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27. Roughrider Trail - A 17-mile trail paralleling the Missouri River (limited access).

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28. Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park / On-A-Slant Mandan Village - Contains the site of an abandoned Mandan village noted by Clark in his journal. Four earth lodges have been reconstructed.
GPS Coordinates:  46  45. 56 N      100  50. 44 W

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29. Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center - Fort Mandan - Located a few miles downstream of the actual site, this site contains a replica of the Expedition’s 1804-05 winter quarters.
GPS Coordinates:  47 16.88 N  -  101 00.60 W

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30. Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site - Remnants of three Hidatsa villages visited by Lewis and Clark during the 1804-05 winter stay at Fort Mandan. Visitor Center, earth lodge, walk trail and interpretive center.
GPS Coordinates:  47  19.53 N     101  23.04 W

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31. Three Tribes Museum - Four Bears Park - Interpretive center focusing on the Arikara, Mandan, and Hidatsa Indians, including information on Lewis and Clark.

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32. Lewis and Clark State Park - Lewis was shot and seriously wounded by the nearsighted Private Cruzatte in a hunting accident in 1806 approximately 10 miles downstream from the park. Interpretive sign.

32. Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center

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