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1. Native Americans at Chautauqua, Devils Lake, N.D. Native Americans at Chautauqua, Devils Lake, N.D. Chautauquas; Tipis; A group of Native American men in traditional dress sitting on the ground. There is a fence and bleachers in the left background and tipis in the right background.

2. Native Americans at cornerstone laying, Bismarck, N.D. Native Americans at cornerstone laying, Bismarck, N.D. Cornerstone laying; Tipis; Flagpoles; Flags; A group of Native Americans posed in front of a tipi on the capitol grounds. Most wear traditional dress, however there is a man in a suit third from the right in the back row. A flagpole and flag are...

3. Ghost dancers Ghost dancers Dancers; Feathers; Ghost dance; Native Americans, many in traditional garb, gather for a Ghost Dance at an unspecified location.

4. Jenny and Jan Burdick in Native American attire, Fargo, N.D. Jenny and Jan Burdick in Native American attire, Fargo, N.D. Clothing & dress; Feathers; Beads; Jenny and Jan Burdick wear Native American attire, and stand with Native Americans similarly dressed during an event in Fargo. One of the men present wears beaded piece of clothing with the words Belcourt...

5. My red brother manuscript My red brother manuscript Indigenous peoples; Manuscript describing the ancient works, arts, customs, and mode of life of the early Native Americans of the Missouri River Valley. Includes the author's own theories of the origins of the existence of...

6. Seventy-five mounted Indians in parade at Old Settlers' Picnic, Pollock, S.D. Seventy-five mounted Indians in parade at Old Settlers' Picnic, Pollock, S.D. Horses; Horseback riding; Flags; Billiard rooms; Parades & processions; Bands; A band leads Native Americans on horseback down a street in Pollock, S.D. on the occasion of the Old Settlers Picnic. An American flag hangs over the street.

7. Native Americans on horseback at Four Bears Bridge dedication, Elbowoods, N.D. Native Americans on horseback at Four Bears Bridge dedication, Elbowoods, N.D. Headdresses; Feathers; Horses; Horseback riding; Several Native Americans wear traditional dress and sit at horseback during the festivities of the dedication of the Four Bears Bridge at Elbowoods, N.D.

8. Native Americans on horseback at Four Bears Bridge dedication, Elbowoods, N.D. Native Americans on horseback at Four Bears Bridge dedication, Elbowoods, N.D. Headdresses; Feathers; Horses; Automobiles; Tents; Carts & wagons; Horseback riding; Three Native Americans in traditional dress sit on horseback before the festivities to dedicate the Four Bears Bridge at Elbowoods, N.D. Cars, wagons, and tents are visible in the background.

9. Native Americans in traditional dress at Four Bears Monument, Elbowoods, N.D. Native Americans in traditional dress at Four Bears Monument, Elbowoods, N.D. Monuments & memorials; Headdresses; Feathers; Native American men, women, and children stand in front of the Four Bears Monument at Elbowoods. The plaque on the monument reads: "In honor of Four Bears Chief of the Mandans."

10. Four Bears Bridge dedication ceremony, Elbowoods, N.D. Four Bears Bridge dedication ceremony, Elbowoods, N.D. Bridges; Dedications; Public speaking; Singing; Headdresses; Hats; Feathers; Four unidentified Native Americans stand by a microphone two wearing feathers and 3 wearing hats, and some people in the background. The men are speaking or singing into the microphone.

11. Four Bears Bridge dedication at Four Bears Monument, Elbowoods, N.D. Four Bears Bridge dedication at Four Bears Monument, Elbowoods, N.D. Bridges; Dedications; Flags; Monuments; Flags; Headdresses; Feathers; Public speaking; A group of people at the Four Bears Monument, a man is in front of a microphone and an American flag is waving on a flagstaff. Native Americans in traditional dress are visible.

12. William L. Guy with Evan Lips and Native Americans in costume, Bismarck, N.D. William L. Guy with Evan Lips and Native Americans in costume, Bismarck, N.D. Governors; Legislators; Headdresses; Girls; Boys; Governor William L. Guy stands with state senator Evan Lips, and men and children in Native American costume on the capitol grounds in Bismarck. Governor Guy shakes the hand of a little girl.

13. Norman Brunsdale receiving headdress Norman Brunsdale receiving headdress Headdresses; Feathers; Women; Boys; Governors; Governor Norman Brunsdale receives a headdress from a Native American woman, while other Native Americans, dressed in traditional garb, look on. Frank Zahn is standing next to the governor.

14. Fort Berthold Indian Mission, Elbowoods, N.D. Fort Berthold Indian Mission, Elbowoods, N.D. Missions; Indian reservations; Towers; Houses; Boarding schools; Postcards; Three large buildings. Farthest to the left is a house. The other two buildings are school, dormitory and worship facilities. Both have towers. There is a dirt road and grass in the foreground.

15. Native Americans at Chautauqua, Devils Lake, N.D. Native Americans at Chautauqua, Devils Lake, N.D. Chautauquas; Grandstands; Crowds; Native Americans in traditional dress are walking out of exhibition area. In the background, the grandstand full of people is visible.

16. Native Americans on horses approaching grandstands, Morton County Fair, Mandan, N.D. Native Americans on horses approaching grandstands, Morton County Fair, Mandan, N.D. Postcards; Horses; Trees; Grandstands; Horseback riding; Fences; Native Americans in traditional dress on horseback riding into the fairgrounds, in the direction of the grandstand, which is partially obscured by trees. The perimeter fence is visible to the right.

17. Parade, Morton County Fair, Mandan, N.D. Parade, Morton County Fair, Mandan, N.D. Parades & processions; Crowds; Horses; Horseback riding; Postcards; Celebrations; Native Americans riding on horseback at center. Both sides of the route have onlookers crowded around them. Trees are in the distance.

18. Indians singing at location of last Sun Dance South of Fort Yates for Miss Densmore Indians singing at location of last Sun Dance South of Fort Yates for Miss Densmore Sun dance; Drums; Singing; Singers; Feathers; Rifles; Tipis; Native Americans in traditional clothing beat on a drum and sing Sun Dance songs near Fort Yates, N.D. A tipi is visible in the background.

19. Sitting Bull in March of Civilization at convening of Constitutional Convention, Bismarck, Dakota Territory Sitting Bull in March of Civilization at convening of Constitutional Convention, Bismarck, Dakota Territory Constitutional conventions; Flags; Headdresses; Feathers; Signs (Notices); Parades & processions; Sitting Bull carries the American flag during the March of Civilization, part of the events marking the Constitutional Convention of 1889. Other Native Americans wearing headdresses and carrying flags...

20. Dancer at United Tribes International Powwow, Bismarck, N.D. Dancer at United Tribes International Powwow, Bismarck, N.D. Feathers; Dancers; A man in full regalia dances at the United Tribes International Powwow in Bismarck while other Native Americans in regalia look on.
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