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1. Murder of Lieutenant Beever by the Sioux Indians Murder of Lieutenant Beever by the Sioux Indians Soldiers; Ambushes; Firearms; Bows (Archery); Soldier atop horse on ground firing pistol at Indians that are attaching from all side. Located among trees near Apple Creek and Missouri River, south of Bismarck, N.D.

2. Dakota, the laying of the corner-stone of the new capitol at Bismarck, September 5th Dakota, the laying of the corner-stone of the new capitol at Bismarck, September 5th Capitols; Cornerstone laying; Crowds; Spectators; Large crowd of people, including Indians some of whom are on horses, gathered around raised platform on scaffolding with people. Block and tackle rises above platform, likely to set cornerstone in place....

3. Cutting and binding grain on the Dalrymple Farm Cutting and binding grain on the Dalrymple Farm Harvesting; Horse teams; Horses; Railroad locomotives; Railroad cars; Railroad tracks; Wheat; Agricultural laborers; Numerous horse teams pulling binders over grain field, placing bundles of grain on ground while laborers place them in shocks across the field. Railroad train traveling alongside field into distance with...

4. Dakota Territory, the great wheat fields in the Valley of the Red River of the North, threshing by steam Dakota Territory, the great wheat fields in the Valley of the Red River of the North, threshing by steam on the Dalrymple Farm, formerly a barren prairie Threshing; Threshing machines; Carts & wagons; Horse teams; Horses; Agricultural laborers; Steam engines; Wheat; Barrels; Bags; Panoramic view of numerous threshing machines in operation in field covered with shocks of grain, likely wheat. In foreground is detailed view of steam engine in operation with belt to threshing machine...

5. View of the Northern Pacific Railroad bridge, Bismarck View of the Northern Pacific Railroad bridge, Bismarck Railroad bridges; Rivers; Floods; Spectators; View from atop hill looking down on railroad bridge over the Missouri River with railroad car on approach and people gathered on tracks and along river bank. Flooding river has white caps as it rushes...

6. Plowing, harrowing and seeding on the Dalrymple Farm Plowing, harrowing and seeding on the Dalrymple Farm Agricultural laborers; Horse teams; Horses; Carts & wagons; Bags; Lines of horse-drawn implements on large field, with nearest line seeding, next dragging and furthest line plowing. Other farming in far distance. In foreground is horse-drawn wagon filled with bags of...

7. Sibley's Indian expedition crossing the James River, Dacotah Territory, July 20, 1863 Sibley's Indian expedition crossing the James River, Dacotah Territory, July 20, 1863 Military personnel; Rivers; Military maneuvers; Carts & wagons; Horses; View from atop hill showing military troops approaching and crossing the James River. There appears to be a temporary bridge erected over the river. Beyond river are hills.

8. Fort Union and distribution of goods to the Assiniboines Fort Union and distribution of goods to the Assiniboines Forts & fortifications; Tipis; Carts & wagons; Indian encampments; Tipis, Indians and traders gathered over large open grounds with Fort Union in the background.

9. Laying the corner-stone of the capitol of Dakota in Bismarck Laying the corner-stone of the capitol of Dakota in Bismarck Capitols; Cornerstone laying; Crowds; Spectators; Large crowd of people, including Indians on horses, gathered around raised platform on scaffolding with people. Block and tackle raises above platform, likely to set cornerstone in place.

10. Boundary-post between the United States and Rupert's Land, at Pembina, Red River Boundary-post between the United States and Rupert's Land, at Pembina, Red River Boundary markers; Tipis; Dogs; Carts & wagons; Two Indians standing near boundary marker with dogs nearby. In background are two tipis with Red River Carts nearby. Other Indians gathered around an enclosure of willow branches.

11. Dakota, Council of Sioux Indians, recently held at Standing Rock Agency, to consider the land question, Dakota, Council of Sioux Indians, recently held at Standing Rock Agency, to consider the land question, Sitting Bull addressing the council. Crowds; Meetings; Horses; Large group of people gathered around courtyard with building in background, including several people seated on roof. Man, Sitting Bull, standing in open area while number of men and women seated behind...

12. Standing Rock, the sacred stone of the Sioux Standing Rock, the sacred stone of the Sioux Monuments; Log cabins; Tipis; Trees; Group of six Indians and two children gathered around stone in open country. In background is a log cabin and tipis by trees.

13. Issuing rations at the Sisseton Indian Agency, Dakota Issuing rations at the Sisseton Indian Agency, Dakota Interiors; Office workers; Indian agents; Collage of five scenes at the agency showing the process of distributing rations to the Indians.

14. Gen. Sibley's Indian expedition pursuing the Sioux over the Coteau du Missouri, Dacotah Territory, after Gen. Sibley's Indian expedition pursuing the Sioux over the Coteau du Missouri, Dacotah Territory, after the battle of the Big Hills, July 24, 1863 Military personnel; Horses; Military maneuvers; View from hill top with five military personnel on horses looking down upon soldiers in formation and on horses in maneuvers.
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