This fort was established in 1852 and named for 2nd Lt. Theodore Lincoln Chadbourne. The post was abandoned in 1867. The visitor center/museum displays many artifacts from the site. The site is open daily during daylight hours. Visitor center is open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Tue.-Sat. 651 Fort Chadbourne Ro...
About a mile west of the site of Fort Chadbourne. Many pioneers and early settlers of the area are buried here, and the oldest headstone dates to 1877.
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