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Crow's Heart Ceremonial Earth lodge
Indian reservations; Religion; Religious dwellings;
A Mandan style Earth lodge with wood framed entrance and grass in the foreground.
River Scene at Riverside Park, Grand Forks, N.D.
Stern wheelers; Rivers; Parks; Postcards;
River boats and a barge are moored along the shore of the Red River at Grand Forks' Riverside Park.
Company M 4th Infantry, Fort Lincoln, Bismarck, N.D.
Soldiers; Group portraits;
The men of Company M, 4th Infantry pose for a group portrait at Fort Lincoln. Men are identified as follows: On porch, left to right: Cpl. Joe Conti, Cpl. John Mastawaskas, Pvt. Von Kammerman, Pvt. Cecil...
Mr. and Mrs. George Gardner roping at 4th of July celebration, Belfield, N.D.
Horses; Roping; Spouses; Crowds; Fourth of July celebrations;
Cowboy George Gardner and his wife show off their roping techniques during Belfield's Fourth of July celebrations. A large crowd has gathered to watch the activities.
Actors portraying George and Elizabeth Custer, Fort Abraham Lincoln
Historical dramas; Actors; Actresses; Horses; Open-air theaters; Open-air theatrical productions;
An actor portraying George Custer sits on horseback and clasps the hand of an actress playing his wife Elizabeth during a theatrical production at the Custer Memorial Amphitheater. Another woman looks...
Keep it coming poster
War posters; Soldiers; Trucks; Snow; Winter; Food;
U.S. Food Administration advertisement poster depicting army trucks transporting food through a snowy landscape.
Actors portraying Custer and troops on horseback, Fort Abraham Lincoln
Historical dramas; Actors; Horses; Blockhouses;
A man sitting on a horse leads a line of horses and men up a hill near Fort Abraham Lincoln. The fort's blockhouse is visible in the background. All are actors in The Custer Drama performed at the Fort...
Northwest magazine illustrated monthly magazine of literature, agriculture and western progress, vol. 4, no. 3
Periodicals; Engravings; Rivers; Schools; Business people; Business districts; Business enterprises; Houses; Farms; Banks; Hotels; Photographers;
An issue of the magazine dedicated to A profile of Fargo and Cass County, Dakota Territory. Included are engravings of Fargo, the Red River, the High School, the Keeney Block, Northern Pacific Elevator...
George Custer's first residence, Fort Abraham Lincoln
Military facilities; Soldiers; Spouses; Houses; Snow;
Officers and wives of the 7th Cavalry sit on the porch and steps of the first house lived in by George and Elizabeth Custer on the grounds of Fort Abraham Lincoln. Patches of snow are visible on the ground....
Custer Monument and battlefield
Battlefields; Graves; Monuments & memorials;
The 7th Cavalry monument sits within a fence at the top of a hill on the Little Bighorn Battlefield. Markers on the hillside show where soldiers originally fell and were buried after the battle.
Ruins of George Custer's house at Fort Abraham Lincoln
Military facilities; Houses; Ruins; Horses; Horseback riding;
Pauline Crowley Shoemaker rides a horse and looks at the ruins of George and Elizabeth Custer's house at Fort Abraham Lincoln. A small pile of rocks and wood is all that remains of the dwelling. Other...
George Custer's house being dismantled, Fort Abraham Lincoln
Military facilities; Houses; Ragpicking;
Men, women, and children remove the wood and other usable items from what was once George and Elizabeth Custer's house at Fort Abraham Lincoln. The front porch has already been completely removed, and...
Bismarck tri-weekly tribune, vol. 1, no. 35
Gold; Gold mining; Gold miners; Gold rushes; Newspapers; Interviews;
Includes accounts of men involved in the gold strike in the Black Hills in 1875. Featured are Ed Donahue, California Joe, J.C. Dodge, Ben Ash, and George A. Custer, a reprint from an 1874 interview after...
General Custer's quarters, Fort Abraham Lincoln
Military facilities; Houses; Abandoned buildings;
Men stand on the front porch and the lawn of the house occupied by George and Elizabeth Custer on the ground of Fort Abraham Lincoln. The house appears abandoned. Some windows on the first floor are broken,...
View of camp and river, Little Bighorn Battlefield
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.
Monuments west of Custer Hill, Little Bighorn Battlefield
Battlefields; Monuments; Graves;
A line of white stones dot the landscape to the west of Custer Hill on the Little Bighorn Battlefield. The battlefield's large monument and fence can be seen in the distance at the top center of the photograph....
Site of Custer's home, Fort Abraham Lincoln
Shows original location of George Armstrong Custer's House at Fort Abraham Lincoln. The ground is overgrown with grasses and bushes, and only an outline of a foundation is visible. A man is standing to...
Custer's office, Fort Abraham Lincoln
Desks; Books; Offices; Portraits;
A desk, books, portraits, and animal specimens dominate this view of the office used by George Custer in the house he shared with his wife Elizabeth at Fort Abraham Lincoln.
Custer's House, Fort Abraham Lincoln
Military facilities; Houses;
Several men and women stand and sit on the porch of the Custer House at Fort Abraham Lincoln. Small trees have been planted in the front yard of the house.
Custer Home site, Fort Abraham Lincoln
Military facilities; Signs (Notices);
This sign marks the place where the house used by General George A. Custer used to stand on the grounds of Fort Abraham Lincoln near Mandan, N.D. Some of the foundations of the fort's other buildings are...
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