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Squires with horse drawn sled, Squires, N.D.
Men; Sleds & sleighs; Horses; Snow; Croplands; Hats; Coats; Homesteading;
One man stands in the snow in a field behind a horse drawn sled carrying another man. The sled reads "Squires N.Dak. March" the letters following "March" are illegible, Squires, N.D.
Squires return from a Farmers Club trip, Squires, N.D.
Men; Automobiles; Croplands; Hats; Coats; Neckties; Clouds; Homesteading;
Farmers Club trips were a popular means of learning for the early settlers. This picture was taken July 28, 1915, at the end of an excursion to Marmon, Cottonwood Lake, and Wildrose by forty members of...
Emil Hanson, homesteader, reading a magazine, Squires, N.D.
Men; Periodicals; Magazine covers; Chairs; Photographic studios; Suits (Clothing); Neckties; Homesteading;
Emil Hanson, the brother of Hartvig, the photographer, is pictured posing for a photograph during a relaxing moment as he sits indoors and reads one of Hartvig's magazines, Popular Photography. The magazine...
Homesteaders on motorcycles, Squires, N.D.
Men; Motorcycles; Hats; Neckties; Coats; Croplands; Homesteading;
Three men sit on three motorcycles. The dates on the licenses appear to be from about 1910. The two Harley Davidson motorcycles on the outside are equipped with carbide headlights. The middle motorcycle...
Homesteaders inside a Chuck Wagon (cook car), Squires, N.D.
Homesteading; Chuck wagons; Women; Men; Barrels; Lumber; Pails; Grasses; Houses; Croplands; Tableware; Hats; Dresses;
Pauline Vaselenko, ? Zapara, and P.N. Zapara take a break from manning the Chuck Wagon (cook car) to pose for a photograph in the doorway of the car. Outside the car are barrels, lumber and a pail, Squires,...
Men and seesaw, Squires, N.D.
Homesteading; Men; Seesaws; Rocks; Ladders; Lumber; Trees; Snow; Grasses; Hats; Coats;
A makeshift seesaw supports one man on each end, and one in the middle. The man in the middle is standing and pointing his finger in the air, while the other two men are sitting, facing the camera. Rocks...
Gathering at Mrs. Ackre's, Wildrose, N.D.
Houses; Men; Women; Children; Hats; Coats; Dresses; Homesteading; Dresses; Skirts;
A group is gathered outside the residence of Mrs. Ackre of a photograph. The group has gahered at the home for the day.
First settlers in Williston, N.D.
Homesteading; Men; Cowboys;
Among the first to settle in Williston were these famous buffalo hunters and cowboys: Front, Frank Poe, F.R. "Doc" Zahl, and Nick Bruegger. Standing, Doug Bell, Bent Bell, Fin Barnfather and Joe Bell.
Young woman bicyclist portrait
Women; Bicycles & tricycles; Homesteading; Hats; Skirts; Gloves; Studio props;
"This young bicyclist may be 'Miss Grace Smith' who pedaled L.V. Coulter all the way to the picnic at Wilson's Grove. The photo was taken by M.G. Markell, the first photographer to settle in Williston."...
Mrs. Walter Koepke (Clara) on a horse, near Twin L. School, Zahl, N.D.
Homesteading; Women; Horses; Hats; Dresses; Meadows;
Mrs. Walter Koepke (Clara) on her favorite horse, near Twin L. School, Zahl, N.D.
Henry and Dora Halvorson, homesteaders, Zahl, N.D.
Interiors; Men; Women; Neckties; Mustaches; Homesteading;
Henry and Dora Halvorson, homesteaders, pose for a photograph inside their home in Zahl, N.D.
Two women and one man standing in wheat field
Women; Men; Wheat; Croplands; Dresses; Hats; Mustaches; Homesteading;
Watching the wheat grow...Mrs. Henry Halvorson (Dora), Mrs Walter Koepke (Clara) and Henry Halvorson stand in a field, posing for a photograph
John Olson, homesteader, plows with oxen, south of Zahl, N.D.
Plowing; Plows; Homesteading; Ox teams; Croplands; Men; Hats;
John Olson, plowing with oxen
Men breaking sod with a hand plow, Zahl, N.D.
Plows; Plowing; Horses; Men; Homesteading; Croplands; Hats; Boulders;
Nels Olson and Henry Halvorson break sod the hard way with a horse drawn hand plow
Cities; Business districts; Stores & shops; Dirt roads; General stores; Homesteading;
A view of early Main Street Williston. The Lofgren Bros General Merchandise, Hardware, and Farm Implements is visible at the right side of the photograph.
Jonathan Winkjer homestead, Montrose, N.D.
Men; Plows; Wooden buildings; Homesteading; Plowing; Plows; Ox teams; Croplands;
Jonathan Winkjer poses for a picture outside of his homestead, standing behind his oxen and equipment, following a day of "sod-busting" in Montrose, N.D.
Williston, Downtown, N.D.
Homesteading; Stores & shops; Men; Buildings;
By 1888, Little Muddy, now Williston, had begun to grow. Metzger's store was still in the center of things. The two story building may have been the Carl Wittmeir store. Another of the log structures no...
Woman in a buggy, North Dakota
Homesteading; Carts & wagons; Dogs; Horses; Houses; Dresses; Hats;
A woman sits in a horse drawn buggy, with a dog beside her. Another dog can be seen in the foreground of the photograph. A house can be seen behind the group.
Little Muddy, G. Metzger's Grocery Store, N.D.
Grocers; Grocery stores; Buildings; Homesteading;
Little Muddy in 1887. G. B. Metzger's grocery store dominated the scene. In the background left to right are buildings owned by Alton Wagner, Andy Wittier, Bob Pontet, Joe Bell and Henry Eharst.
Mrs. Walter Koepke and dog, Zahl, N.D.
Women; Dogs; Meadows; Rivers; Homesteading;
Mrs. Walter Koepke and a dog pose for a photograph in a field in Zahl, N.D.
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