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21. Native Americans in traditional clothing at music hall, Williston, N.D. Native Americans in traditional clothing at music hall, Williston, N.D. Music halls; Women; Men; Cowboy hats; A group of Native American men and women are dressed in traditional clothing, and are at a music hall. People in the background are setting up musical equipment, Williston, N.D.

22. Native Americans in traditional clothing at music hall, Williston, N.D. Native Americans in traditional clothing at music hall, Williston, N.D. Music halls; Women; Men; Cowboy hats; Cowboy boots; A group of Native American men and women are dressed in traditional clothing, and are at a music hall. People in the background are setting up musical equipment, Williston, N.D.

23. Native Americans in traditional clothing at music hall, Williston, N.D. Native Americans in traditional clothing at music hall, Williston, N.D. Music halls; Women; Cowboy hats; Three Native American men are dressed in traditional clothing, and are at a music hall. People in the background are setting up musical equipment, Williston, N.D.

24. 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."

25. Native Americans in traditional dress in gymnasium, N.D. Native Americans in traditional dress in gymnasium, N.D. Dancers; Dance; Gymnasiums; Flags; Feathers; Headdresses; Groups of people gathered in a gymnasium, some adults and most of the children are wearing traditional Native American clothing. There are some people standing in the center, some are dancing, and others...

26. 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.

27. 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.

28. 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.

29. North Dakota State Capitol cornerstone laying, Bismarck, N.D. North Dakota State Capitol cornerstone laying, Bismarck, N.D. Cornerstone laying; Capitols; Crowds; A crowd gathers for the cornerstone laying. A band is playing in the foreground. Six Native Americans stand in traditional dress at right-center. The Liberty Memorial building is visible in the background....

30. 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.

31. Parade, New Town, N.D. Parade, New Town, N.D. People; Transportation; Sports & Recreation The main focus of the photograph is the Native Americans in traditional dress. They are riding on the back of a flatbed truck that is being driven down the street. Other individuals ride on the truck as...

32. Peg Ahlness interview Peg Ahlness interview People; Ethnic; Indians of North America An interview with Peg Ahlness for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Peg talks about the Native American history in the area. They discuss Native American culture in the...

33. Scenes from Hiawatha, Valley City, N.D. Scenes from Hiawatha, Valley City, N.D. Portraits; People; View of the cast for the theatrical production, scenes from Hiawatha. There are four men, a boy, a woman, and a girl dressed up as Native Americans, with part of a tipi in the background, and furs on the...

34. Sioux Indian parade, Standing Rock Agency Sioux Indian parade, Standing Rock Agency Parades & processions; Indian reservations; Native Americans on horseback riding on road. Most are in traditional dress. The agency town of Fort Yates lies behind the fence.

35. Sioux Indians outside Northern Pacific Railroad Station, Mandan, N.D. Sioux Indians outside Northern Pacific Railroad Station, Mandan, N.D. Feathers; Headdresses; Railroad stations; Native Americans, tentatively identified as Sioux, wear traditional dress and stand outside the Northern Pacific Railroad station in Mandan. Two of the men hold drums. Other people stand and look at the...

36. 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.
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