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Bent’s Fort A Meeting Of Cultures
Looking to the East
Outside Bent’s Fort
Arkansas River Looking Out From the Bastion
Outside Bent’s Fort
Group Outside the Fort
The Fort Dentist and Tour Guide
Corner of the Plaza
Buffalo Hide Press
Close-up of the Buffalo Hide Press
Stretching a Hide
Side of Courtyard
Looking at the stairs in the Plaza
Pelts at the Small Trade Room
Supplies in the General Store
Beads, Rope, & China
Mirrors, Scissors, & Cloth
Water Biscuits & Earrings
Blankets,Pipes, Hats, & Buttons
Candle Molds, Tin Cups, & Boots
Military Coats,Shirts, & Other Clothing
Sugar Cones, Fish Hooks, Yarn
Some of the Goods Traded
Fireplace in the Dining Room
Saint Vrain’s Quarters
Hide With a Winter Count
William Bent Clothes
Native American Seats
The Carpenter Shop
More Military Supplies
Traders Storage Room
Special Thanks To Bent’s Old Fort National Historic Site National Geographic Education Foundation Oklahoma Alliance for Geographic Education Oklahoma Historical Society Washita Battlefield National Historic Site
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