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Fort Abraham Lincoln, D.T.
Military life; Forts & fortifications; Wooden buildings; Horseback riding; Horses; Carriages & coaches; Rivers;
This photograph shows a view of Fort Abraham Lincoln to the southeast. The fort and the Missouri River are visible. Notice the man on horseback and horses pulling a carriage at center left.
Heidi Heitkamp and Sarah Vogel campaigning in parade, Minot, N.D.
Carriages & coaches; Parades & processions; Government officials;
Heidi Heitkamp and Sarah Vogel campaign from the back of a horse drawn carriage in a parade in Minot. Heitkamp was running for Attorney General, and Vogel for Commissioner of Agriculture.
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.
High school football team, Flasher, N.D.
Football; Football players; Group portraits; Grain elevators;
Members of the Flasher High School football team pose for a team portrait while wearing their uniforms. Two men in suits, likely coaches, stand behind the players. Grain elevators are visible in the distance....
Louise Landman and Edward N. McCoy on Christ Johnson Farm, Larimore, N.D.
Dogs; Farmhouses; Carriages & coaches; Horses; Automobiles; Phonographs; Rifles; Flags; Ammunition;
Louise Landman and Edward N. McCoy sit in a buggy on the Christ Johnson farm in Larimore, N.D. Two unidentified men sit in a car. Another man, perhaps Johnson, stands near the house with a phonograph on...
Kirkwood Hotel, Carrington, N.D.
Hotels; Horses; Carriages & coaches; Advertisements; Postcards;
A horse and carriage is parked outside the Kirkwood Hotel in Carrington, N.D. An advertisement on the wall of an adjacent building advertises Florsheim shoes.
Men at Peter Johan's barn 8 miles southwest of Carrington, N.D.
Barns; Carriages & coaches; Horses; Schools; Boys;
Will Kallberg, Alfred Anderson, Ed Kallberg, and Emil Smith sit or stand in front of Peter Johan's barn near Carrington, N.D. To the left, the Pleasant Valley School may be seen.
Early schoolhouse in Divide County, west of Noonan, N.D.
Rural schools; Schools; Carriages & coaches; Teachers; Children; School children; Students;
Two women and four children stand outside a schoolhouse west of Noonan, N.D. A privy is visible behind the school, and a carriage is parked nearby.
Chris and Ed Johnson's threshing rig, Clement Township, Dickey County, N.D.
Threshing; Threshing machines; Carriages & coaches; Carts & wagons; Horses;
A man identified only as Uncle Charlie stands at center on a threshing rig belonging to Chris and Ed Johnson of Clement Township, N.D. A woman sits in a carriage nearby. One of the wagons is painted with...
Edward and Minnie Krecklau with Bertha and John Krecklau, Blooming Valley Township, Divide County, N.D.
Spouses; Families; Infants; Boys; Horses; Carriages & coaches;
Edward and Minnie Krecklau pose in front of a home in Divide County. Minnie sits in the back of a buggy with her sister Bertha, who is holding her son John.
Alex Alexanderson family on their farm near Fullerton, N.D.
Farms; Farmhouses; Barns; Horses; Dogs; Carriages & coaches; Spouses; Families; Girls; Boys;
Lloyd, Elizabeth, Lottie, Alex, and Mrs. Alex Alexanderson pose for a photograph on their farm near Fullerton, N.D. A dog sits next to Lloyd and his bike, and both Elizabeth and Lottie hold puppies.
Floyd Henderson takes lady friends for ride in buggy, Regent, N.D.
Carriages & coaches; Grain elevators; Horses;
Floyd Henderson takes two ladies in large hats for a buggy ride in Regent, N.D. Grain elevators in Regent may be seen in the distance.
Main Street, Crosby, N.D.
Horses; Carriages & coaches; Automobiles; Crowds; Cafes; Furniture stores; Hardware stores;
Horses and carriages, automobiles, and pedestrians gather along Main Street in Crosby, N.D. Visible businesses include a cafe, and Jones Bros. Hardware and Furniture.
Fort Abraham Lincoln
Forts & fortifications; Military facilities; Horses; Carriages & coaches; Rivers;
View of Fort Abraham Lincoln buildings and stockade in background with river visible in distance. Person on horse and person in horse drawn carriage in foreground in field.
Mr. and Mrs. Axel E. Nordstrom, Wilton, N.D.
Houses; Windmills; Girls; Families; Spouses; Carriages & coaches;
Mr. and Mrs. Axel E. Nordstrom and a young girl stand outside their home in Wilton, N.D. A windmill is visible behind the house, and carriage is parked nearby.
Mrs. J.R. Jenson in buggy at post office and country store, Villa, N.D.
Carriages & coaches; Horses; Post offices;
Mrs. J.R. Jenson sits in a buggy in front of the Villa post office and country store. Part of the building is covered in tarpaper.
Main Street, Powers Lake, N.D.
Grocery stores; Banks; hardware stores; Lumberyards; Carriages & coaches; Horses; Flags; Crowds;
A grocery store, bank, hardware store, and lumber company are visible on either side of Main Street in Powers Lake, N.D. Flags fly from the tops of buildings on the right hand side of the street, and small...
Dr. Koch salesman John Broughton calling at Celar's homestead shack
Horses; Sales personnel; Homesteading; Carriages & coaches;
John Broughton, a salesman for Dr. Koch Vegetable Tea Company, stops to take an order at the Celar family's homestead shack. A tin of stock dip is visible on the ground, and a wooden box full of the salesman's...
Teddie Strinden's tarpaper home, Crosby, N.D.
Horses; Carriages & coaches; Homesteading; Eating & drinking;
Men stand outside Teddie Strinden's tarparper home near Crosby, N.D. A woman and two children sit in a carriage. Other horses eat hay in the yard. One of the men appears to be pouring a drink for the other...
Northern Pacific Railroad Depot, Bismarck, N.D.
Railroad stations; Carriages & coaches; Horses; Snow;
A horse and carriage carrying a man and three women rolls down Main Avenue in Bismarck in front of the Northern Pacific Railroad depot. Snow is visible on the ground.
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