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1. Four Bears Memorial Bridge Dedication ceremony ribbon cutting, New Town, N.D. Four Bears Memorial Bridge Dedication ceremony ribbon cutting, New Town, N.D. Dedications; Rites & ceremonies; Bridges; Men; Women; Children; People; Headdresses; Spectators; Governors; Ribbons; The present-day Four Bears Memorial Bridge was dedicated with proper ceremonies Oct. 1, 1955. This photo was taken as Wilma Packineau gets ready to cut the ribbon opening it for traffic. Standing beside...

2. Statue once at Fort Buford, N.D. Statue once at Fort Buford, N.D. Historic sites; Sculpture; Feathers; View of a statue of a Native American man's face with a feather in his hair.

3. Commandant's Residence, Fort Buford, N.D. Commandant's Residence, Fort Buford, N.D. Forts & fortifications; Military facilities; Historic sites; Buildings; Exterior view of the Commandant's Residence which is now a museum, and a statue of a Native American man is visible on the right.

4. Fort Buford, N.D. Fort Buford, N.D. Forts & fortifications; Military facilities; Historic sites; Buildings; Stables; Wooden buildings; Grasses; View of two old wooden structures at Fort Buford, N.D. There is an old stable building in the background, which has been torn down, and the building in the foreground which has been restored.

5. Stable at Fort Buford, N.D. Stable at Fort Buford, N.D. Forts & fortifications; Military facilities; Historic sites; Buildings; Wooden buildings; Stabilization prints; Grasses; Exterior view of two sides of an old wooden stable building which was torn down in the late 1970s or early 1980s.

6. Commandant's Residence, Fort Buford, N.D. Commandant's Residence, Fort Buford, N.D. Forts & fortifications; Military facilities; Historic sites; Buildings; Flags; Flagpoles; Wooden buildings; Exterior view of the Commandant's Residence which is now a museum, and an American Flag.

7. Fort Buford, N.D. Fort Buford, N.D. Forts & fortifications; Military facilities; Historic sites; Buildings; View of the exterior of an old building at Fort Buford State Historic Site which preserves remnants of a frontier military post.

8. Albert M. Thompson portrait Albert M. Thompson portrait Men; Photographers; Portraits; Neckties; Suits (Clothing); Photographic studios; "Albert M. Thompson, and early-comer of the Wildrose area, filed on land two miles north of the town in what is present-day Divide county. His homestead was the first in Palmer township. A neighbor, Frank...

9. Mrs. Robert Newell and son portrait Mrs. Robert Newell and son portrait Portraits; Women; Boys; Families; Mrs. Mary Newell and her young son, probably Chester Newell who was born December 23, 1885, appear in an early-day portrait.
Among those who remained in Williston was a Scotch family, Mr. and Mrs....

10. Snowden bridge, McKenzie County, N.D. Snowden bridge, McKenzie County, N.D. Bridges; Rivers; The present-day MOndak Bridge, has, since 1985, been assigned the duty of carrying the north-south motorvehicle traffic across the Missouri River. The new structure, located close to Fort Buford and Fort...

11. Four Bears Memorial Bridge Dedication ceremony ribbon cutting, Four Bears Memorial Bridge Dedication ceremony ribbon cutting, Dedications; Rites & ceremonies; Bridges; Women; Men; Spectators; Governors; "The present-day Four Bears Memorial Bridge was dedicated with proper ceremonies Oct. 1, 1955. As the photo was taken, Wilma Packineau has just cut the ribbon opening it for traffic. Standing besider her...

12. The old Courthouse, Williston, N.D. The old Courthouse, Williston, N.D. Log buildings; Houses; Utility poles; Roads; Sidewalks; Roofs; Frontier & pioneer life; The old log courthouse "on the corner of present-day second avenue west and fifth street in a later year when it may have been Doc and Mary Zahl's home, and was also utilized for meetings of county officials."...

13. Old store, Howard, N.D. Old store, Howard, N.D. Stores & shops; Men; Bicycles & tricycles; Horses; Carts & wagons; Hats; Chimneys; Barrels; Rifles; Crates; Four men stand outside a tar paper store. A bicycle and barrels are visible outside the store. Left to right are Henry Thoeny, Howard Nelson, Dan Nero and Jim Haskett.
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