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Fort Museum at Fort Dodge Celebrates 50th Anniversary

Fort Museum at Fort Dodge Celebrates 50th Anniversary

The Fort Museum, located in Fort Dodge, Iowa, is celebrating their 50th Anniversary with a new website, commemorative pin, historic building and exhibit updates and educational programs.

History comes alive at the Fort Museum located at the intersections of Business 20 and Highway 169 in Fort Dodge. This year the Fort Museum celebrates 50 years and invites everyone to "Experience Your History" as they visit the historical buildings and exhibits.

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Historic Graveyards

Deadwood's Other Graveyard: Historic Saint Ambrose Cemetery Has a Future

Deadwood's Other Graveyard: Historic Saint Ambrose Cemetery Has a Future Some simply call it Deadwood's other cemetery, while others don't even know that it's there, but all that's about to change for the Black Hills' historic Saint Ambrose Cemetery.

Established as a Catholic graveyard around 1880 by Deadwood's Saint Ambro...
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Dude Ranches

Dude Ranching in the West Offers the Perfect Getaway for Family Vacations

Dude Ranching in the West Offers the Perfect Getaway for Family Vacations Imagine a place where your teenager can't have a cell phone, a video game, or a television, and yet has such a good time they weep when it's time to leave, and beg you to come back.

There really are such places. They're called dude ranches.
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Historic Towns

Celebrate St. Louis’ 250th Anniversary with the National Park Service

Celebrate St. Louis’ 250th Anniversary with the National Park Service In celebration of the City of St. Louis' 250th anniversary, on Saturday, Feb. 15, 2014, the National Park Service will host free special events to recognize the rich history of the city and the deep passion of its early founders.

At 11 a.m., living hi...
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Museums

Center of the West Presents Presidential Perspectives of Yellowstone

Center of the West Presents Presidential Perspectives of Yellowstone

Ten American presidents have visited Yellowstone National Park, and of these, five delivered speeches about the park during or shortly after their visit.

On Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2014, Associate Professor Dr. Ross Eaman of Carleton University, Ottawa, Can...

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