The museum docent set a context for this rendition of the actual fort that seemed very one-sided. His interpretation of its significance was that U.S. soldiers guarded surveyors from attacks by unreasonably savage Native Americans. Surely, today we read history more critically and understand the story of western movement included dramatic displacement and disinheritance of American tribes.
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