Killdeer Mountain Battlefield site of conflicts, past and present
KILLDEER, N.D. — On July 28, 1864, Civil War General Alfred Sully and 2,200 troops staged an attack on a gathering of Native Americans — including Teton, Yanktonai, Lakota and Dakota bands — at Killdeer Mountain, regarded to this day as a sacred site for many Native American tribes.
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