Jamestown (North Dakota)

Jamestown is a city of 15,527 residents in the Coteaus and Plains area of North Dakota.

The world’s largest buffalo statue in Jamestown

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Jamestown, “The Buffalo City”, was originally named for the James river. It was first settled in 1872.

Peggy Lee, the jazz singer, Louis L’Amour, the western novelist, and Darin Erstad, the professional baseball player for the 2002 World Champion Anaheim Angels, are natives of Jamestown.

Exit 256, 258, or 260 off I-94, about midway between Fargo and Bismarck

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