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The two oak trees flanking the sidewalk are dedicated to the memory of Ray Schlosser. Ray was the caretaker of this rest area from 1969 to 1995. He was a farmer before he became caretaker, and his dedication made this rest area an "Oasis on the pr…
World's Largest Buffalo
Erected 1959 By
City of Jamestown & Chamber of Commerce
Length 46 Ft. Width 14 Ft.
Heigth 26 Ft. Weight 60 Tons
Elmer Paul Peterson - Sculptor
The vast prairies of America have been described by many people as "an ocean of grass." This region of the country is considered either shortgrass or midgrass prairie, depending on the soil moisture, precipitation, and relative humidify in a give …
The Yellowstone Trail was the first transcontinental automobile highway through he United States northern tier. The highway was created from a grassroots movement of local volunteers and originated near this location.
Guided to Hiddenwood Cliff by Sioux and Arikara scouts, General George Armstrong Custer and the 7th Cavalry camped on this famed buffalo hunting spot on July 8, 1874. The Custer Expedition was on its way to the Black Hills in South Dakota and its …
In 1882 and 1883, the American buffalo made their last stand here in the valley of Hiddenwood and within a 30-mile range of this area. Hiddenwood Cliff, directly opposite across Hiddenwood Creek, was an ancient landmark for buffalo hunting tribes …
Fort Seward, formerly Fort Cross, was established June 3, 1872. The post was built on a bluff overlooking the confluence of the James River and Pipestone Creek. Although the Sioux Indians had recently been settled on reservations, occasional raidi…
A United States military post providing quarters for two companies of infantry. It was named for Wm H. Seward, wo served as Secretary of State under Abraham Lincoln.
The post protected workers who were building the Northern Pacific Railway and …
The Heirs of
A public spirited citizen
The Father of Jamestown
Have given this park to the public for purposes of recreation and enjoyment.
Old maps of the Northwest apply the name of Dakota to the James River. The junction of the
Can Sa Sa (James River) and the Pipestem, where Jamestown is now located, was a favorite place for getting together among the Indians before the coming of…