North Dakota: From the Field to the Museum
This film highlights just two of the thousands of projects done in North Dakota since the signing of the National Historic Preservation Act that have contributed to a better understanding of our rich heritage. The film features the Beacon Island Site, a bison kill site archaeologists believe was occupied during the Paleo-Indian period nearly 12,000 years ago, and Scattered Village, what was once a farming community occupied by the Mandans and Hidatsas around the late 1500s to early 1700s near the city of Mandan, North Dakota.
Produced in 2016 by the State Historical Society of North Dakota
Copyright 2016 by the State Historical Society of North Dakota
Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation
The Mystery at Beacon Island (State Historical Society of North Dakota)
State Historical Society Foundation
State Historical Society of North Dakota