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    Mandan, North Dakota (AP)

    A new exhibit at Fort Abraham Lincoln features American Indian scouts who helped U.S. soldiers get through the Dakota frontier.

    Such names as Bloody Knife and Bob Tail Bull are shown beside black and white photos, with descriptions of the scouts and their exploits.

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