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Pine Ridge Home of Buffalo Bill Legend
Pine Ridge Home of Buffalo Bill Legend

   It was on this lonely hillside 137 years ago that the most famous showman of the Wild West was said to have outgunned a Cheyenne warrior and taken his scalp as revenge for the killing of Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer three weeks earlier at the Battle of Little Bighorn. What re

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Harrison
Harrison
“Nebraska’s Top Town”

The Sioux County Historical Museum in Harrison chronicles Sioux County from settlement through the 20th century. (308) 668-2110. For a scenic side trip head north from town on Sowbelly Road. In 1876, the 5th U.S. Cavalry fought a band of Cheyenne at what is known as Warbonnet Battlefield. Buffalo

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Oglala National Grassland & Warbonnet Battlefield
Oglala National Grassland & Warbonnet Battlefield

Indian Wars and Oglala National Grassland In 1876, the 5th U.S. Cavalry fought a band of Cheyenne at what is known as Warbonnet Battlefield. William “Buffalo Bill” Cody is said to have killed Cheyenne warrior Yellow Hand during the fight. Go three miles east of Harrison on Highway 20,

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Gilbert-Baker State Wildlife Management Area
Gilbert-Baker State Wildlife Management Area

Canyon Country Hiking, Camping and Fishing in Harrison Gilbert-Baker State Wildlife Management Area is five miles north of town on a paved country road. It offers hiking, primitive camping and fishing in scenic canyon country.  For more information on Harrison, contact the Harrison Commun

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Sowbelly Canyon Byway
Sowbelly Canyon Byway

Scenic Driving Tour Near Harrison, Nebraska For a scenic side trip head north from town on Sowbelly Road. In 1876, the 5th U.S. Cavalry fought a band of Cheyenne at what is known as Warbonnet Battlefield. Buffalo Bill is said to have killed Cheyenne warrior Yellow Hand during the fight. Go thre

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Sioux County Historical Museum
Sioux County Historical Museum

Photo by Steve & Bobbi Olson Celebrate Western Nebraska Culture  The Sioux County Historical Museum tells the story of Sioux County from settlement through the 20th century. Open Memorial Day-Labor Day and during September by appointment (308) 668-2110.  For more informati

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Agate Fossil Beds National Monument
Agate Fossil Beds National Monument

See one of the Plains Richest Fossil Sites in Mitchell  Agate Fossil Beds National Monument is home to an important collection of Native American artifacts. Visitors can walk among the fossils of ancient animals. Located 22 miles south of Harrison or 34 miles north of Mitchell on Highway 29.

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