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"Frontier Justice in Dakota" - Resource List Additions

Ross F. Collins
Building a Media Celebrity: the Marquis de Morés and the Gilded Age
North Dakota Journal of Speech and Theatre, Volume 7, 1994

Ross F. Collins
Cowboys and Cow Town Newspapers in Dakota Territory
Media History Monographs, Volume 3, Number 1. 1999

Ross F. Collins
Dot-Coms and the Great Cattle Die-Off
History News Service, Summer 2000.

Ross Collins
Gun Control and the Old West
History News Service, Summer 1999.

Ross F.Collins
Cattlemen and Cow Town Editors: the Bad Lands Cow Boy of Dakota Territory
North Dakota History Journal of the Northern Plains, Volume 67, Number 2, 2000

1/8 miles W and 1/8 miles S of
Medora Chimney Park -
west edge of Medora
De Mores Memorial Park -
downtown Medora, ND 58654
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The Interpretive Center is open year round.
Winter Hours: Labor Day-Memorial Day
9 a.m.-5 p.m. MDT, Tuesday-Saturday
Summer Hours: Memorial Day-Labor Day
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The Chateau is open May-October, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. daily, weather permitting. Please call to verify.

Chimney Park and DeMores Memorial Park open year round.

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