The Golden Valley County Courthouse in Beach, N.D. is one of only two examples of Federalist Revival courthouses found in the state (Logan County is the other). The front facade features a raised basement and two main stories which terminate in a broad frieze board and hipped roof. The prominent entry bay is decorated with features of the style. A gray sky and leafless trees suggest late fall.
Built in 1923, the Golden Valley County Courthouse is one of two courthouses in North Dakota with a revival style deriving inspiration from the Federalist period of American building history. It also has the distinction of being the only North Dakota courtho