Fort Robinson

Fort Robinson is a former U.S. Army fort and a present-day state park. Located in the Pine Ridge region of northwest Nebraska, it is 2 miles (3.2 km) west of Crawford on U.S. Route 20.

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Conscious Alliance - Projects - Ft. Robinson Run
... Every January, Conscious Alliance sponsors the Fort Robinson Outbreak Spiritual Run, a 400-mile journey from Fort Robinson, Nebraska to Busby, Montana ... run was created to pay homage to those Northern Cheyenne ancestors that broke out of Fort Robinson on January 9, 1879 ...
Cheyenne People - 19th Century and Indian Wars - Effects of The Emigrant Trail - Northern Cheyenne Exodus
1879, after the Dull Knife Fight, when Crazy Horse surrendered at Fort Robinson, a few Cheyenne chiefs and their people surrendered as well ... Later that year Two Moons surrendered at Fort Keogh, with 300 Cheyenne ... in accordance to an April 29, 1868 treaty of Fort Laramie, which both Dull Knife and Little Wolf had signed ...
Fort Robinson Museum
... The Fort Robinson Museum is located in the 1905 post headquarters building ... Exhibits focus on the fort's history, including its role guarding the Red Cloud Agency from 1874 to 1877, up through the housing of World War II German POWs from 1943 to 1946 ... There is also a library with materials about Fort Robinson and military and western history available for research ...

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