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Dakota Territory

noun

  1. a territory in the N central U.S., from 1861 to 1868 comprising present-day North Dakota and South Dakota, and parts of Montana and Wyoming.


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A short distance beyond we crossed the state line into Dakota Territory.

A thing at which to marvel was the growth of the eastern border of Dakota Territory in this, the time of the great boom.

By 1883 two institutions of higher education had been founded in the northern half of Dakota Territory.

The cow was purchased at Rosseau, Dakota Territory, a year later, for $225.

In 1873 he was sent to Dakota Territory to serve against the Sioux.

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