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1. Lowering the colors, Fort Yates, N.D. Lowering the colors, Fort Yates, N.D. Soldiers; Sailors; Military uniforms; Flags; Flagpoles; Honor guards; Men in military uniforms stand at attention as the flag is lowered from the flag pole at Fort Yates, N.D. An honor guard surrounds the pole.

2. Historic exterior view, Dunn County Courthouse, Manning, N.D. Historic exterior view, Dunn County Courthouse, Manning, N.D. Courthouses; Government facilities; County government; The Dunn County Courthouse in Manning, North Dakota is an example of the simple residential-like courthouse structure common west of the Missouri River. This particular photograph can be identified as...

3. Mr. and Mrs. Christian Schielke outside their daughter's home, Denhoff, N.D. Mr. and Mrs. Christian Schielke outside their daughter's home, Denhoff, N.D. Houses; Chairs; Staffs (Sticks); Spouses; Mr. and Mrs. Christian Schielke sit outside the home of their daughter, Lydia (Mrs. Melchoir Bonnett) in Denhoff, N.D.

4. Remer Rambler, August 1940 Remer Rambler, August 1940 Newspapers; Work camps; Trucks; Draft; Issue contains articles on the arrival of new trucks in the camp, interviews with camp men on the topic of conscription, sports news, and other short news items.

5. Remer Rambler, November 26, 1940 Remer Rambler, November 26, 1940 Newspapers; Work camps; Singers; Bands; Blizzards; Libraries; Books; Eating & drinking; Holidays; Issue contains articles on music groups at the camp, digging out after a snowstorm, driving a camp man to the hospital during the snowstorm, sports news, the arrival of new library books, and details of...

6. Remer Rambler, September 22, 1940 Remer Rambler, September 22, 1940 Newspapers; Work camps; Festivals; Complaining; Joking; Poetry; Cartoons (Commentary); Issue contains articles on men being discharged from the camp, a future harvest festival, a response to a complaint letter, sports news, jokes, poetry, and cartoons.

7. Rambler, July 1940 Rambler, July 1940 Newspapers; Work camps; Intelligence levels; Remodeling; Poetry; Issue contains articles on results of camp IQ tests, poetry, and remodeling of Forestry Service buiildings.

8. Rambler, April 1940 Rambler, April 1940 Newspapers; Work camps; Poetry; Issue contains articles on a brief history of the CCC and camp 764, new arrivals in the camp, poetry, and sports news.

9. Marquis de Mores hunting coach at Chateau de Mores, Medora, N.D. Marquis de Mores hunting coach at Chateau de Mores, Medora, N.D. Carriages & coaches; Hunting; Porches; Houses; A hunting coach used by the Marquis de Mores sits on the front porch of the Chateau de Mores in Medora.

10. Rambler, January 1940 Rambler, January 1940 Newspapers; Work camps; Woodworking; Accidents; Boxing; Issue contains articles on the completion of the new woodworking shop, news of comings and goings at the camp, news of accidents at the camp, boxing news, and education news.

11. Rambler, February 1940 Rambler, February 1940 Newspapers; Work camps; Billiards; Table tennis; Examinations; Cartoons (Commentary); Issue contains articles on a pool and ping pong tournament to be held at the camp, examinations to be held in the camp, and cartoons.

12. Rambler, June 1940 Rambler, June 1940 Newspapers; Work camps; Construction; Laundry; Vocational education; Joking; Baseball; Issue contains articles on construction of a new laundry building, available vocational training, jokes, and statistics of the camp baseball team.

13. Rambler, May 1940 Rambler, May 1940 Newspapers; Work camps; Holidays; Poetry; Joking; Cartoons (Commentary); Baseball; Issue contains articles on a recent open house at the camp, articles on Mothers Day and Memorial Day, a list of new men at camp, notes on classes offered at the camp, poetry, jokes, cartoons, and baseball...

14. The ladies, Cowboys reunion, Bixby, S.D. The ladies, Cowboys reunion, Bixby, S.D. Women; Reunions; Cowboys; Dresses; Hats; Purses; A group of ladies gather for a picture at the Cowboys Reunion in Bixby, S.D. All wear dresses, and many wear hats and carry handbags.

15. Historical marker at Fort Abraham Lincoln infantry post Historical marker at Fort Abraham Lincoln infantry post Historical markers; Blockhouses; Forts & fortifications; Military facilities; A view of the historical marker near a blockhouse at Fort Abraham Lincoln.

16. Custer, Benteen, and Reno positions, Little Bighorn Battlefield Custer, Benteen, and Reno positions, Little Bighorn Battlefield Battlefields; A view of the positions of Custer, Benteen, and Reno on the Little Bighorn Battlefield. The positions are marked on the front of the photograph in ink.

17. View of camp and river, Little Bighorn Battlefield View of camp and river, Little Bighorn Battlefield Battlefields; Camps; A view of the camp, Gall's advance, and Custer's positions from Reno's point of view on the Little Bighorn Battlefield. The various positions are identified in ink on the photograph.

18. View of trenches on Little Bighorn Battlefield View of trenches on Little Bighorn Battlefield Battlefields; Trench warfare; A view of trenches on the Little Bighorn Battlefield, looking south from the Indian position. The ground is covered with scrub and grasses.

19. Mrs. Cecelia Bullhead portrait Mrs. Cecelia Bullhead portrait Turnips; Vegetables; Foraging; Mrs. Cecelia Bullhead stands in a field, digging for tipsina, or wild turnips. She wears a long dress and her head is wrapped in a scarf.

20. 7th Cavalry monument, Little Bighorn Battlefield 7th Cavalry monument, Little Bighorn Battlefield Battlefields; Graves; Cemeteries; The 7th Cavalry monument sits at the top of a hill, surrounded by a fence. Other white stones are visible on the hillside, and buildings are visible at the bottom of the hill.
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