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1. Blockhouse and palisade, Fort Abraham Lincoln Blockhouse and palisade, Fort Abraham Lincoln Blockhouses; Cliffs; Forts & fortifications; Close-up of reconstructed Blockhouse and part of stockade fence.

2. Senate National Parks committee in Yellowstone Coaches crossing Little Missouri River northwest of Medora, Senate National Parks committee in Yellowstone Coaches crossing Little Missouri River northwest of Medora, N.D. Government officials; Legislators; Carriages & coaches; Horses; Horseback riding; Rivers; Members of the Senate National Parks committee cross the Little Missouri River near Medora, N.D. Several people also ride on horseback alongside the coaches.

3. Senate National Parks Committee in Yellowstone Coaches, North Dakota Badlands Senate National Parks Committee in Yellowstone Coaches, North Dakota Badlands Carriages & coaches; Horses; Horseback riding; Government officials; Legislators; Members of the Senate National Parks Committee tour the North Dakota Badlands in Yellowstone Coaches. Several people also ride on horseback.

4. View of Fort Totten and Devils Lake, N.D. View of Fort Totten and Devils Lake, N.D. Forts & fortifications; Lakes & ponds; Military facilities; Buildings at Fort Totten are visible in the foreground and Devils Lake is visible in the background in this overview of the area.

5. Band marching at International Peace Garden, Dunseith, N.D. Band marching at International Peace Garden, Dunseith, N.D. Bands; Musical instruments; Automobiles; Band members carry their musical instruments before a performance at the International Peace Garden. Many cars are parked in the background. This may be for the opening of the Peace Garden in 1932.

6. Chateau de Mores, Medora, N.D. Chateau de Mores, Medora, N.D. Houses; Porches; A view of the Chateau de Mores in Medora. Draperies hang in the windows on the upper level.

7. Hip bath at Chateau de Mores, Medora, N.D. Hip bath at Chateau de Mores, Medora, N.D. Bathrooms; Bathing; A hip bath, washstand and washbasin are visible in one of the rooms of the Chateau de Mores in Medora.

8. People visiting the Chateau de Mores, Medora, N.D. People visiting the Chateau de Mores, Medora, N.D. Houses; Several men and women stand outside the Chateau de Mores in Medora. The man standing on the porch appears to be caretaker Harry Roberts.

9. Students in traditional dress and costumes, Bismarck Indian School, Bismarck, N.D. Students in traditional dress and costumes, Bismarck Indian School, Bismarck, N.D. Headdresses; Feathers; Students; Girls; Students wear Native American garb and other costumes and stand in front of a brick building.

10. Aerial view of Liberty Memorial Bridge, Bismarck, N.D. Aerial view of Liberty Memorial Bridge, Bismarck, N.D. Bridges; Rivers; An aerial view of the Liberty Memorial Bridge spanning the Missouri River between Bismarck and Mandan.

11. Liberty Memorial Bridge, Bismarck, N.D. Liberty Memorial Bridge, Bismarck, N.D. Bridges; Rivers; Utility poles; Street lights; A view of the Liberty Memorial Bridge from the Bismarck side of the river. The road leading up to the bridge, streetlights and utility poles are visible.

12. Little Missouri Boat Trip 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...

13. Near Mouth of Beaver Creek, Badlands, N.D. Near Mouth of Beaver Creek, Badlands, N.D. Rivers; Buttes; This photograph shows a large butte opposite the photographer. The Missouri River can also be seen.

14. View of Little Missouri River near Medora, N.D. 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.

15. Little Missouri River near Elkhorn Ranch 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.

16. Deapolis, N.D. Deapolis, N.D. Loading docks; Elevators; Reflections; Railroad cars; Rivers; This photograph shows Deapolis, N.D. The elevator with the extending marine "leg" or loading shute is visible. Reflections can be seen in the river.

17. Chateau de Mores, Medora, N.D. Chateau de Mores, Medora, N.D. Houses; Flags; Flagpoles; An overview of the area occupied by the Chateau de Mores in Medora. The small building at the foot of the hill built by the WPA is also visible.

18. Reconstruction of blockhouse at Fort Abercrombie Reconstruction of blockhouse at Fort Abercrombie Blockhouses; Forts & fortifications; Logs; A view of the WPA reconstruction of the blockhouse at Fort Abercrombie. Sawn logs and other wood waste is visible in the foreground.

19. Blockhouse and palisade Fort Abraham Lincoln Blockhouse and palisade Fort Abraham Lincoln Blockhouses; Cliffs; Rivers; Forts & fortifications; Looks up stockade fence toward reconstructed blockhouse. Other buildings and Missouri River visible in distance.

20. National Guard marching at Arthur Sorlie's funeral, Bismarck, N.D. National Guard marching at Arthur Sorlie's funeral, Bismarck, N.D. Funeral rites & ceremonies; Lying in state; Capitols; Members of the North Dakota National Guard march on the capitol grounds as part of Governor Arthur Sorlie's state funeral. Several children walk along by the soldiers. The Liberty Memorial Building and...
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