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    • People; Agriculture;
    • This photograph shows a steam engine pulling a long plow unit. The piece of machinery was meant to plow, pack, harrow, and seed. A man stands behind the long piece of machinery and the field in the distance is very flat.
    • between 1910 and 1915?
    • Communication; Colleges and universities;
    • A letter from Dorothy Stickney to Dickinson State Teachers College President Charles E. Scott concerning the Theodore Roosevelt Centennial Symposium. Stickney expresses her endorsement and good wishes for the symposium.
    • 1957-11-06
    • City & Town Life;
    • A view looking down 5th Ave. in Jamestown, N.D. On the left is a two story building that has a sign that says "1882, Altschul Block," and another one that says Tobacco, Cigars. There are more storefronts, trees, and utility poles along the...
    • 1900?
    • 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; Business & Industry; People; Social Life & Customs; Women;
    • A view of an oil well operation in the winter time, and members of a family gathering in at a farm in winter time. Also shows people gathering for the 25th wedding anniversary celebration of a couple called Tom and Olga. Dogs and chickens also...
    • 1953 and 1954
    • Agriculture; Business & Industry; People;
    • An interview with Harold Kelner and Bud Perkins for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Bud talks about the farm implement dealership in Gascoyne that his father and uncles ran that sold McCormick Deering (later...
    • 2002-11-26
    • People; Religion; Social Life & Customs;
    • An interview with Janene Spatz for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Janene talks about the Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church in Vessey, South Dakota. The church is still an active congregation although it is now...
    • 2003-11-08
    • Agriculture;
    • View of Matt Werven standing next to an orange Minneapolis-Moline UTS tractor that he drove from Backoo, N.D. to Bismarck, N.D. A sign on the tractor says, "MM UTS drove 335 MI. from BACKOO to BISMARCK by MATT WERVEN, Donated by, PEMBINA COUNTY...
    • 1990
    • People; Religion; Social Life & Customs; Historic sites; Museums and historical societies;
    • An interview with Mary Jacobi and Wilber Parkin KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Mary talks about a new exhibit on display at the museum called “Land in her own name” about women homesteaders in the area. She also...
    • 2004-11-20
    • Work Life;
    • Six men work at sawing lumber at Ben Wessels in Park Center, N.D. in March 1914. There are large stacks of split wood behind the men, and smaller branches on the left. They are using a log splitting machine. There are trees without leaves in the...
    • 1914-03
    • Health & Medicine;
    • A four story brick building built in 1913 called the Parkview Hospital in Jamestown, N.D. It was renamed Trinity Hospital in 1917. On the left in the background is a building, possibly a barn.
    • 1914?
    • People; Portraits;
    • A group studio portrait of eleven young men most wearing button up shirts and ties. They all have either a pipe or cigarettes are are smoking. They are relaxed and leaning or hanging around each other, like a group of good friends.
    • 1911?
    • 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
    • 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

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