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Fort Calhoun is located in Washington County just north of Omaha between Omaha and Blair along Highway 75 on the banks of the Missouri River near Fort Atkinson State Historical Park and De Soto National Wildlife Refuge.

The first and largest military pots west of the Missouri River. Fort Calhoun is part of the Omaha, Nebraska-Iowa metro area.

1819-20, named after Secretary of War, John Calhoun, to protect the fur trade.

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