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1. First baseball team, Binford, N.D. First baseball team, Binford, N.D. Baseball; Baseball players; Uniforms; Portrait photographs; Members of the first Binford baseball team pose for a team portrait while wearing their uniforms. The men are, back row: O. Greenland, unknown, Paul Paulson, Ernest Amadon; Middle row: Harris Aaslackson,...

2. Henry Rock homestead, Heil, N.D. Henry Rock homestead, Heil, N.D. Farms; Gardens; Farmhouses; Windmills; A man and two women stand on the Henry Rock homestead near Heil, N.D. One of the women is holding a hoe or rake and is tending to items planted in the garden.

3. James and Magdalene Jenkins portrait James and Magdalene Jenkins portrait Spouses; Dresses; Suits (Clothing); Bouquets; Portrait photographs; James and Magdalene Jenkins pose for a formal portrait. Both are dressed in formal clothes. Mrs. Jenkins holds a bouquet.

4. Fort Abercrombie, N.D. Fort Abercrombie, N.D. Forts & fortifications; Military facilities; Carts & wagons; Wheels; A log building on the grounds of Fort Abercrombie is visible through the spokes of a wagon wheel in the foreground.

5. Henry Uhde and Herb Bailey in Uhde's blacksmith shop, Regan, N.D. Henry Uhde and Herb Bailey in Uhde's blacksmith shop, Regan, N.D. Blacksmiths; Blacksmithing; Forge shops; Anvils; Henry "Bill" Uhde and Herb Bailey stand in Uhde's blacksmith shop in Regan. Tools of the blacksmithing trade are visible around the men.

6. Henry and Cornelius Roen threshing on Cornelius Roen's farm, Bowman County, N.D. Henry and Cornelius Roen threshing on Cornelius Roen's farm, Bowman County, N.D. Threshing; Threshing machines; Horses; Carts & wagons; Accordions; Henry and Cornelius Roen run a threshing operation on Cornelius' farm in Bowman County. In the foreground, a man plays an accordion.

7. Henry Uhde, Regan, N.D. Henry Uhde, Regan, N.D. Blacksmiths; Beards; Portrait photographs; Henry "Bill" Uhde poses for a photograph, holding an unidentified object.

8. Mr. and Mrs. John Hagen and family, Willmar, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. John Hagen and family, Willmar, Minn. Families; Boys; Girls; Spouses; Group portraits; Mr. and Mrs. John Hagen pose for a family portrait with their sons and daughters. The names of the sons are Carl, Henry, Alfred, William, Peter, and Elmer. The names of the daughters are The girls names...

9. Henry Madson at Killdeer Mountain Roundup Henry Madson at Killdeer Mountain Roundup Horses; Broncos; Rodeos; Cowboys; Flags; Henry Madson rides a bucking horse at the Killdeer Mountain Roundup. Other riders are visible in the background. People watch sitting on the ground and from atop a fence.

10. Carl, Henry, Alfred, William, Peter and Elmer Hagen, Willmar, Minn. Carl, Henry, Alfred, William, Peter and Elmer Hagen, Willmar, Minn. Boys; Families; Suits (Clothing); Portrait photographs; The sons of Mr. and Mrs. John Hagen pose for a group portrait. All of the boys wear suits. From left to right are Carl, Henry, Alfred, William, Peter, and Elmer (in front).

11. Building a house in winter time Building a house in winter time Houses; Construction; Horses; Snow; Winter; Several people take a break from building a wooden house, likely somewhere in North Dakota. Two horses are harnessed to a wagon, while two other horses stand in the yard. Snow covers the ground and the...

12. Bridge across Cannon Ball River, Mott, N.D. Bridge across Cannon Ball River, Mott, N.D. Bridges; Horses; Carts & wagons; Rivers; Mercantile facilities; Horses and wagons pass over a bridge crossing the Cannonball River in Mott, N.D. The Barth Mercantile Company is visible on the other side of the bridge. Horses and wagons are parked next to the building....

13. Loading coal cars at Truax-Traer Coal Company, Minot, N.D. Loading coal cars at Truax-Traer Coal Company, Minot, N.D. Coal mining; Coal; Railroad freight cars; Railroad tracks; A steamshovel works to load open cars with coal at the Truax Mining Company near Minot, N.D. Several groups of men stand and watch the procedure.

14. Bucyrus shovel digging coal, Truax-Traer Coal Mining Company, Minot, N.D. Bucyrus shovel digging coal, Truax-Traer Coal Mining Company, Minot, N.D. Coal; Coal mining; A Bucyrus shovel works digging coal at the Truax-Traer Coal Company near Minot, N.D. Several men are visible standing at the base of the shovel.

15. Henry Dralle at school, Strackholt, Pslfriesland, Germany Henry Dralle at school, Strackholt, Pslfriesland, Germany Students; Missionaries; Religious education; Henry Dralle stands with classmates at the Preparatory Mission School in Strackholt, Germany. The brick building behind them is decorated with crosses and a small steeple.

16. Bucyrus shovel dumping coal at Truax-Traer Coal Company, Minot, N.D. Bucyrus shovel dumping coal at Truax-Traer Coal Company, Minot, N.D. Coal; Coal mining; A large Bucyrus steam shovel drops a load of coal at the Truax-Traer Coal Company near Minot. Several men are visible at the base of the shovel.

17. Bucyrus shovels digging coal, Truax-Traer Coal Company, Minot, N.D. Bucyrus shovels digging coal, Truax-Traer Coal Company, Minot, N.D. Coal; Coal mining; Two Bucyrus shovels dig coal at the Truax-Traer Coal company near Minot.

18. Reverend Henry Dralle's congregation, Mandan, N.D. Reverend Henry Dralle's congregation, Mandan, N.D. Clergy; Lutheran churches; Churches; Reverend Henry Dralle (seated, at center) poses with his congregation, likely St. John's German Lutheran church south of Mandan.

19. Letter certifying A.G. Sorlie not a member of the Ku Klux Klan Letter certifying A.G. Sorlie not a member of the Ku Klux Klan Correspondence; Governors; Political elections; A letter from F. Halsey Ambrose, stating that A.G. Sorlie is not a member of the Ku Klux Klan.

20. Man standing in front of stone church, Leipzig, N.D. Man standing in front of stone church, Leipzig, N.D. Churches; Crosses; An unidentified man stands in front of a stone church in Leipzig, N.D. A small wooden building is visible at the rear of the church.
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