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Antoine Gingras' roofless fur trading post, Walhalla, N.D.
Trading posts; Wooden buildings; Abandoned buildings; Historic sites;
A long wooden building in an open field. The roof has collapsed, and the material is obviously worn.
Ashley Special School District 9 school bus, Ashley, N.D.
Automobile service stations; School buses; Signs (Notices);
A man in a patterned shirt stands in front of the Ashley Special School District school bus while it is parked at a Phillips 66 gas station, likely in Ashley. A sign in front of the station advertises...
High Dog's winter count
Calendars; Art; Translators; Hieroglyphics; Winter;
This collection includes a photograph of High Dog's winter count, and translations of sections of the winter count done by Aaron McGaffey Beede.
Christmas 1927 front page of The Wilton news
Christmas presents; Toys; Sleds & sleighs; Reindeer; Elves; Snow; Books; Writing; Newspapers;
Santa Claus writes in a large book while elves run around below him, loading up sacks, and hitching reindeer to the sleigh.
Civilian Conservation Corps bridge construction, International Peace Garden, Man. and N.D.
Bridge construction; Bridges; Stonework; Logs; Men; Construction; Construction workers; Progress photographs;
Men building a log bridge with stone abutments. There is snow on the ground and a crude shack can be seen in the background.
Civilian Conservation Corps clearing brush, International Peace Garden, Man. and N.D.
Trees; Snow; Men;
Men are clearing brush from the edge of a wooded area. The left is open and a road is visible through the snow.
Civilian Conservation Corps workers building museum at Fort Abraham Lincoln
Galleries & museums; Stone buildings; Dogs; Cornerstones;
Members of a Civilian Conservation Corps work crew carry and place stone to build the museum at Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park. A dog sits on the front steps of the building. The building's cornerstone...
Custer's camp and Pump Coulee trail
Trails & paths; Camps;
A view of the Pump Coulee trail and area where Custer and the 7th Cavalry camped.
Dr. Cora S. Allen tending to child, Paris, France
Physicians; Children; Dolls; Medical equipment & supplies;
Dr. Cora S. Allen gives medical treatment to two French children. One of the children is being held by his mother, and the other stands next to Dr. Allen. Medical supplies are visible on the table top...
First National Bank building, Mott, N.D.
Banks; Law offices; Real estate business; Dirt roads; Men; Wooden buildings;
A view of the First National Bank building in Mott, N.D. The sign on the door of the one-story, wooden building reads, "bank closed hours 9 A.M.-4 P.M." Next to the building is another wooden building...
First stone laid, at new North Dakota State Capitol, Bismarck, N.D.
Capitols; Construction; Masonry;
Workers at the base of the new North Dakota State Capitol lay the first stone on 9:25 A.M. March 31, 1933. Four men in suits stand near the stone to watch the event.
Flood after groceries in a boat, Oak Park Grocery, Minot, N.D.
Floods; Rowboats; Grocery stores; Canned foods; Postcards;
A man in a boat receives a canned item from the shopkeeper in the Oak Park Grocery store in Minot during the 1923 flood. The shopkeeper sits on top of his counter and wears hip waders. Wood floats in the...
Excerpts from William B. Hazen article "The Great Middle Region of the United States"
Hay; Temperature; Railroads; Forts & fortifications; Rain; Weather; Summer; Winter; Storms; Horses; Immigrants; Farming;
A brief excerpt from an article written by William B. Hazen (commanding officer of Fort Buford) and a chart of the rainfall records from Fort Buford. Hazen’s comments were published shortly before the...
Fort Yates Indian Police
Indian reservation police; Police; Group portraits;
The Fort Yates Indian police force gathers for a group portrait outside a building.
Frontier scout, volume 1, number 9
Newspapers; Soldiers; Military life; War; Campaigns & battles; Forts & fortifications;
A newspaper published by the enlisted men of the 1st U.S. Volunteers at Fort Rice, Dakota Territory. Topics for this issue include an article on Indian policy, more information on the July 1865 attack...
Horse-drawn sleighs in downtown, Granville, N.D.
Snow; Business districts; Horses; Sleds & sleighs; Storefronts; Barbershops; Restaurants; Drugstores; Confectioneries; Hardware stores; Department stores; Real estate business; Feed stores; Billiard parlors;
Several horse-drawn sleighs parked outside stores in the business district. Several people are in the street and on sleighs.
Jack Guth with 3980 lb steer Montana, Baker, Mont.
Cattle; Cowboy hats;
Jack Guth stands with his 3980 lb steer Montana, in Baker, Montana. The steer was 6 feet tall, and had a girth of 9 feet, 2 inches.
James Holes' home and farm, Fargo, N.D.
Houses; Barns; Sheds; Wooden buildings; Cattle; Grasses; Meadows; Trees;
A very large, well built house with a flat roof stands behind a row of trees at left. Towards the right there is a smaller two story building and a barn. A shed stands in the background between the buildings....
Main Street, Minot, N.D.
Hotels; Drugstores; Carts & wagons; Storefronts; Business districts; Utility poles; Streets; Sidewalks; Dirt roads; Drugstores; Clothing stores; Postcards;
A view of Minot's business district. The first building on the left is the Leland Parker Hotel. There are storefronts on both sides of the street. Many wagons are parked on both sides of the street. People...
Mark Kellogg diary
Reporters; Military life; Military tactics; Military officers; Troop movements; Campaigns & battles;
The diary is composed of 37 sheets of copy paper and documents Kellogg's time reporting on the Big Horn-Yellowstone Expedition of 1876 when he accompanied George Armstrong Custer and the 7th Cavalry during...
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