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Abercrombie

Abercrombie is a small township in the Red River Valley of North Dakota. Its population is 296 people. Its coordinates are: Latitude 46.42N & Longitude 96.72W, and its altitude is 936 feet.

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  • Understand 1
  • Get in 2
  • Get around 3
  • See 4
  • Do 5
  • Buy 6
  • Eat 7
  • Drink 8
  • Sleep 9
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Get in

  • By car: I-29 from Fargo

Get around

See

  • Fort Abercrombie State Historic Site , e-mail: . 1/2 mile east of Abercrombie. Open mid-May to mid-September, Thursday-Monday, from 10AM to 5PM. This was the first United States military post in North Dakota. It was in use from 1857 to 1878.

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Abercrombie

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