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1. Site of Future Kennedy Memorial Center, Bismarck, N.D. Site of Future Kennedy Memorial Center, Bismarck, N.D. Signs (Notices); Utility poles; Housing developments; A sign marks the empty lot that will be the future site of the Kennedy Memorial Center on East Divide Avenue in Bismarck. Utility poles and apartment buildings are visible in the area.

2. Mandan Texts Mandan Texts Literature; Creation; 22 Mandan Indian stories recorded, transcribed, and translated by Robert C. Hollow. The following stories are available: First Creator and Lone Man Argue; First Creator and Lone Man Make the Land; The...

3. Reinhold and Emma Kundiger and school class, Burke County, N.D. Reinhold and Emma Kundiger and school class, Burke County, N.D. School children; Students; Boys; Girls; Group portraits; School children from a Burke County school pose for a photograph. Back row (left to right): Billy Conrad, Reinhold Kundiger, Stella Gumtow, Gertie Lundgren, Emma Kundiger, Gertrude Conrad. First row (left...

4. Harvesting on Edward J. Marks' farm, Carter Township, N.D. Harvesting on Edward J. Marks' farm, Carter Township, N.D. Harvesting; Tractors; Umbrellas; Harvesting machinery; A view of William Kundiger and Edward J. Marks harvesting using binders on Marks' farm in Carter, Burke County, N.D.

5. Threshing with Edward J. Marks' machine, Carter Township, N.D. Threshing with Edward J. Marks' machine, Carter Township, N.D. Threshing machines; Threshing; Horses; A view of William Kundiger and Edward J. Marks threshing, either on the Kundiger or Marks' farm in Carter Township, Burke County, N.D.

6. Mandan texts Mandan texts Literature; Creation; These texts are from Box 5 of the Robert C. Hollow Material and are located in a black 3-ring binder in Box 5 of the Robert C. Hollow collection. These texts were originally collected by Edward Kennard...

7. Custer Home site, Fort Abraham Lincoln 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...

8. Custer Home site, Fort Abraham Lincoln 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.

9. Grave of Lieutenant J.J. Crittenden, Little Bighorn Battlefield Grave of Lieutenant J.J. Crittenden, Little Bighorn Battlefield Graves; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Battlefields; A view of the grave of Lieutenant John J. Crittenden on the Little Big Horn. Both the headstone and footstone are visible. Nearby, a stone marks the place where James Calhoun fell.

10. Cowboys branding calf with de Mores cattle brand, Medora, Dakota Territory Cowboys branding calf with de Mores cattle brand, Medora, Dakota Territory Cattle; Herding; Horses; Cowboys; Cattle branding; Two cowboys hold down a calf while a third cowboy marks the animal with the cattle brands of the Marquis de Mores. Other cowboys, some standing, and some on horseback, are visible in the background.

11. Arthur A. Link, Mary Louise Defender Wilson and S.F. Hoffner in centennial parade, Williston, N.D. Arthur A. Link, Mary Louise Defender Wilson and S.F. Hoffner in centennial parade, Williston, N.D. Governors; Legislators; Flags; Trucks; Anniversaries; Parades & processions; Arthur A. Link, Mary Louise Defender Wilson and S.F. 'Buckshot' Hoffner ride in the pack of a pickup truck flying North Dakota centennial flags in a parade in Williston, N.D. A sign on the side of the...

12. Hospital and Officers' Quarters, Civilian Conservation Corps Company 796, Foxholm, N.D. Hospital and Officers' Quarters, Civilian Conservation Corps Company 796, Foxholm, N.D. Camps; Hospitals; Officers' quarters; Snow; Winter; A Red Cross on the building marks the location of the camp hospital of CCC Company 796 near Foxholm, N.D. The officers' quarters is marked with the number 2, and is located next door to the hospital. Snow...

13. Palisade excavation at Huff Indian Village site Palisade excavation at Huff Indian Village site Excavation; Archaeological sites; Cliffs; A portion of the palisade wall at Huff was excavated in 1960. You can see the postholes and the depression which marks the ditch in this photograph. The ditch was probably 5 feet deep originally, but over...

14. Map of a reconnaissance of the Black Hills, July and August 1874, with troops under the command of Lt. Map of a reconnaissance of the Black Hills, July and August 1874, with troops under the command of Lt. Col. G.A. Custer, 7th Cavalry Military reconnaissance; Maps; This map was made by surveyors who accompanied Lieutenant Colonel (Brevet Major General) George Armstrong Custer and troops of the 7th Cavalry on an expedition to the Black Hills in 1874. Custer's map...

15. Graves of Raymond Stake, Pop Crane, and other members of 58th and 59th Infantry at St. Gengoulph, France Graves of Raymond Stake, Pop Crane, and other members of 58th and 59th Infantry at St. Gengoulph, France Cemeteries; Crosses; Fences; Gates; War casualties; A view of the rural churchyard where Raymond Stake, Pop Crane, and other members of the 58th and 59th Infantry were buried at St. Gengoulph in France. Simple wooden crosses mark the graves and a wooden...

16. Ringling Bros. memorial, Wahpeton, N.D. Ringling Bros. memorial, Wahpeton, N.D. Circuses & shows; Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Monuments; A memorial in the shape of a broken pole with chain and rope over a circus tent marks the resting places of Charles Smith and Charles Walters, Ringling Bros. circus employees who were killed in Wahpeton...

17. Custer Trail marker, New Salem, N.D. Custer Trail marker, New Salem, N.D. Signs (Notices); Trails & paths; Military camps; A sign made of boards, bricks, and stone marks a place near where Custer and the 7th Cavalry made camp near New Salem, N.D. on their way to the Little Big Horn.

18. Sign marking site of Custer Home, Fort Abraham Lincoln, Mandan, N.D. Sign marking site of Custer Home, Fort Abraham Lincoln, Mandan, N.D. Military facilities; Signs (Notices); A sign made of boards and bricks marks the former location of the house lived in by George and Elizabeth Custer on the grounds of Fort Abraham Lincoln near Mandan, N.D. A reconstruction of the home was...

19. Stone gate at Wells County Fairgrounds, Fessenden, N.D. Stone gate at Wells County Fairgrounds, Fessenden, N.D. Fairs; Gates; Stone buildings; Exhibition buildings; A stone gate with the sign Wells County Fair marks the entrance to the Wells County Fairgrounds in Fessenden. The Festival Hall is visible through the gate.
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