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Interesting Find in Jamestown

We stumbled across this small historical village on our way to see the largest Bison statue. It... read more

Reviewed 25 September 2015
danielca07
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Leduc, Canada
Love these stops on a roadtrip!

Saw the signs for the world's largest buffalo and hometown of writer Louis L'Amour. It's free to... read more

Reviewed 11 June 2014
Heather M
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Winnipeg, Canada
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28 Jul 2016
“The Vatican for an Louis L'Amour fan”
24 Sep 2015
“Interesting Find in Jamestown”
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404 Louis Lamoure Ln, Downtown Jamestown, Jamestown, ND 58401-6455
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Reviewed 29 July 2016

I got a local friend to take me around the downtown area to see the sights there and then went up to the village to check it out and was really worth the time and effort and will be for any fan of the western...More

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Reviewed 25 September 2015

We stumbled across this small historical village on our way to see the largest Bison statue. It was really neat to walk around and see the trail and the historical village that goes with it. Really should be promoted more!

1  Thank danielca07
Reviewed 2 July 2015

There was a flyer with a walking tour of the sights. It was disappointing to not see more memorable plaques noting the buildings. Overall a good visit since my husband has almost all of Louis L'Amour books. This needs to be promoted and recognized by...More

1  Thank monroesecretary
Reviewed 11 June 2014

Saw the signs for the world's largest buffalo and hometown of writer Louis L'Amour. It's free to get in,but donations are appreciated. I loved the small town that was set up with a post office, dentist, church, antique store, printshop, etc There were wagon tours...More

4  Thank Heather M
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