort Union--1850-1860.; Indian encampments--North Dakota--Fort...
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