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    • Military;
    • This letter was written by E. J. Henry to his wife while he served in the Civil War. The letter is handwritten on blue paper. He discusses the weather, his camp, his diet, and that he misses his family at home and wishes to be with them. ...
    • 1862-08-12
    • Water; Weather;
    • Page 40 features information about the Red River Valley floods of 1975. Bottom-left: This photograph shows the parking lot of Skakeys Pizza. The flood waters have moved into the parking lot. In the center of the photograph is the restaurant sign....
    • 1975
    • People; Landmarks; Indians of North America; Agriculture; City & Town Life; Politics & Government; Pioneer Era
    • This ledger includes obituaries of the old settlers of Mercer County as well as minutes of meetings. Information about homesteaders of Mercer County and details of the first old settlers picnic can be found in the ledger. Some Historical data, a...
    • 1923
    • Agriculture; Rural views; Social Life & Customs;
    • A twenty-one page diary of William Cuningham's travels from Boston, MA to various locations in Pembina County during the summer and fall of 1914.
    • 1914
    • Agriculture;
    • A large piece of paper with information about an auction, selling horses, sheep, cattle, grain, hogs, and machinery. There is a studio portrait of J. (James) A. Buchanan, one of the owners, reprinted in the bottom right corner. The other owner is...
    • 1909-03
    • Education;
    • This pamphlet features poems and images to serve as memories for time spent in school. The names of the children, teacher, and school board are included in this document.
    • between 1920 and 1921
    • Maps, stamps and seals;
    • Map of Barnes County, N.D. with map key, list of companies advertising, township populations, and publishers along the sides. Townships are labeled, roads, rivers, lakes, cemeteries, railroads, school houses, churches, telephone lines, and rural...
    • 1904
    • Business & Industry; Agriculture;
    • This bill of sale is between Theodore Roosevelt and Sylvane Ferris. Roosevelt is selling his cattle and property to Ferris. The document is both handwritten and printed. Three symbols that represent brands on the cattle can be seen as well.
    • 1902-04-07
    • People; Indians of North America;
    • This document relates details about a man who was Native American and a resident of Mercer County. The second and third pages appear to have information missing between them.
    • between 1910 and 1950?
    • Social Life & Customs; People; City & Town Life; Pioneer Era;
    • A view of a group of girls all wearing hats and carrying brooms leaning on their left shoulder. They are in a semi-circle standing in a turned off fountain in a park. There is a sign that says Co. H. One girl has a snare drum, and there are...
    • 1899
    • Agriculture; City & Town Life; People; Social Life & Customs; Weather;
    • An interview with Howard and Etha Merz, and Oscar Weisz for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Howard, Etha, and Oscar talk about their family history, droughts, surviving the dirty 30s and hard winters, farming...
    • 1996-24-02
    • People; Women; City & Town Life; Social Life & Customs; Agriculture;
    • An interview with Lois DeBode and Robert Pierce for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Lois and Robert talk about their family history, their parent's homesteads, their life growing up, the history of Stillwater and...
    • 1993-03
    • Entertainment; Colleges and universities;
    • A poster for the Bismarck State College Performing Arts Department's performance of "Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America," by Joan Holden, based on the book by Barbara Ehrenreich. The poster is cream colored with various colors of...
    • 2006-11
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    • This document was written by Geronimo to Dr. A. H. De Camp. The letter contains information regarding the visit of De Camp to Fort Sill. Geronimo explains the current events of Fort Sill as well.
    • 1896-06-13
    • Colleges and universities; Entertainment;
    • The poster for the Bismarck State College theatrical production of "A Murder is Announced." The poster is made to look like an old newspaper and has information on the production. It has one illustration in the middle of the poster. The...
    • 2002
    • People; City & Town Life; Women;
    • An interview with Herb and Louise Brown, and Donald Lowe for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. The Browns talk about their family history, their parents homesteads, ranching, farming, and the process of planting...
    • 1993-03-27
    • Business & Industry;
    • This advertisement displays the prices and dates for a large sale on groceries at the A. J. Heal Store. It also has small images of food and bright colors to draw in the audience.
    • between 1929 and 1933?
    • City & Town Life; Business & Industry;
    • View looking South down 5th Avenue in Valley City, N.D. There are two and three story buildings lining the dirt road, and wooden sidewalks. Most of these buildings are storefronts, and there are signs for Home Bakery, Farmers & Merchants National...
    • between 1880-1885
    • Colleges and universities; Military; Sports & Recreation;
    • A document containing information on the National Guard's involvement with the Bismarck Junior College Community Bowl construction.
    • between 1961 and 1977
    • Agriculture; Work Life; People;
    • View of people working and threshing on Frank White's farm Southwest of Valley City, N.D. Three women stand near the tractor which is on the right. A wagon of hay is in the center, and a large pile of hay is on the left. There are men, horses...
    • no earlier than 1880
    • Cemeteries and graves; Statues and monuments
    • This photograph shows the tombstone of Richard J. Strand, who went missing in WWII. The tombstone is made from granite and has several words carved into it. It reads ”IN MEMORIAM, RICHARD J. STRAND T/SGT. 498 BOMB. SQDN. V. H. BORN OCT 21,...
    • between 2000 and 2007?
    • Business & Industry; Pioneer Era;
    • A view of the Curtin and Winslow store. The signs on the roof and side say "Curtain and Winslow. General Merchandise. Lumber and Shingles. Farm Machinery. C+ W Furniture, C+ W Flour and Feed, Plow." There are other storefronts down the left,...
    • 188-?
    • Pioneer Era;
    • A view of the Farmers Home, a wooden two story building built by A.J. Smith who was in the hotel and livery business. There are three women standing near the doorway, and an older man in a buggy being pulled by a horse. There is a bicycle leading...
    • 1882?
    • Ethnic; Indians of North America; Military; Historic sites; People;
    • Howard and Oscar talk about J.L. Fisk and the Fisk Expedition who left Minnesota with 180 wagons looking for a route through the Badlands to the gold fields in Montana. The group encountered Dakota Sioux at the Deep Creek near Rhame and they made...
    • 1993-11-13
    • City & Town Life; Business & Industry; People; Social Life & Customs;
    • An interview with Joe and Helen DeBode for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Joe ran the bakery in Bowman, and after that he and his wife ran a restaurant and the Clara Lincoln Hotel. Joe and Helen talk about how...
    • 1998-11
    • City & Town Life; Education; Museums and historical societies; People; Social Life & Customs;
    • An interview with Norris Wahl for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Norris, 90 years old at the time of the interview, talks about growing up as one of fifteen children, speaking Norwegian at home, and learning English at school, and working as...
    • 2000-09-19
    • City & Town Life;
    • A view looking across the street at the Post Office and Delmonico Restaurant and Lunch Room. The two story brick building is decorated with large stars, flags, banners, streamers, and banners with stars on them. It probably is all decorated for...
    • between 1900-1903
    • Rural views; Pioneer Era;
    • View looking at the roads and buidlings of Walhalla, N.D. There are many stores, buidlings and homes, and there is a grain elevator at the end of the center road. A sign says EPTON MEAT MARKET, and Joseph Kitchin's photography studio is next to...
    • between 1898-1900
    • Agriculture; Bands, clubs and societies; Business & Industry; Museums and historical societies; People;
    • An interview with Myron Olson and Lynn Brackel for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Myron and Lynn discuss the how the group “Yesterdays Farmers” started and their association with the Pioneer Trails Regional...
    • 2002-11-16
    • City & Town Life; Colleges and universities; Entertainment; Sports & Recreation; Politics & Government
    • A silent movie with scenes of Dickinson State Teachers College and events in and around Dickinson, North Dakota. The film was produced by student Arthur Hedge and depicts a variety of events including rodeo, polo and trick riding footage taken in...
    • between 1935 and 1940
    • People; Religion;
    • An interview with Kenny and Joyce Torpen, and Jerry Aase for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Kenny and Joyce and Jerry talk about the history of the Union Prairie Church; how it started, the building of the...
    • 1994-04-22

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