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Norman Kittson Trading Post at Walhalla after 1843
Abandoned buildings; Fur trade; Frontier & pioneer life; Pioneers; Trading posts;
Norman Kittson's trading post viewed from the front. The door and window are no longer present and the chimney is visible. Trees are in the background to the right.
Vote no on prohibition repeal bill
Prohibition; Alcoholic beverages; Political elections;
Leaflet encouraging voters to vote no on the prohibition repeal bill in the November 6, 1934 election.
Access bridge under construction at Garrison Dam site
Dams; Construction; Bridges; Roads;
A bridge and road to give access to the Garrison Dam site are under construction in this photograph.
Flood at 2nd Street NW, Minot, N.D.
Steeples; Floods; Bridges; Automobiles; Rivers; Postcards;
Cars drive through flood waters on 2nd Street NW in Minot. The view looks down onto the street from the bridge over the Souris River. The Northern Meat Market is visible at left, and a church steeple rises...
Garrison Dam site before construction
A view of the Garrison Dam construction site before heavy earthmoving work.
Flood 6th Street NW, Minot, N.D.
Floods; Rowboats; Houses; Postcards;
People in boats row their way down 6th Street NW in Minot. Houses line both sides of the street.
Breakthrough of tunnel seven, Garrison Dam construction site
Dams; Construction; Firsts;
A man exits a hole in tunnel seven at the Garrison Dam construction site from the downstream site, and is greeted by photographers and other men on the other side.
Flood after groceries in a boat, Oak Park Grocery, Minot, N.D.
Floods; Rowboats; Grocery stores; Canned foods; Postcards;
A man in a boat receives a canned item from the shopkeeper in the Oak Park Grocery store in Minot during the 1923 flood. The shopkeeper sits on top of his counter and wears hip waders. Wood floats in the...
Western embankment, Garrison Dam construction site
A view of the western embankment under construction for the Garrison Dam.
Breakthrough at tunnel 3, Garrison Dam site
Dams; Construction; Tunnels;
A crowd assembles waiting for the moment when both halves of tunnel three will connect at the Garrison Dam site. A portion of the completed intake tunnel is visible in the foreground.
First earth being moved at Garrison Dam construction site
Excavation begins with several different pieces of machinery at the construction site of the Garrison Dam. Small groups of people also stand on the site.
Future site of Garrison Dam intake structure
The gentle hills in this picture will later be replaced by the intake structure of the Garrison Dam.
Explorers; Boats; Rivers;
George Will, Sr., Clell Gannon, and Russell Reid sit near the Missouri River in the photograph. Their boat can be seen in the background.
Little Missouri Boat Trip
Rivers; Waterfronts; Buttes; Boats; Waterways;
This photograph shows the "Hugh Glass" that George F. Will, Russel Reid, and Clell G. Gannon used to navigate the Little Missouri and Missouri rivers. In the background the opposite bank of the river is...
Near Mouth of Beaver Creek, Badlands, N.D.
This photograph shows a large butte opposite the photographer. The Missouri River can also be seen.
View of Little Missouri River near Medora, N.D.
Buttes; Trees; Rivers;
The Little Missouri River can be seen here. On the opposite side of the river buttes and trees are present.
On Sheep Creek
Sheep Creek in the Badlands of North Dakota
Buttes; Trees; Ranches;
This photograph shows the site of the house on the Elkhorn Ranch near Medora, N.D. Trees and buttes are visible as well
Little Missouri River near Elkhorn Ranch
Buttes; Rivers; Trees;
A view of the Badlands of North Dakota can be seen here. Buttes, trees, and the Little Missouri River are visible.
Loading docks; Elevators; Reflections; Railroad cars; Rivers;
This photograph shows Deapolis, N.D. The elevator with the extending marine "leg" or loading shute is visible. Reflections can be seen in the river.
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