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Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site (Geographic Keyword)

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Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site (32WI17) Material Culture Reports, Part VI: Preliminary Analysis of Vertebrate Fauna from the 1968-1972 Excavations (1986)

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Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site (32WI17), Material Culture Reports, Part IX: Personal, Domestic, and Architectural Artifacts (1993)

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Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site (32WI17), Material Culture Reports, Part VII: Building Hardware, Construction Materials, Tools, and Fasteners (1987)

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Between 1968 and 1972, four seasons of archeological investigations were conducted at the Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site, North Dakota. The fort served as the major outpost of the American Fur Company on the Upper Missouri River between 1829 and 1865. Between 1865 and 1867, the U. S. Army utilized the fort facilities as a base of operations against the Northern Plains Indians. The excavations were conducted at the fort in order to obtain structural information concerning...


Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site (32WI17), Material Culture Reports, Part X: Native American Burials and Artifacts (1994)

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A Magnetic Gradiometer Survey of the Waterline Corridor at Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site (2000)

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In August 1999, archeologists from the Midwest Archeological Center conducted a magnetic survey of the existing waterline alignment at Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site. This was done as the first phase of a three-phase project whose overall goal is to assist the park in achieving Section 106 compliance in conjunction with proposed Fiscal Year 2000 installation of a new waterline. The routes of the current waterline and its replacement transect two known significant sites - the...


Monitoring of Bluff Contouring: Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site (1992)

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The purpose of the archeological work conducted at the Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site was to monitor the removal of excess fill material from the bluff south of Fort Union. Sometime after Fort Union was abandoned, a large gravel pit was dug west of the Fort. This pit removed a section of the bluff in front (south) of the Fort and part of the Fort’s southwest Bastion. After the establishment of Fort Union as a National Historic Site efforts were made to fill the eastern part of...


Utility Trench Monitoring along the West and North Walls, Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site, North Dakota (2003)

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The park plans to upgrade its telephone and alarm system. Trenching along the palisade was required to lay the new utility lines. Archeological monitoring was required since portions of this area were believed not to have been disturbed by previous excavation activity associated with the fort reconstruction work from 1986-1989.

Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America