Prairie Outpost by Greg Belfrage

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Fort Sisseton, South Dakota (USA). This civil war-era army post was originally named Fort Wadsworth. The name was changed because a Fort Wadsworth already existed on Staten Island near New York.

Fort Sisseton was restored in 1939 by the state of South Dakota and the federal Works Progress Administration.

At far left in the far background is the Quartermaster’s Office. The building center left is the Guard House. The main entrance leads into the fort at the front of the building. The structure at right is the Adjutant’s Office. The Magazine is directly behind it (not seen) and is where the troops stored ammo at the fort.

9 July 2011
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Amateur photographer with a deep passion for shooting sunsets and prairie life on the Great Plains of South Dakota

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  • DryFlyPhoto
    DryFlyPhotoover 3 years ago

    Hey, Greg I love this photo – you and I will have to go for a photo hike some day. Stop by and join us at Great Plains of North America and South Dakota. I think they would be a wonderful addition to these two groups.

  • DryFlyPhoto
    DryFlyPhotoover 3 years ago

    Scott

  • lorilee
    lorileealmost 2 years ago

  • Thank you so much for the feature, Lorilee! I appreciate it very much!

    – Greg Belfrage

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