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Standing Rock State Historic Site

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Located two miles east of Little Yellowstone Park, this site is called Inyan Bosendata by Sioux Indians who consider it sacred. The rock, four feet tall and shaped like an inverted cone, stands on a complex of prehistoric burial mounds dating from the Woodland Period (A.D. 0-1400). There is a marker on the site.

Location: Hwy 46, Kathryn North Dakota Telephone 701-328-2666

Other History nearby:
(Valley City) Barnes County Historical Museum
(Ayr) Cass County Pioneer Village
(Jamestown) Fort Seward Interpretive Center
(Jamestown) Frontier Village
(Ft. Ransom) Ft. Ransom State Historic Site
(Jamestown) National Buffalo Museum & Visitor Center

12/11 Coming to The Kathryn area
Scandinavian Hjemkomst and Midwest Viking Festivals Moorhead MN June28-29 The Midwest Viking Festival is an outdoor gathering of craftsmen, musicians and living history enthusiasts, from throughout the upper Midwest, who specialize in bringing the Viking Age back to life.
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.