Buffalo Jump, near Ulm, Montana

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Joshua J. Mark
by Naawada2016
published on 18 January 2024
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The buffalo jump near Ulm, Montana. Formerly called Ulm Pishkun, now called First People's Buffalo Jump. The buffalo jump was used regularly by Plains Indians in hunting North American bison by chasing them toward a cliff they would plunge over to their deaths. Their carcasses could then be harvested for meat and other resources.

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