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141. Eva McCoy with her pupils at school near Hanks, N.D. Eva McCoy with her pupils at school near Hanks, N.D. Rural schools; Sod buildings; Children; Teachers; School children; Teacher Eva McCoy (second from left) with her pupils in 1908 near Hanks in northwestern North Dakota. Eva came to the area to homestead, and was the first teacher in this sod school in Williams County....

142. Ruins of a sod house built in 1917 by Martin Veidt twenty-five miles west of White River, South Dakota
 Ruins of a sod house built in 1917 by Martin Veidt twenty-five miles west of White River, South Dakota Sod buildings; Ruins; Abandoned buildings; The ruins of a sod house with wooden window and door frames. The roof is missing. There are boards on the ground in front of the house, a tall pole standing in front of the house with wire attached to...

143. Ruins of a sod house built in 1917 by Martin Veidt twenty-five miles west of White River, South Dakota
 Ruins of a sod house built in 1917 by Martin Veidt twenty-five miles west of White River, South Dakota Sod buildings; Ruins; Abandoned buildings; The ruins of a sod house with wooden window and door frames. The roof is missing. There are boards on the ground in front of the house, a tall pole standing in front of the house with wire attached to...

144. Oral History Interview with Josephine Thedin Bostrom, 1984 Oral History Interview with Josephine Thedin Bostrom, 1984 Homesteading; Women; Baking; Fear; This interview was conducted in August 1984, by Warren Bostrom with his mother Josephine Thedin Bostrom at the Christian Nursing Home in Willmar, Minnesota. The interview concerns several stories relayed...

145. Old homestead Old homestead Sod buildings; Log buildings; Homesteading; Men; Three men standing in front of a sod house and two other log building. Location unidentified but likely in North Dakota.

146. Old homestead Old homestead Sod buildings; Log buildings; Homesteading; Men; Three men standing in front of a sod house and two other log building. Location unidentified but likely in North Dakota.

147. Thom Lund's homestead shack Thom Lund's homestead shack Sleds & sleighs; Horse teams; Horses; Homesteading; Men; Huts; Snow; Winter; Three men standing in the back of a horse drawn sleigh. "W.J. Kennedy, South Heart, N.D." and "New Stoughton Wagon" painted on the side of the sleigh. Image taken in winter with snow on the ground. Small...

148. I have no fear for thee or me as long as I know my gun hangs free 
 I have no fear for thee or me as long as I know my gun hangs free Sod buildings; Baby carriages; Ox teams; Horses; Rifles; Infants; Dogs; Three men, a woman, and baby in a baby carriage outside a sod house. To left are two oxen and a horse. The sod house shows a window, stovepipe, and a sod roof with plants growing on it. One man has a rifle...

149. Homestead of a 'Bonanza' farm, reaping and threshing Homestead of a 'Bonanza' farm, reaping and threshing Harvesting machinery; Threshing; Threshing machines; Agricultural laborers; Horses; Farms; Carriages & coaches; Bags; Windmills; Houses; Steam engines; Horse teams; Three separate images of farmstead, seven binders in grain field, men stacking bundles into shocks, threshing grain in operation. Images have titles, 'Reaping,' 'The Homestead,' and 'Threshing.'

150. Alonzo and Amber Vrooman homstead, Hughes Township, Slope County, N.D. Alonzo and Amber Vrooman homstead, Hughes Township, Slope County, N.D. Horses; Homesteading; Three woman and two men and two horses in front of tarpaper shack on homestead of Vroomans

151. Young Norwegian Dakotans Young Norwegian Dakotans Children; Holding hands; Two children, with girl holding hand of younger.

152. Farming scene, Daniel J. Lynch farm near Flaxton, N.D. Farming scene, Daniel J. Lynch farm near Flaxton, N.D. Farming; Horses; Horse teams; Croplands; Farmers; Homesteading; Two horse teams attached to two unidentified agricultural implements. A man is visible with each implement.

153. Home of Carl Kramer Home of Carl Kramer Houses; Buildings; Clapboard siding; Chimneys; Windmills; Ladders; Chickens; Dwellings; Farms; Farmhouses; Two images of Carl Kramer house near Strasburg, North Dakota.

154. People outside claim shanty People outside claim shanty Huts; Homesteading; Families; Two men and two women, one holding a baby, seated on ground in front of wood-frame shanty. Open prairie beyond cabin. People unidentified and place unknown but likely near Ambrose, N.D.

155. One of the first One of the first Huts; Men; Homesteading; Two men seated in front of a small wood frame shack. Location unknown, but likely taken in North Dakota.

156. Two men outside homestead house with sod around outside of shack Two men outside homestead house with sod around outside of shack Huts; Sod buildings; Men; Rifles; Homesteading; Two men, likely George Stancel and Wesley Janko, standing near entrance to wood shack, one holding rifle and the other a pick ax. Shack has sod partially piled around it. Also some tarpaper visible.

157. House at 1101 8th Street S., Fargo, N.D. House at 1101 8th Street S., Fargo, N.D. Houses; Porches; Two story wood frame front gable house with inclosed wrap around front porch. House located on corner lot

158. House at 411 13th Street S., Fargo, N.D. House at 411 13th Street S., Fargo, N.D. Houses; Porches; Two story wood frame Queen Anne style house with two turrets and fish scale shingle siding. House has a screened in front porch.

159. Two families of new settlers ready to start for their prairie home in North Dakota Two families of new settlers ready to start for their prairie home in North Dakota Families; Carts & wagons; Frontier & pioneer life; Horses; Homesteading; Emigration & immigration; Two wagons, hitched to horses, loaded with people, including children, and furniture. Standing in front of them are five men. In background portion of railroad car visible.

160. Playing croquet on Albert Honens' homestead, Denhoff, N.D. Playing croquet on Albert Honens' homestead, Denhoff, N.D. Croquet; Homesteading; Horses; Games; Two women and man with croquet sticks in front of tar paper shack. To left man and two others seated on horse-drawn wagon.
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