Bismarck-Deadwood Stage Trail

46.651046, -101.120641

Southwest
1/2 mile east,
Flasher ND 58535
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For three years, from 1877 to 1880, a thriving stagecoach and supply line ran between Bismarck, the western terminus of the Northern Pacific Railroad, and the Black Hills gold town of Deadwood in Dakota Territory. The Bismarck-Deadwood Stage Trail Historic Marker is found by a roadside stop on the north side of Highway 21, half a mile east of Flasher. The marker located at the stop explains the history of the trail and commemorates the brief economic boom associated with the trail.

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  • Free Admission
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  • Historic Marker
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