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Fort Robinson Museum

The fascinating history of Fort Robinson covers the years from 1874 to 1948; from the Indian Wars to World War II, including the Cheyenne Outbreak.

Hundreds of historic photographs record the events that took place over the active life of the fort.

The Fort Robinson History Center is located in the 1905 post headquarters building.

Several other museum sites and structures are maintained by the Nebraska State Historical Society within the boundaries of Fort Robinson State Park.

The park is operated by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.

Several events are hosted by the Fort Robinson Museum and Fort Robinson State Park.
One of the largest is the Fort Robinson History Conference held primarily every third year.

Fort Robinson timeline -- a brief chronology of Fort Robinson.

Fort Robinson bibliography -- further resources on the story of Fort Robinson.

Fort Robinson History Center -- home page




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