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22 Mandan Indian stories recorded, transcribed, and translated by Robert C. Hollow. The following stories are available: First Creator and Lone Man Argue; First Creator and Lone Man Make the Land; The...
These texts are from Box 5 of the Robert C. Hollow Material and are located in a black 3-ring binder in Box 5 of the Robert C. Hollow collection. These texts were originally collected by Edward Kennard...
Actors portraying the 7th Cavalry in battle, Fort Abraham Lincoln
Historical dramas; Actors; Arrows; Death; Campaigns & battles; Open-air theaters; Open-air theatrical productions;
An actor with an arrow protruding from his chest falls backward onto the ground during a production at the Custer Memorial Amphitheater. Two other actors stand by the open door of the amphitheater, looking...
James McLaughlin at patent ceremony, McLaughlin, S.D.
Plows; Patents; Crowds; Flags; Indian agents;
Major James McLaughlin issues patents to Indians. Shooting of arrow denotes departure from Indian way of life, while the plow denotes acceptance of White man's way of life.
Black Hawk portrait
Feathers; Beads; Portrait photographs;
Black Hawk sits for a formal portrait in an open area of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation. He wears a beaded shirt, and fringed leggings. He wears one arrow in his hair.
Horse races, Dickinson, N.D.
Racetracks (Horse racing); Horse racing;
Two men on horseback race along a dirt track in Dickinson. A crowd watches from the sidelines. A man identified as W. Clark is identified by a small arrow. Croppie is identified as the horse winning the...
Elks Parade, Minot, N.D.
Parades & processions; Clothing stores; Theaters; Clubs; Fourth of July celebrations;
Members of the Elks walk down Main Street during a parade in Minot. Cars and spectators line both sides of the street. Visible businesses include the Arcade Theatre, E.H. Boyer Clothier, and The Wardrobe....
Civilian Conservation Corps postcard sent by Martin F. Stasney
Axes; Trees; Signs (Notices); Postcards
A Civilian Conservation Corps woodsman with an axe is persuaded to spare a tree where another CCC member and a woman in a red dress sit. A sign reading "Do Not Disturb" is posted on the tree, and a sign...
Sod buildings; Dynamite; Snow; Winter;
A sod dynamite hut used by the Civilian Conservation Corps is partially covered by snow. Tire tracks are visible in the snow in front of the hut.
Muggs the company dog at Squaw Creek campgrounds, N.D.
Dogs; Camps; Trees; Signs (Notices);
Muggs the company dog of CCC company 2772 stands near a sign at the Squaw Creek campground.
View of Civilian Conservation Corp camp, companies 2771 and 2772, near Watford City, N.D.
A view of the wooden buildings of a CCC camp housing companies 2771 and 2772. The buildings are all simple one storey wooden buildings.
Doctor Smith and rifle
Physicians; Rifles; Shooting; Trees;
A man identified as Doctor Smith takes aim with a rifle at something in the North Dakota Badlands, likely near the site of the CCC camp for companies 2771 and 2772 near Watford City.
Joe the Dog and Sparky Loomis
Dogs; Cigarettes; Logs; Laborers;
Sparky Loomis, his dog Joe, and an unidentified man sit on a log. The unidentified man smokes a cigarette.
Civilian Conservation Corps company 2772 hospital, near Watford City, N.D.
Hospitals; Beds; Stoves; Camps;
Neat beds line the walls in the hospital of CCC company 2772. A door at the end of the room is painted with the words "Isolation Ward." A stove is visible in the middle of the room.
Truck number 14 out on the road
Trucks; Dirt roads;
Maurice Martin's first truck he drove for CCC camp 2772, number 14 sits on the road on a worksite near the camp. Snow covers the ground, and fabric or paper covers the truck's radiator.
Men in barracks, Civilian Conservation Corps companies 2771 and 2772, near Watford City, N.D.
Barracks; Beds; Stoves; Windows;
Several men sit on beds in the barracks of CCC companies 2771 and 2772. Rafters brace the roof, and small windows are spaced in the walls. A stove is also visible at the end of the room.
Sparky Loomis, Joe the Dog, and Maury Martin, near Civilian Conservation Corps Camp 2771 and 2772, Watford City, N.D.
Dogs; Rivers; Laborers;
Sparky Loomis, Joe the Dog, and Maury Martin sit together on a sandy river bank along the Little Missouri River near Watford City.
Maury Martin and Joe the Dog near Civilian Conservation Corps camp 2771 and 2772, Watford City, N.D.
Dogs; Tree stumps; Rivers;
Maury Martin stands on a tree stump on a sandy riverbed and holds a dog named Joe.
Old Roosevelt Bridge near Watford City, N.D.
A hand-colored view of the Little Missouri River and the old Roosevelt Bridge that crosses it. Features of the North Dakota Badlands are also visible.
Robert Kayta, Maurice Haugen, Joseph Hazel, Kenneth Gadin, and Kenneth Holt at Civilian Conservation Corp camp 4752, Valley City, N.D.
Laborers; Camps; Tents;
Robert Kayta, Maurice Hagen, Joseph Hazel, Kenneth Gadin, and Kenneth Holt pose in front of a tent at CCC camp 4752 at Valley City. An arrow and the word "Kenny" indicate one of the Kenneths, likely Kenneth...
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