North Dakota National Historic Landmarks (clickable map)
List of National Historic Landmarks in North Dakota contains the landmarks designated by the U.S. Federal Government for the U.S. state of North Dakota. There are 6 National Historic Landmarks (NHLs) in North Dakota.
Also included is a National Historic Site that is not also NHL-designated.
Current National Historic Landmarks [edit ]
Landmark name [1 ] Image Date designated [1 ] Locality [1 ] [2 ] County [1 ] Description [2 ] 1 Frederick A. and Sophia Bagg Bonanza Farm April 5, 2005 Mooreton 46°15′11″N 96°51′57″W / 46.253056°N 96.865833°W Richland Preserved bonanza farm. 2 Big Hidatsa Village Site July 19, 1964 Stanton 47°21′41″N 101°23′22″W / 47.361255°N 101.389541°W Mercer Largest of 3 villages preserved in Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site. 3 Fort Union Trading Post July 4, 1961 Buford 47°59′58″N 104°02′26″W / 47.999444°N 104.040556°W Williams Most important fur trading post on the upper Missouri until 1867. Visitors included John James Audubon, George Catlin, Father Pierre DeSmet, Sitting Bull, Karl Bodmer, and Jim Bridger. 4 Huff Archeological Site February 18, 1997 Huff 46°37′07″N 100°38′33″W / 46.618611°N 100.6425°W Morton Former fortified village of the Mandan, on the bank of Lake Oahe. Archaeological site, now a state park open to the public. 5 Lynch Knife River Flint Quarry July 13, 2011 near Dunn Center 47°21′12″N 102°37′22″W / 47.353333°N 102.622778°W Dunn 6 Menoken Indian Village Site July 19, 1964 Bismarck 46°50′29″N 100°31′06″W / 46.841495°N 100.518386°W Burleigh Site of village in 1200s CE, now a state park. Historic areas of the NPS in North Dakota [edit ] National Historic Sites, National Historical Parks, some National Monuments, and certain other areas listed in the National Park system are historic landmarks of national importance that are highly protected already, often before the inauguration of the NHL program in 1960, and are then often not also named NHLs per se. There are two of these in North Dakota. The National Park Service lists these two together with the NHLs in the state, [3 ] Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site is also an NHL and is listed above. The other one is: See also [edit ] References [edit ]