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Chaska Camp Banks State Historic Site

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Located three miles north of Driscoll, this site marks the approximate location of Camp Banks, an encampment used on August 2, 1863, by the Sibley expedition. Chaska, an Indian Scout, died at Camp Banks and was buried in the fortification ditch that surrounded the campsite. A bronze interpretive plate on a granite column has been placed here as a memorial.

Location: Driscoll North Dakota Telephone 701-328-2666

Other History nearby:
(Driscoll) Chaska Camp Banks State Historic Site
(Mandan) Custer House - Cavalry Square
(Bismarck) Former Governor's Mansion
(Washburn) Ft. Mandan Historical Site
(Steele) Kidder County Courthouse
(Napoleon) Logan County Historical Society

10/22 Coming to The Driscoll area
Brown County Fair Aberdeen SD August12-18 The Brown County Fair has been providing entertainment and promoting family unity since the 1880s. Enjoy the Dacotah Stampede Rodeo and the demolition derby.