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1. Artists sketch of Little Muddy in 1887, N.D. Artists sketch of Little Muddy in 1887, N.D. Tents; Pioneers; Frontier & pioneer life; Sketches; People; Sketch of Little Muddy in 1887. "One hundred years afo, Little Muddy, the predecessor of Williston was a rip roaring, hell raising, boom-town. That was the way it was in 1887, the year the St. Paul, Minneapolis...

2. Ladies of Williston's early days at Mary Newell's home near Williston, N.D. Ladies of Williston's early days at Mary Newell's home near Williston, N.D. Women; Children; Infants; Houses; Group portrait of some ladies of Williston's early days including Mary Newell, her friends, and many of her children. This image was taken at Mary Newell's country home near Williston. "Old Time Party...

3. Mercer celebration at the Villa Militaire, Fort Buford, near Williston, N.D. Mercer celebration at the Villa Militaire, Fort Buford, near Williston, N.D. Houses; Crowds; Men; Women; Forts & fortifications; Dresses; Hats; Lawns; Children; Clouds; A large crowd is gathered outside the Villa Militaire, the headquarters building of old Fort Buford, to celebrate the anniversary of the arrival of residents John and Sarah Mercer's ancestors to Fort Buford...

4. Williston, Downtown, N.D. Williston, Downtown, N.D. Homesteading; Stores & shops; Men; Buildings; By 1888, Little Muddy, now Williston, had begun to grow. Metzger's store was still in the center of things. The two story building may have been the Carl Wittmeir store. Another of the log structures no...

5. Little Muddy, G. Metzger's Grocery Store, N.D. Little Muddy, G. Metzger's Grocery Store, N.D. Grocers; Grocery stores; Buildings; Homesteading; Little Muddy in 1887. G. B. Metzger's grocery store dominated the scene. In the background left to right are buildings owned by Alton Wagner, Andy Wittier, Bob Pontet, Joe Bell and Henry Eharst.
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