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Historic Sites in Jamestown, ND


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Alfred Dickey Public Library
Alfred Dickey Public Library
Historic Site in Jamestown, ND USA

Historic building Jamestown's historic Alfred Dickey Public Library was built in 1918 in the Egyptian style popular at the time. The oak furnishings, decorative columns and stained glass windows all contribute to the building's beauty. On the National Register of Historic Places.


Basilica of St. James
Basilica of St. James
Historic Site in Jamestown, ND USA

Only Basilica in North Dakota The only Basilica in North Dakota and one of less than 60 minor Basilicas in the US. Built in 1914, this stunning American gothic-style church was assigned a basilica because of its antiquity, dignity, and historical importance.

Flags Across America & Veterans' Memorial
Flags Across America & Veterans' Memorial
Historic Site in Jamestown, ND USA

Located at Fort Seward Historical Site Flags Across America is a 30 foot by 60 foot United States Flag on a 130 foot flag pole. The Flag's purpose is to boost patriotism, unite citizens, and build greater respect for our national symbol. A new Veterans' Memorial on the site provides a venue for reflection.

Fort Seward Interpretive Center
Fort Seward Interpretive Center
Historic Site in Jamestown, ND USA

Home of Fort Seward's 20th Infantry View the wide expanse that once housed an active fort. See a scale model of the entire fort site and enjoy artifacts found during archaeological digs. Living history actors from Fort Seward’s 20th Infantry featured one weekend each year. Check for dates.

Historic Franklin School
Historic Franklin School
Historic Site in Jamestown, ND USA

Listed on National Register of Historic Places Oldest remaining school house in Jamestown. Listed on National Register of Historic Places. Famous writer, Louis L’Amour, attended this school. Three floors and basement have been fully restored and renovated. Handicap accessible. Self-guided tour available.


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