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1. Lewis & Clark bridge and the breaking up of the Missouri River, Williston, N.D. Lewis & Clark bridge and the breaking up of the Missouri River, Williston, N.D. Water; Bridges; View overlooking the Lewis & Clark Bridge and the ice breaking up in the Missouri River between Williams and McKenzie Counties, near Williston, N.D.

2. Roosevelt Bridge on the Little Missouri River, Watford City, N.D. Roosevelt Bridge on the Little Missouri River, Watford City, N.D. Water; Bridges; Rivers; People; Crowds; View of the Roosevelt Bridge on the Little Missouri River near Watford City, N.D. There is a crowd of people on the right side of the bridge.

3. Births of Pasonault's children, Williston, N.D. Births of Pasonault's children, Williston, N.D. Births; Birthplaces; Children; Paper; Families; Fathers; Page listing the births of J.E. Pasonault's six children. It says "Births. Joseph Leo Michael Ernest Pasonault Born 27 Aug. 1897 Cando, N.D. Katherine Louise Pasonault Born March 7th 1899 of Cando, N.D....

4. Portrait of Catherine Pasonault, N.D. Portrait of Catherine Pasonault, N.D. Women; Portraits; Portrait photographs; People; Hairstyles; Spouses; Portrait of Catherine Pasonault's profile. She is wearing a blouse and has her hair up. Catherine (Callahan) Pasonault was born August 28, 1876 in Ireland, married J.E. Pasonault, and died on November...

5. Catherine and J.E. Pasonault portrait, Cando, N.D. Catherine and J.E. Pasonault portrait, Cando, N.D. Men; Women; Couples; Portraits; Portrait photographs; Studio portrait of Ernest Joseph "J.E." Pasonault and his wife Catherine (Callahan) Pasonault taken in his photograph studio in Cando, N.D. Ernest Joseph Pasonault was born on Dec. 4, 1874 and died Dec....

6. Bill Shemorry, with wife Corinne Shemorry at left, receiving an Honor Award Citation from Lewis A. Vincent, Bill Shemorry, with wife Corinne Shemorry at left, receiving an Honor Award Citation from Lewis A. Vincent, Williston, N.D. Awards; Fire prevention; Newspaper editors; Suits (Clothing); Men; Women; Couples; Hats; Neckties; William "Bill" Shemorry, managing editor of the Williams County Farmers Press of Williston, North Dakota, receiving an Honor Award Citation from Lewis A. Vincent, General Manager of the National Board...

7. Williston Coyotes, 1974 Girls Basketball program, Williston, N.D. Williston Coyotes, 1974 Girls Basketball program, Williston, N.D. Basketball; Basketball players; Sports; Athletes; Women; Portraits; Four page Williston Coyotes Girls Basketball program from 1974 which includes individual portraits of the team members as well as a team roster, team schedule, and advertisements for local businesses that...

8. Four male youth athletes win Annual KWBM sports Awards Keys Four male youth athletes win Annual KWBM sports Awards Keys People; Men; Athletes; Young adults; View of seven men dressed up, four men stand in the back row and three sit in the front. The four men standing in the back won the Annual KWBM sports Awards Keys for Williams County male youth athletes....

9. Salvation Army store and Schlilg Bar building exteriors, Williston, N.D. Salvation Army store and Schlilg Bar building exteriors, Williston, N.D. Buildings; Automobiles; Streets; Storefronts; Exterior view of the storefronts of the Salvation Army store and the Schlig bar, probably near Williston, N.D. There is an automobile parked along the curb in the street.

10. Williston Coyotes 1921 football team portrait Williston Coyotes 1921 football team portrait Football; Football players; Athletes; Students; Coaches; Uniforms; Sporting goods; Athletic clubs; Men; Teenagers; Schools; The Williston High School 1921 football team poses for a portrait. The back row, from left to right are: coach Joseph Cutting, Farries, Olson, Mockel, Phillips, Kulas and Bangs. The next row from the back,...

11. Williston Oil Discovery Day celebration barbecue, N.D. Williston Oil Discovery Day celebration barbecue, N.D. Celebrations; Queens; Business people; Petroleum industry; Men; Women; Crowds; Barbecues; Sandwiches; Butchers; Aprons; Cities; Munching on barbecue sandwiches are Dr. Robert E. Wilson, Oil Discovery Day guest of honor, and Patsy Joyce, queen of the celebration. Patsy served Wilson the first sandwich. Thousands enjoyed free barbecue...

12. Williston Coyotes 1932 football team portrait Williston Coyotes 1932 football team portrait Football; Football players; Athletes; Students; Coaches; Uniforms; Sporting goods; Athletic clubs; Men; Teenagers; Schools; The 1932 Williston High School football team is pictured in uniform. Coach Joseph Cutting stands at the left in the bowtie, hat and coat. Unfortunately, none of the other men in the photograph have been...

13. William E. (Bill) Shemorry in uniform armed with a camera on maneuvers in Tennessee William E. (Bill) Shemorry in uniform armed with a camera on maneuvers in Tennessee Photographers; Cameras; Military personnel; Military uniforms; Military training; Firearms; While on maneuvers, training in Tennessee, Bill Shemorry poses with his Speed Graphic camera and firearm for a photograph.

14. North Dakota Democratic Political Convention, 1968, Bismarck N.D. North Dakota Democratic Political Convention, 1968, Bismarck N.D. Politicians; Political conventions; Political parties; Legislators; Men; Stages (Platforms); Flags; Chairs; Posters; Banners; Telephones; Tables; Coffeepots; Spectators; Women; Typewriters; Eyeglasses; Senator Hubert H. Humphrey on the stage at the North Dakota State Democratic Convention, shakes hands with Grace Link, who stands beside Arthur Link, as the crowd and delegates look on. Behind Humphrey...

15. Squires return from a Farmers Club trip, Squires, N.D. Squires return from a Farmers Club trip, Squires, N.D. Men; Automobiles; Croplands; Hats; Coats; Neckties; Clouds; Homesteading; Farmers Club trips were a popular means of learning for the early settlers. This picture was taken July 28, 1915, at the end of an excursion to Marmon, Cottonwood Lake, and Wildrose by forty members of...

16. Congregational Church cornerstone laying, Williston, N.D. Congregational Church cornerstone laying, Williston, N.D. Cornerstone laying; Churches; Rites & ceremonies; Men; Women; Children; The cornerstone laying ceremony was a memorable community occasion with a crowd of 2,000 present. Many had driven miles by horse and buggy, bringing bedding so they could "camp" overnight in the partially...

17. Electric Power house irrigation plant, Williston, N.D. Electric Power house irrigation plant, Williston, N.D. Irrigation; Irrigation canals & flumes; Power industry; Power plants; Farming; During Williston's emerging days, irrigation was thought to be a panacea for the farmers and a great effort was made to organize it under a new law passed by Congress. OUt of this grew the Williston Irrigation...

18. U.S. Highway 2 dedication banquet dignitaries, Williston, N.D. U.S. Highway 2 dedication banquet dignitaries, Williston, N.D. Roads; Dedications; Ribbons; Governors; Dirt roads; Dignitaries present for both the U.S. 2 dedication banquet and Williston's 15 annual Band Festival are pictured on the reviewing stand at the corner of Main Street and Broadway during hte parade of 21...

19. U.S. Highway 2 dedication ceremony, Ray, N.D. U.S. Highway 2 dedication ceremony, Ray, N.D. Roads; Dedications; Ribbons; Governors; Dirt roads; Governor John Moses cuts a ribbon at the Ray railroad underpass marking the completion of U.S. 2 as a paved road from coast to coast. Left to right are N.D. Highway Patrolman Arthur Tiedtke; Chief Petty...

20. Corp. Thomas D. Kerrick grave stone, Athens Township, Williams County, N.D. Corp. Thomas D. Kerrick grave stone, Athens Township, Williams County, N.D. Monuments & memorials; Veterans; Graves; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Cemeteries; Flags; Corporal Thomas D. Kerrick, Civil War Veteran, Co. G. 64th Infantry. Grave stone in Section 28, Athens Township, Williams County.
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