Gingras Trading Post State Historic Site

The Gingras Trading Post State Historic Site is a North Dakota State Historic Site near Walhalla, North Dakota. It features the trading post and home of the Metis legislator Antoine Blanc Gingras (1821-1877).

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... The Gingras Trading Post is listed on the National Register of Historic Places ... The North Dakota State Historical Society operates the site ... It features the original buildings and exhibits about Antoine Blanc Gingras, Metis culture, and the Red River Valley fur trade ...

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