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Her insight assisted in pinning down the location of the hospital during the duration of the fort, as well as location of the weather instruments. Considering the paucity of information regarding weather instrument locations at/near Army hospitals during the 19th Century, Norma’s knowledge was especially beneficial. ii. List of illustrations.
Fort Sisseton near Britton, South Dakota was established in 1864. As Fort Sisseton Historic State Park, it was designated as a State Historical Park in 1959. Fort Sisseton is listed on the . National Register of Historic Places
Fort Sisseton near Britton, South Dakota was established in 1864. National Register of Historic Places. It has 14 of its original buildings remaining. The fort with 35 acres (14 ha) was listed on the National Register in 1973. The listing included 15 contributing buildings and 9 contributing sites.
Chilson's history of Fort Sisseton. Biography, History, History, Local, Local History.
Chilson's history of fort sisseton - norman johnson - esco pub 1996 - pbk first. Chilson NY Essex County Agawam Truck Gas Station Store Real Photo Postcard. Chilson Scare Gildan Women's Tee T-Shirt.
Johnson, Norma Nordstrom 1996 Chilson’s History of Fort Sisseton. Esco Publishing, Pierre, S. oogle Scholar. Knutson, Clifford 2011 Fort Juelson and the Indian Scare of 1876. Otter Tail Historical Society, Fergus Falls, M. Long, Stephen H. 1860 Voyage in a Six-Oared Skiff to the Falls of Saint Anthony in 1817. Minnesota Historical Society Press, St. Paul. Riggs, Samuel R. 1872 Mounds of Minnesota Valley.
The combination of 1800's atmosphere and period Christmas activities like sleigh rides and roasting chesnuts creates some very fun photos. A HUGE HUGE shout to the Conservation Techs, Foremen and seasonals who came to Fort Sisseton yesterday and today to assist us in the restoration of the Commanding Officers Quarters. They removed paint from the floors (all floors are remaining), applied Tung oil to the hospital floor, fixed cracks on walls and ceiling and fixed cracks on the door.
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