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Twin Buttes Church, Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, N.D.
Indian reservations; Churches; Congregational churches; Children;
Members of the congregation of the Twin Buttes Church stand in front of the church building. Men, women, and children are present.
Little Missouri Boat Trip
Rivers; Waterfronts; Buttes; Boats; Waterways;
This photograph shows the "Hugh Glass" that George F. Will, Russel Reid, and Clell G. Gannon used to navigate the Little Missouri and Missouri rivers. In the background the opposite bank of the river is...
View of Little Missouri River near Medora, N.D.
Buttes; Trees; Rivers;
The Little Missouri River can be seen here. On the opposite side of the river buttes and trees are present.
Buttes; Trees; Ranches;
This photograph shows the site of the house on the Elkhorn Ranch near Medora, N.D. Trees and buttes are visible as well
Little Missouri River near Elkhorn Ranch
Buttes; Rivers; Trees;
A view of the Badlands of North Dakota can be seen here. Buttes, trees, and the Little Missouri River are visible.
Soldiers on horseback, Fort Yates, N.D.
Soldiers; Horses; Horseback riding; Fences; Trees; Buttes;
Three soldiers ride on horseback within a fenced-in yard. Trees and buttes are visible in the background.
Red Trail Bridge, Medora, N.D.
View of the Red Trail Bridge at Medora. Buttes are visible in the background.
Children playing leapfrog, Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, N.D.
Indian reservations; Games; Boys; Girls; Children; Automobiles; Buttes;
Children gather for a game of leapfrog on a hill on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation. Boys participate in the game while girls in dresses and a woman watch from next to a car. Buttes are visible in...
Oak Creek near Wakpala, S.D.
Trees; Roads; Buttes;
A road runs to the left, and trees are visible in the foreground. In the distance, buttes and a large white building are visible.
Sitting Bull Killed here
Meadows; Death; Buttes;
Three men in suits and hats walk across a field identified as the place where Sitting Bull was killed on December 15, 1890. Buttes are visible in the background.
St. Mary's Catholic Church, Medora, N.D.
Churches; Catholic churches; Buttes;
A view of St. Mary's Catholic Church in Medora, N.D. Buttes are visible behind the church building.
Ice going out on the Missouri River, Sanish, N.D.
Ice; Ice floes; Fog; Buttes; Rivers; Postcards;
Ice is breaking up on the Missouri River near Sanish and beginning to float downstream. Buttes partially shrouded by mist are visible in the distance.
View of coal veins along Little Missouri River, N.D.
Coal; Buttes; Rivers;
Veins of coal are visible in buttes lining the Little Missouri River.
Cattle grazing on ranch, probably near Rhame, N.D.
Cattle; Grazing; Buttes;
Cattle graze in a fenced in area with buttes in the background, likely near Rhame, N.D. A man on horseback watches the cattle.
Near Mouth of Beaver Creek, Badlands, N.D.
This photograph shows a large butte opposite the photographer. The Missouri River can also be seen.
On Sheep Creek
Sheep Creek in the Badlands of North Dakota
Tepee Butte, Dickinson N.D.
Buttes; Trees; Postcards;
A view of Tepee Butte, near Dickinson.
Floyd Henderson and Mayme Nelson near butte east of Regent, N.D.
Buttes; Rock formations;
Floyd Henderson and Mayme Nelson stand next to a rock formation near a butte east of Regent, N.D.
Republican Band Wagon men outside bus at entrance to Theodore Roosevelt Park
Buses; Politicians; Governors; Parks; Buttes;
Governor Walter Welford (at center) stands with other men in front of a bus painted with the words "Republican Band Wagon" parked outside the entrance to Theodore Roosevelt Park in the North Dakota Badlands....
Beginning work on Butte Saint Paul, Bottineau County, N.D.
Buttes; Flags; Axes; Shovels; Postcards;
Men stand with shovels and axes on the top of Butte Saint Paul in Bottineau County. An American flag flies behind them. They are likely building a cairn on top of the butte.
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