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1. Bad Lands Cow Boy Newspaper Bad Lands Cow Boy Newspaper Pioneer Era; This issue of the Bad Lands Cow Boy contains local, territorial, and federal news articles. In addition, it contains information about the cattle and ranching industry, criminal reports, a railroad schedule,...

2. Bad Lands Cow Boy Newspaper Bad Lands Cow Boy Newspaper Pioneer Era; This issue of the Bad Lands Cow Boy contains local, territorial, and federal news articles. In addition,there is information about the cattle and ranching industry, political news, a railroad schedule,...

3. Map of Medora with Lot Prices Map of Medora with Lot Prices Maps, stamps and seals; Pioneer Era; The first page shows a map of Medora in 1883. The Little Missouri River, Medora, and plots of land are visible. The second and third page contain prices of lots for sale in Medora.

4. Cable ferry, McLean County, N.D. Cable ferry, McLean County, N.D. People; Pioneer Era; Water; Transportation; View of cable ferry on Missouri River near Washburn, N.D. Long cables extend into the far right of the post card. A team of horses pulling a wagon ride on the ferry waiting to cross the river. In the far...

5. E.P. Wells first office, the James River National Bank, Jamestown, N.D. E.P. Wells first office, the James River National Bank, Jamestown, N.D. City & Town Life; Pioneer Era; A view of the dirt street corner with the James River Valley Bank on it, and looking down the road on the left. Storefronts and businesses line the road down the left with signs and advertisements. There...

6. Fort Seward 1872-1877, Jamestown, N.D. Fort Seward 1872-1877, Jamestown, N.D. Military; Pioneer Era; A view looking out over Fort Seward and other outbuildings and tents. There is a little river or stream in the foreground on the right.

7. James River National Bank, 5th Ave. in Jamestown, N.D. James River National Bank, 5th Ave. in Jamestown, N.D. City & Town Life; Pioneer Era; A view of a parade down Fifth Avenue, the main street, in Jamestown, Dakota Territory. A man on a white horse leads the parade, followed by a marching band, then possibly military troops and after that...

8. Native American camp near Washburn, N.D. Native American camp near Washburn, N.D. Pioneer Era; Water; People; This photograph displays a view of the bend in the Missouri River near Washburn, N.D. View the right side of the photograph where several tepees are located. Wagons and horses are visable as well.

9. Parade on Sixth St. South in Fargo, Dakota Territory Parade on Sixth St. South in Fargo, Dakota Territory Social Life & Customs; Entertainment; City & Town Life; Pioneer Era; A view of a marching band in a parade, starting to go North up Broadway. Island Park is in the background with trees in full bloom. There are spectators on both sides of the road, many wearing hats. The...

10. Mr. and Mrs. George Lacy, Wahpeton, Dakota Territory Mr. and Mrs. George Lacy, Wahpeton, Dakota Territory Pioneer Era; People; City & Town Life; Women; This photograph shows Mr. and Mrs. George Lacy sitting in their buggy. A horse pulls the buggy. Notice the detail of their clothing. Behind them, a bridge over the Red River separating Wahpeton, Dakota...

11. Red River Valley Mills Red River Valley Mills People; Pioneer Era; Business & Industry; This photograph features the Red River Valley Mills. It is a large wooden structure with a smoke stack. Horse-drawn wagons are positioned in front of the mill. They carry sacks of flour. Several men stand...
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