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Category:Black Hawk State Historic Site

English: The Black Hawk State Historic Site, in Rock Island, occupies much of the historic site of the village of Saukenuk, the home of a band of Native Americans of the Sauk nation. It includes the John Hauberg Museum of Native American Life. The state park is located on a 150-foot (45m) bluff overlooking the Rock River in western Illinois. It is most famous for being the birthplace of the Sauk warrior Black Hawk. The disputed cession of this area to the U.S. Government was the catalyst for the Black Hawk War.
Black Hawk State Historic Site 
state park in Illinois, USA
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Location Rock Island, Rock Island County, Illinois
41° 28′ 01.13″ N, 90° 34′ 20.5″ W
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Black Hawk State Historical Site (ceb); 黑鷹部落歷史遺跡 (zh); Black Hawk State Historic Site (en) Park in den Vereinigten Staaten (de); state park in Illinois, USA (en); museum di Amerika Serikat (id); متحف في الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية (ar); מוזיאון בארצות הברית (he); museum in Illinois, de Verenigde Staten (nl) Black Hawk State Historical Site (en); 索克族部落遺蹟 (zh)


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