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Gross, E. H.
Hansen, Carol S.
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Ludwig Welk homestead house, Strasburg vicinity, Emmons County, N.D.
Homesteading; Abandoned buildings;
A view of the Ludwig Welk homestead house in the Strasburg, N.D. area. Windows of the house have been boarded up, and trees and grass has grown up around the house. Three lightning rods are visible along...
Conrad Iverson farm
Chickens; Farmhouses; Farms; Croplands;
Three people sit against a white house on the Conrad Iverson farm. Several chickens stand in front of an outbuilding. A haybale and a cart are parked next to the outbuilding. A plowed field and other buildings...
Ruth and Katherine feeding a lamb, Hettinger County, N.D.
Girls; Sheep; Homesteading; Wooden buildings; Clothing & dress; Children; Livestock;
Two young girls identified only as Ruth and Katherine feed a lamb in front of an old wooden building. The younger of the two girls uses a bottle of some sort to feed the lamb while the older watches. Both...
An ice jam in the Cannonball River, Hettinger County, N.D.
Ice; Rivers; Floods; Homesteading; Wooden buildings; Houses; Barns; Farms; Weather;
A view of an ice jam in the Cannonball River near the Aunger Homestead in Hettinger County, North Dakota. Visible are large blocks of ice which are causing flooding. In the background, a barn and a small...
Christ Nelson's Homestead, N.D.
Women; Men; People; Automobiles; Wooden buildings; Houses; Barns; Carts & wagons; Hats; Clothing & dress; Homesteading;
A man identified as Christ Nelson stands in front of a small wooden house while a man and two women sit in a car. The man is identified as H. P. Jacobson and the two women are his sisters. The sisters...
Six men with shotguns camping on Reverend Balenebergs homestead
Hunting; Rifles; Tents;
Six unidentified men hold shotguns while standing in front of a tent on what is described as Reverend Baleneberg's homestead, likely located somewhere in North Dakota.
Henry and Valborg Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. John Gorder homestead shack, Dunn County, N.D.
Skiing; Homesteading; Snow; Winter; Cows; Dogs; Children; Spouses;
Henry and Valborg Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. John Gorder and their families stand outside the Gorder's homestead shack in Winter. Some of the men hold skis. A cow and dog are also visible in the image.
Farmhouse exterior view, Ellingson Farm District, Hillsboro, N.D. vicinity
The large Queen Anne inspired farmhouse on the Ellingson Farm near Hillsboro, North Dakota was built in 1898 to replace the original homestead cabin. It is wood frame and irregular in shape with a complicated...
Unrestored residence, Bagg Bonanza Farm District, Mooreton, N.D. vicinity
The L-shaped residence at the Bagg Bonanza Farm near Mooreton, North Dakota is seen prior to restoration in this photograph. The wood framed structure has shiplap siding and a deteriorating wood shingle...
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...
Main Street, Belfield, N.D.
Banks; Restaurants; Signs (Notices); Utility poles;
A bank is visible at center of this early image of Belfield, N.D. A restaurant is visible across the street, with a man and a horse standing outside. A sign propped up against a utility pole in the foreground...
Robert B. Tower homestead with deer hanging, Underwood, N.D.
Deer; Deer hunting; Rabbits; Rabbit hunting; Hunting; Children; Log buildings;
This photo taken near Underwood shows the results of a legal deer hunt for three men. The game includes 5 bucks, 2 fawns, and 7 rabbits. Identified people in the photograph are: Alice Tower, Addie Tower,...
Unidentified homestead after blizzard
Blizzards; Snow; Farmhouses; Horses; Chimneys;
An unidentified homestead is covered in snow. A woman and three girls stand in front of their wood-frame house. A man holding horse bridle is on right. A tunnel opening in the center of the photograph...
Louise Guthrie Blankenship in front of claim shack, Divide County, N.D.
Homesteading; Wooden buildings; Snow; Dresses;
Louise Guthrie Blankenship wears a checked dress and stand in front of her claim shack in Divide County. Snow is visible on the ground.
Homestead, Kenmare, N.D.
Huts; Horses; Photographic postcards; Dogs; Men; Sheds; Stables;
A man stands in front of a claim shack with a dog and two horses. A stable or shed is attached to the back of the shack.
W.T. Batty, Homer, Gretta and Adrian Rawlings standing in front of homestead shack
Huts; Tents; Wooden buildings; Children; Boys; Cows; Cattle; Guitars;
A group of individuals identified as W.T. Batty, Homer, Gretta, and Adrian Rawlings stand in front of a claim shack, perhaps in Hettinger County. They are accompanied by three horses, a cow, and a calf...
Homesteaders Sod Fort of North Dakota
Postcards; Sod buildings; Dogs; Plows; Haystacks; Homesteading;
Two men and a small dog stand outside a sod homestead shack somewhere in North Dakota. Wooden crates are piled along one side of the building. A plow and haystacks are visible on the other side of the...
Bill and Joe Matecek with horse and buggy, north of Whitman, N.D.
Snow; Winter; Horses; Carriages & coaches;
Bill and Joe Matecek sit in a horse drawn buggy, likely close to their homestead north of Whitman, N.D. Some snow is visible on the ground.
House on the Wold homestead, Traill County, N.D.
Large trees now surround the farmhouse on the Wold homestead in Traill County, N.D.
Emil, Mary, Buster, Pete and Rachel on homestead
Homesteading; Carriages & coaches; Dogs;
Homesteaders identified only as Emil, Mary, Pete, and Rachel stand with their dog Buster in front of a homestead shack, likely in North Dakota. Emil and Mary stand while Pete and Rachel sit in the buggy....
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