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1. Oil discovery in North Dakota, monument, Tioga, N.D. Oil discovery in North Dakota, monument, Tioga, N.D. Monuments & memorials; View of a monument in Tioga, N.D. Inscription reads: "Oil was first discovered in North Dakota by Amerada Petroleum Corporation April 4, 1951. This Williston Basin Discovery, Clarence Iverson No. 1 opened...

2. View overlooking Four Bears Bridge, near New Town, N.D. View overlooking Four Bears Bridge, near New Town, N.D. Rivers; Bridges; Water; Truss bridges; Piers & wharves; Lakes; Dams; Cliffs; Clouds; View overlooking the Four Bears Bridge crossing over the Missouri River near New Town, N.D. This bridge was completed in 1955 after the Garrison Dam was closed off. This pictured bridge was in use from...

3. Trailer with crane accident on Lewis & Clark bridge, Williston, N.D. Trailer with crane accident on Lewis & Clark bridge, Williston, N.D. Bridges; Boys; Signs (Notices); Trucks; Spectators; Crowds; Cowboy hats; People; Hoisting machinery; Roads; Roadblocks; Men; Children; Accidents; Bridge failures; Destruction & pillage; Trailers; View of a trailer with a Wide load sign and a crane tipped over on the Lewis & Clark Bridge between Williams and McKenzie Counties, near Williston, N.D. Two boys wearing cowboy hats are holding a sign...

4. Lewis & Clark Bridge, Williston, N.D. Lewis & Clark Bridge, Williston, N.D. Water; Bridges; Rivers; Truss bridges; Clouds; View of the Lewis & Clark Bridge over the Missouri River between Williams and McKenzie Counties near Williston, N.D.

5. New and old Lewis & Clark Bridges, Williston, N.D. New and old Lewis & Clark Bridges, Williston, N.D. Water; Bridges; Rivers; Aerial views; Truss bridges; Demolition; Roads; Automobile travel; View of the new and old Lewis & Clark Bridges over the Missouri River between Williams and McKenzie Counties near Williston, N.D. One truss of the old bridge has collapsed or was being taken down. The...

6. Montana Dakota Power Co. laying gas Pipeline across Lewis & Clark Bridge, Williston, N.D. Montana Dakota Power Co. laying gas Pipeline across Lewis & Clark Bridge, Williston, N.D. Water; Bridges; Rivers; Truss bridges; Men; Pipelines; Public utility companies; People; Roads; View of people working on the far left side of the Lewis and Clark Bridge over the Missouri River between Williams and McKenzie Counties near Williston, N.D. These people, both on the bridge deck and in...

7. Aerial view over the Missouri River as Ice breaks up near Williston, N.D. Aerial view over the Missouri River as Ice breaks up near Williston, N.D. Water; Bridges; Ice; Rivers; Aerial views; Truss bridges; Aerial view overlooking the ice breaking up in the Missouri River and a four truss bridge, probably the Lewis & Clark Bridge between Williams and McKenzie Counties, near Williston, N.D.

8. 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.

9. Four Bears Memorial Bridge Dedication ceremony, New Town, N.D. Four Bears Memorial Bridge Dedication ceremony, New Town, N.D. Dedications; Rites & ceremonies; Bridges; Men; Women; Children; People; Headdresses; Spectators; Governors; Clothing & dress; Hats; Crowds; Automobiles; Automobile travel; Transportation; Crowds of people standing in front of rows of automobiles at the Four Bears Memorial Bridge dedication. There are men, women and children as well as Native American men wearing headdresses in the crowds...

10. Sidney Bridge, south of Sidney, Mont. Sidney Bridge, south of Sidney, Mont. Bridges; Trees; Truss bridges; Rivers; Clouds; View of the Sidney Bridge, or Yellowstone Bridge, just South of Sidney, Montana which crosses the Yellowstone River. This bridge opened in June of 1932.

11. Culbertson Bridge south of Culbertson, Mont. Culbertson Bridge south of Culbertson, Mont. Water; Bridges; Truss bridges; Rivers; Steel; View of the Culbertson Bridge just south of Culbertson, Montana and surrounding landscape. This steel truss bridge crossed the Missouri River on Highway MT-16. It was constructed in 1934 and was in use...

12. Fire, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Williston, N.D. Fire, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Williston, N.D. Fire engines; Fire fighters; Fire fighting; Firefighting equipment; Fire helmets; Fires; Churches; Debris; Hoses; Men; Ladders; Trucks; The Williston Fire Department truck is visible on the right half of the photograph, at the scene of a fire at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Williston, N.D. Remains of the burned church can be seen behind...

13. Williston High School marching band in parade, Williston, N.D. Williston High School marching band in parade, Williston, N.D. Bands; Marching bands; Marching; Band uniforms; Musical instruments; Buildings; Streets; Stores & shops; Storefronts; Spectators; Parades & processions; Flags; Tubas; Trombones; Saxophones; People; View of the Williston, N.D. High School Band marching down Main Street in Williston, N.D. Students are wearing band uniforms and playing their musical instruments, including tubas, trombones and saxophones....

14. Bands marching down Main Street, Williston, N.D. Bands marching down Main Street, Williston, N.D. Bands; Marching bands; Marching; Band uniforms; Musical instruments; Buildings; Streets; Stores & shops; Storefronts; Spectators; Parades & processions; Looking down on the storefronts and bands marching down Main Street, Williston, N.D. possibly a 1950s band day. Spectators line the sidewalks and local businesses are visible such as: Luzon Cafe, Kathers...

15. Oil discovery in North Dakota monument, Tioga, N.D. Oil discovery in North Dakota monument, Tioga, N.D. Monuments; Oil wells; Petroleum industry; Discovery & exploration; Celebrations; A view of the monument to oil discovery in North Dakota, which reads "Oil was first discovered in North Dakota by Amerada Petroleum Corporation April 4, 1951. This Williston Basin discovery, Clarence Iverson...

16. Aerial view of the Lewis and Clark Bridge, Williston, N.D. Aerial view of the Lewis and Clark Bridge, Williston, N.D. Aerial views; Bridges; Rivers; Aerial view overlooking the Lewis & Clark bridge which spans the Missouri River between Williams County and McKenzie County, North Dakota. "Five years following the final demise of Williston’s Missouri...

17. Exterior of Plainsman Hotel, Williston, N.D. Exterior of Plainsman Hotel, Williston, N.D. Hotels; Automobiles; Buildings; Signs (Notices); Streets; Exterior view of the Plainsman Hotel and Coffee Shop with cars parked on the street outside. "In 1950, with the Williston business community experiencing a period of rapid growth, the Plainsman Hotel was...

18. WWII Vice President Henry Wallace, General Chennault, China WWII Vice President Henry Wallace, General Chennault, China Vice presidents; Generals; Military officers; Dogs; Buildings; Men; A view of former Vice President Henry A. Wallace (second from left) and General Claire Lee Chennault (second from right) exiting a building in China.
"(Editor's note - Bill Shemorry, of Williston,...

19. Oil discovery in North Dakota, monument unveiling, Tioga, N.D. Oil discovery in North Dakota, monument unveiling, Tioga, N.D. Monuments; Monuments & memorials; Historical markers; Oil wells; Petroleum industry; Awards; Rites & ceremonies; At an oil celebration, a man unveils an upright stone monument with caption "Oil was first discovered in North Dakota by Amerada Petroleum Corporation April 4, 1951. This Williston Basin discovery, Clarence...

20. United States Field artillery fires at Japanese along Burma Road, Burma United States Field artillery fires at Japanese along Burma Road, Burma Artillery (Troops); Arms & armament; War; Men; "U.S. field artillery battery fires at Japanese along Burma Road. An American field artillery batter fires a 75-mm howitzer at Japanese emplacements along the Burma Road near Namhkam, Burma Road town which...
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