• View of Fort Union Trading Post NHS from Bodmer Overlook

    Fort Union Trading Post

    National Historic Site MT,ND

Cooperating Association

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Fort Union Assoc.

The Fort Union Association is a Cooperating Association, a nonprofit organization, incorporated under the laws of North Dakota, authorized to function and conduct business associated with Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site under agreement with the National Park Service.

ORDER BY PHONE: To place a telephone order, inquire about items listed in our Tradehouse Catalog, or obtain answers to any product-related questions, please call us toll-free at 1-800-434-0233. Our offices are open from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm, Central Time, seven days a week, in Winter or from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm, Central Time, in Summer. We accept VISA and MasterCard.


Did You Know?

tipi camp

Northern Plains tribes made up the entire bulk of trade at Fort Union. Camps usually came in the spring to trade buffalo robes and furs for trade goods. This trade did continue throughout the year even though spring was considered trade season.