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1. William H. Rettke's homestead, south of Beulah, N.D. William H. Rettke's homestead, south of Beulah, N.D. Weather; Pioneer Era This photograph features William Rettke's shack south of Beulah, N.D at right. It is a small wooden structure with a chimney. At left, another wooden structure is visible. Both structures look very rugged....

2. Four Bears Bridge, New Town, N.D. Four Bears Bridge, New Town, N.D. Water; Transportation; The Four Bears Bridge featured in this photograph stretches across the Missouri River (Lake Sakakawea). The bridge has large concrete structures at its base for support. In the distance the opposite bank...

3. Roads garage moved to White Shield, N.D. Roads garage moved to White Shield, N.D. Transportation At center, the garage is being moved from one location to another. The building is wooden and has three windows. At right, an electric pole as well as building are visable. At left, two automobiles and...

4. Bethania Lutheran church 6 miles North of Manfred, N.D. Bethania Lutheran church 6 miles North of Manfred, N.D. Religion; Art & Architecture; A view of a church raised off the ground with boards, ready to be moved. The church has a large steeple over the main door, and one smaller steeple on the left side, the small steeple on the right is missing,...

5. Unidentified train wreck, McLean County, N.D. Unidentified train wreck, McLean County, N.D. Transportation; To the right, the track and be viewed with piles of rubble on either side. On the left side there are destroyed structures.

6. Janene Spatz interview Janene Spatz interview People; Religion; Social Life & Customs; An interview with Janene Spatz for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Janene talks about the Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church in Vessey, South Dakota. The church is still...

7. Kenny and Joyce Torpen, and Jerry Aase interview Kenny and Joyce Torpen, and Jerry Aase interview People; Religion; An interview with Kenny and Joyce Torpen, and Jerry Aase for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Kenny and Joyce and Jerry talk about the history of the Union Prairie Church;...

8. William Mundel moving old studio in Wyndmere, N.D. William Mundel moving old studio in Wyndmere, N.D. People; Transportation; This photograph shows two men and four horses. One man sits on top of the studio, while the other poses near the horses. Horses pull the studio to its new location. The studio is a very small wooden structure...

9. Agriculture students with calf warming box Agriculture students with calf warming box Agriculture; Colleges and universities; Education; People; Two Bismarck State College Agriculture students, one identified as Andrew Vetter, stand next to a wooden calf warming box they constructed for the Agricultural Structures class. Both students are wearing...

10. Agriculture student with two-story dog house Agriculture student with two-story dog house Agriculture; Colleges and universities; Education; People; A Bismarck State College Agriculture Technology student, Tom Binder, with a white, two-story dog house built as a project for the Agricultural Structures class. Binder is standing inside a workshop and...

11. Homestead of Peter Mouer, Richland County, N.D. Homestead of Peter Mouer, Richland County, N.D. People; Pioneer Era Three men pose in this picture. Peter Mouer sits in the buggy with a dog and three horses are visible. Behind them two wooden structures can be seen. The men appear to be building a house. Much vegetation...

12. J.S. Hunter moving outfit, Egeland, N.D. J.S. Hunter moving outfit, Egeland, N.D. Agriculture; People; This photograph features a livery stable being moved. It is a large wooden structure with a sign that reads “Livery Stable. Brooks & Grove Livery Feed & Sale Stable”. Three men stand near the stable...

13. Moving the Depot in Egeland, N.D. Moving the Depot in Egeland, N.D. People; Transportation; This photograph shows the Depot in Egeland being moved on a flat-bed trailer pulled by a semi. The Depot is a wooden two story building with many windows. Spectators and automobiles can be seen as well....

14. Badlands Motel, second stage, Medora, N.D. Badlands Motel, second stage, Medora, N.D. City & Town Life; This photograph features a view of Medora, N.D. The Badlands Motel is the two long structures that stretch across the center of the photograph. Other buildings and businesses in Medora are visible to the...

15. Moving the bison statue, Billings County, N.D. Moving the bison statue, Billings County, N.D. People; This photograph features a large buffalo statue being moved. Behind the statue, a truck that is hoisting up the statue is in sight. A man assists in the process. At right, another automobile can be seen....

16. Schafer homestead and farm, Valley City, N.D. Schafer homestead and farm, Valley City, N.D. Agriculture; People; Rural views; View of the John Schafer homestead and farm near Valley City, N.D. On the left is a small house with barrels against one wall. A woman and child sit in a carriage pulled by one horse. Two other structures...

17. The Commerce, Manufactures, and Progress of Valley City, Dakota The Commerce, Manufactures, and Progress of Valley City, Dakota Business & Industry; Pioneer Era; People; City & Town Life; Communication; Fifty two page booklet on the commerce, manufactures, and progress of Valley City, Dakota Territory.
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