Featured City Ulm
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Ulm was originally a large ranch owned by Indiana-born cattleman William Ulm. Ulm became a stop on the Montana Central Railway constructed by James Jerome Hill's St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba Railway which later became part of the Great Northern Railway in 1889.
Ulm is host to what is believed to be one of the largest buffalo kill sites in the United States. A buffalo jump is a cliff formation which Indigenous peoples of North America historically used to hunt and kill plains bison in mass quantities. Ulm is home of the First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park (formerly known as Ulm Pishkun) and features interpretive trails and a visitor center.
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