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        Lewis and Clark Pathways | Fort Union

        Fort Union was a fur trading post along the Missouri River in what is now western North Dakota. European settlers and Native Americans both came and traded at this post with Its whitewashed walls seen for miles across the prairie. The river served as the transportation artery for the fort, whose daily life is now explained by living historians.

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