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1. A grain elevator A grain elevator Grain elevators; Carts & wagons; Horses; Grain industry; Line of wagons loaded with sacks of grain approaching grain elevator with large 'A' on side.

2. Another brave teacher shelters one of her pupils from the storm Another brave teacher shelters one of her pupils from the storm Snow; Blizzards; Students; Teachers; Death; Person holding another younger person with snow covering them from chest down.

3. Banking Up for winter in Dakota Banking Up for winter in Dakota Farms; Log cabins; Horses; Autumn; Winter; Clouds; Windmills; Farmstead with people working near buildings and placing items in underground area. Several men on horses. Windmill in background and clouds in sky appear dark and foreboding.

4. Banking Up for winter in Dakota Banking Up for winter in Dakota Farms; Log cabins; Horses; Autumn; Winter; Windmills; Clouds; Farmstead with people working near buildings and placing items in underground area. Several men on horses. Windmill in background and clouds in sky appear dark and foreboding.

5. Barber's Shop at Standing Rock, Dakota Territory, an Indian chief having his hair dressed Barber's Shop at Standing Rock, Dakota Territory, an Indian chief having his hair dressed Barbers; Barbering; Barbershops; Interiors; Pipes (Smoking); Man standing working on hair of Indian who has pipe in mouth. In room with various bottles, skins, and other items on wall.

6. Barber's shop at Standing Rock, Dakota Territory, an Indian chief having his hair dressed Barber's shop at Standing Rock, Dakota Territory, an Indian chief having his hair dressed Barbers; Barbering; Barbershops; Interiors; Pipes (Smoking); Man standing working on hair of Indian who has pipe in mouth. In room with various bottles, skins, and other items on wall.

7. Benjamin House, Dawson, N.D. Benjamin House, Dawson, N.D. Hotels; Horses; Three-story hotel situated on business corner with horse-drawn wagons on stteet.

8. 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.

9. Breaking up the land Breaking up the land Horses; Agricultural laborers; Plowing; Man observing line of horse-drawn plows breaking sod.

10. Butte de Morale Butte de Morale Trees; Valleys; Lakes & ponds; View from atop hill looking over grove of trees into broad valley with body of water in far distance and hill rising beyond.

11. Camp in the park, expedition to the Black Hills, Dakota Camp in the park, expedition to the Black Hills, Dakota Discovery & exploration; Military personnel; Military camps; Tents; Trees; Horses; Smoke; Military camp in open plain with tents, wagons and horses; smoke rising in distance with hills and trees in far background.

12. Camp Red River Hunters Camp Red River Hunters Tipis; Tents; Covered wagons; Indian encampments; Expeditions & surveys; Hunting;

13. Camp where gold was first discovered, Custer Gulch on the left Camp where gold was first discovered, Custer Gulch on the left Discovery & exploration; Military personnel; Military camps; Tents; Trees; Canyons; Gold; Looking down on military camp with tents and military personnel, with hills and trees in background.

14. Capt. Richard H. Pratt Capt. Richard H. Pratt Portrait drawings; Drawing of Captain Richard H. Pratt, member of the United States Board of Indian Commissioners. Likely based upon a photograph by D.F. Barry while the commission was at Standing Rock Indian Reservation...

15. Chief Gall Chief Gall Portrait drawings; Tribal chiefs; Drawing of chief involved in negotiations with United States Board of Indian Commissioners on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation. Likely based upon a photograph by D.F. Barry while the commission was...

16. Chief John Grass Chief John Grass Portrait drawings; Tribal chiefs; Drawing of chief involved in negotiations with United States Board of Indian Commissioners on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation. Likely based upon a photograph by D.F. Barry while the commission was...

17. Chief Mad Bear Chief Mad Bear Portrait drawings; Tribal chiefs; Drawing of chief involved in negotiations with United States Board of Indian Commissioners on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation. Likely based upon a photograph by D.F. Barry while the commission was...

18. Curious Indian ceremony at Standing Rock Agency, the Sioux Chief, Fire Cloud, dedicating the sacred Standing Curious Indian ceremony at Standing Rock Agency, the Sioux Chief, Fire Cloud, dedicating the sacred Standing Rock to peace and plenty Monuments & memorials; Rites & ceremonies; Brooms & brushes; Indian with brush in hand standing next to rock set on a two-layer pedestal. Other Indians and man in suit, likely Major James McLaughlin standing behind the rock.

19. 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...

20. Dakota Dakota Plowing; Plows; Horses; Agricultural laborers; Plowing scene on the Helendale Farm in Richland County, N.D. owned and operated by James B. Power, showing about 21 teams of horses hitched to plows on open prairie. Teams going in both directions with...
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