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Rough Riding Tales and Trails

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North Dakota:

 

The Arikara Tribe - Indians With Horns

Bowman County Ghost Towns

Corps of Discovery - The Lewis & Clark Expedition

Forts of North Dakota

Fort Abraham Lincoln - Home to Custer

Fort Totten - Protecting the Totten Trail

Fort Union Trading Post

The Hidatsu Tribe - North Dakota Pioneers

Knife River Indian Villages

Lakota, Dakota, Nakota - The Great Sioux Nation

Lewis & Clark's Fort Mandan

Little Crow - Leader of the Santee Uprising

The Mandans - Friends of the Settlers

The Mighty Missouri River

North Dakota Fun Facts and Trivia

North Dakota Links

Old West Timeline of North Dakota

Rough Riding Theodore Roosevelt

Sitting Bull - Lacota Chief & Holy Man

Shootout at the Pembina Post Office

Theodore Roosevelt National Park

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North Dakota Cowboys

Photo courtesy North Dakota Tourism

 

North Dakota Sunflowers

Country church and sunflowers near Abercrombie,

North Dakota, photo by Sheldon Green,

courtesy North Dakota Tourism

 

Welcome to Legends of the Rough Riders!

From outdoor adventures, to scenic wonders, cultural attractions and a true taste of the western experience, North Dakota has a number of outstanding activities to thrill almost any traveler. Pick up the historic trail of some of America’s greatest legends including Lewis and Clark, Sitting Bull and George Armstrong Custer  as you retrace their footsteps of the past.  

If you’re an outdoor enthusiast, enjoy hiking, biking, canoeing, camping, horseback riding and more at North Dakota's 17 state parks. Take in the views at Theodore Roosevelt National Park where you will see majestic Badlands scenery and wildlife viewing. North Dakota's reputation among outdoor adventurers is legendary, from world-class walleye and perch fishing to unbeatable upland game, waterfowl and big game.

If you enjoy a bit of culture, be sure to check out North Dakota's many museums, art galleries, theaters, real Indian powwows and pioneer heritage.

From the wide eyes of a child to wishing to relive the past, North Dakota offers something for everyone!

Welcome to Legends of the Rough Riders!

Kathy R. Weiser
Editor

 


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