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Elbowoods ferry and dismantling of Four Bears Bridge
Ferries; Bridges; Rivers; Pickup trucks;
View of the Elbowoods ferry carrying one pickup truck and several passengers. The ferry crosses the Missouri River near New Town as the bridge at Elbowoods is being dismantled and moved to create a new...
Franklin D. Roosevelt in parade, Devils Lake, N.D.
Parades & processions; Presidents; Automobiles; Cafes; Crowds; Flags;
Franklin D. Roosevelt waves his hat at the crowd from the back seat of a car driving down a street in Devils Lake. People wave from the side of the street, and many flags fly. A J.C. Penney store, a cafe,...
Frontier scout, volume 1, number 13
Newspapers; Soldiers; Military life; Campaigns & battles; Poetry;
A newspaper published by the enlisted men of the 1st U.S. Volunteers at Fort Rice, Dakota Territory. Topics for this issue include news of the North West Indian Expedition to Devils Lake, poetry and short...
Frontier scout, volume 1, number 12
Newspapers; Soldiers; Military life; Military leadership; Military officers; Forts & fortifications; Death; Ambushes;
A newspaper published by the enlisted men of the 1st U.S. Volunteers at Fort Rice, Dakota Territory. Topics for this issue include lignite deposits, details of a dinner held for General Sully and members...
Mae Roberts diary extracts
Teachers; Carriages & coaches; Earrings; Hats; Dresses; Sewing; Examinations;
Extracts from Mae Roberts' diary detailing her time teaching at Sweetwater near Devils Lake. She spends much time talking about her after school activities, including riding in carriages, visiting neighbors,...
Railroad Commissioners' map of North Dakota
Maps; Railroads; Railroad companies;
Map shows the locations of the various railroad lines in North Dakota in 1913. Includes railroads are: Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul; Chicago & Northwestern; Fairmount & Veblen; Farmers Grain & Shipping...
Map of the territory of Ossiniboia with the adjacent countries exhibiting the communications with Canada, the Mississippi, and Hudson's Bay
Maps; Lakes & ponds; Rivers; Trails & paths;
The Map of the Territory of Ossiniboia shows the Canadian perspective on the northern Great Plains. While its central focus is the area which is today known as Manitoba and Saskatchewan, geographic features...
Die Vereinigten Staaten von Nord-America
Maps; Rivers; Discovery & exploration;
This map appears to present more accurately the locations of rivers, lakes, and other features of the region that is today North Dakota which was Prince Maximilian's destination. The Red, the Missouri,...
Snow geese, Devils Lake, N.D.
Geese; Lakes & ponds; Game & game birds;
A flock of snow geese rises up from the waters of Devils Lake. Hunters have been drawn to North Dakota's prairie potholes because of the huge flocks of ducks, geese, (and other non-game migratory birds)....
St. Mary's Academy stonework detail, Devils Lake, N.D.
Stone buildings; Boarding schools;
Detail of the raised granite foundation of St. Mary's Academy. Above the foundation one can see a small section of the buff brick which makes up the majority of the structure's exterior.
Central High School exterior close view, Devils Lake, N.D.
Schools; Stone buildings;
A close view of the front entrance to Central High School. The limestone facade demonstrates the Art Deco style of the building. The words "Central High" are clearly visible above the second story window....
Central High School music room, Devils Lake, N.D.
Schools; Music education; Music rooms; Drums;
An interior view of the Central High School music room shows various drums in the foreground, with chairs and music stands in the center of the photograph.
Central High School classroom interior, Devils Lake, N.D.
An interior view of classroom inside Central High. Rectangular desks sit in rows, two together, while behind them can be seen bookshelves, two large aquariums and various other items. The flooring of this...
Central High School hallway, Devils Lake, N.D.
An interior hallway at Central High School features student lockers, doorways to multiple classrooms and class photographs hung on the wall above the lockers. This view highlights the terazzo floors found...
St. Mary's Academy front entrance pillars, Devils Lake, N.D.
Porticoes (Porches); Columns; Doors & doorways; Stairways; Boarding schools;
The two-story front portico of the St. Mary's Academy building is seen in detail. A stairway leads up from the ground level to the hardwood double-paned/single light entrance doors. The clustered Iconic...
Central High School gymnasium, Devils Lake, N.D.
Gymnasiums; Schools; Flags; Basketball;
A view of the stage located in the Central High School gymnasium. Bright red painted brick surrounds the stage curtain displaying the letters CMS. A basketball hoop dominates the center of the photograph,...
St. Mary's Academy exterior view, Devils Lake, N.D.
Construction; Transportation; Schools; Boarding schools;
The front facade of St. Mary's Academy (also known as St. Mary's High School) is seen with construction apparently occuring. A truck and crane are both clearly visible directly in front of the structure...
St. Mary's Academy exterior rear view, Devils Lake, N.D.
Windows; Trees; Columns; Boarding schools;
An exterior view of the the rear of St. Mary's Academy highlights the granite foundation and buff brick construction of the building. The signature columns framing the entrance portico are visible to the...
St. Mary's Academy interior hallway, Devils Lake, N.D.
Passageways; Boarding schools;
This interior hallway view shows the arched doorway to the back of the photograph as well as the solid wood door on the classroom in the foreground.
Central High School exterior view, Devils Lake, N.D.
Trees; Transportation; Walkways; Schools;
An exterior view of Central High School. A large expanse of grass is at the front left, with what appears to be a stone walkway to the right. Trees which have partially shed their leaves separate the grass...
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