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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. Ribbon Cutting, General Hagen and Williston Chamber of Commerce, Williston, N.D. Ribbon Cutting, General Hagen and Williston Chamber of Commerce, Williston, N.D. People; Women; Men; Dedications; Scissors & shears; Hats; Clothing & dress; Balloons (Novelties); Children; Dresses; Eyeglasses; Suits (Clothing); Neckties; General Hagen cuts a ribbon during an unidentified ceremony promoted by the Williston Chamber of Commerce Contact Club. Women, men and children with balloons are gathered around him.

3. Fort Union Celebration, Fort Union, N.D. Fort Union Celebration, Fort Union, N.D. Automobiles; Bands; Men; Women; Children; Roads; Houses; Trees; Musical instruments; Flags; Hats; Thousands of people observe a ceremony which is part of the Fort Union Celebration. A band is playing in the middle of the crowd, beneath two large American flags. A large pole is raised in the middle...

4. Fort Union Celebration, Fort Union, N.D. Fort Union Celebration, Fort Union, N.D. Men; Women; Children; Tipis; Trees; Stages (Platforms); Flags; Benches; Trails & paths; A man in the foreground of the photograph may be taking a photograph. People surround a stage, which is being set up. A man on top of the roof of the stage is hoisting an American flag. Many tipis are...

5. Fort Union Celebration, Williston, N.D. Fort Union Celebration, Williston, N.D. Automobiles; Men; Women; Children; Roads; Rodeos; Tents; Houses; Trees; Horses; Bulls; A distant view of the second day of the Fort Union Celebration activities. Hundreds of automobiles are parked in a field, and groups of people are scattered around the parking area. A tent in the center...

6. Fort Union Celebration, Williston, N.D. Fort Union Celebration, Williston, N.D. Crowds; Celebrations; Men; Women; Children; Tipis; Hats; Feathers; Beads; Indigenous peoples; Headdresses; Hats; Umbrellas; Eyeglasses; Drums; A large crowd of Native Americans and others watch an Indian ceremony during the Fort Union Celebration, Fort Union, N.D.

7. Fort Union Celebration, Williston, N.D. Fort Union Celebration, Williston, N.D. Boats; Rivers; Trees; Flags; A group of people aboard a boat either arriving at or departing from the Fort Union. Celebration, Fort Union, N.D.

8. Fort Union Celebration, Williston, N.D. Fort Union Celebration, Williston, N.D. Automobiles; Men; Women; Children; Roads; Rodeos; Tents; Houses; Trees; Horses; Bulls; A distant view of the second day of the Fort Union Celebration activities. Hundreds of automobiles are parked in a field, and groups of people are scattered around the parking area. A tent in the center...

9. Fort Union Celebration, Williston, N.D. Fort Union Celebration, Williston, N.D. Women; Automobiles; Tents; Dirt roads; Shrubs; Flags; Hats; Dresses; Jewelry; Men; Crowds; A group of women are leaving the Fort Union Celebration activities at Fort Union, N.D.

10. 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...

11. Ribbon Cutting, General Hagen and Williston Chamber of Commerce, Williston, N.D. Ribbon Cutting, General Hagen and Williston Chamber of Commerce, Williston, N.D. Dedications; Ribbons; Rites & ceremonies; Scissors & shears; Men; Women; Eyeglasses; Neckties; Dresses; Suits (clothing); General Hagen cuts a ribbon during an unidentified ceremony promoted by the Williston Chamber of Commerce Contact Club.
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