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Eide, Peter L.
Weiss, Edward E.
Zimmerman, Charles a.,...
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Encampment for Old Settlers Picnic, Pollock, S.D.
Grain elevators; Railroads; Tents; Carts & wagons; Picnics;
Tents and carts are spread out across open land in Pollock, S.D. during the encampment for the Old Settlers Picnic. A train passes in the distance, in front of several grain elevators. In the foreground,...
Seventy-five mounted Indians in parade at Old Settlers' Picnic, Pollock, S.D.
Horses; Horseback riding; Flags; Billiard rooms; Parades & processions; Bands;
A band leads Native Americans on horseback down a street in Pollock, S.D. on the occasion of the Old Settlers Picnic. An American flag hangs over the street.
Bottineau County Old Settlers and Pioneers picnic group portrait, Bottineau, N.D.
Members of the Bottineau County Old Settlers and Pioneers gather for a group portrait. From left to right, front row: Alex Fairweather, Mrs. Alex Fairweather, Mrs. Maria McBain, Mrs. S.M. Nichol, Mrs....
Mott Concert Band, Mott, N.D.
Music; Music ensembles; Musical instrument cases; Musical instruments; Musicians; Bands; Tubas; Trombones;Trumpets; Drums; Group portraits;
Members of the Mott Concert Band are posed in a semi-circle for a photograph in a field. Each member is holding their instrument. The instruments include tubas, trombones, fugal horns, clarinets, a bass...
Circular letter of directors
Farming; Ranches; Ranchers; Homesteading; Pamphlets;
A pamphlet advertising the New England Colony plan and the natural advantages for settlers homesteading in Dakota Territory.
Dunkers moving from Indiana to North Dakota on Great Northern Railroad
Emigration & immigration; Railroad cars; Railroad tracks; Railroad stations; Crowds;
Overview of railway yards at St. Paul, Minnesota with large group of people waiting in front of passenger cars. A banner on the side of one of the passenger cars reads "From Indiana to the rich free government...
Settlers bound for North Dakota
Railroad cars; Crowds; Children; Railroad tracks; Immigrants;
A large group of men, women, and children stand in front of three railroad cars bound for North Dakota. The location of the photograph is unknown. People look out the windows from inside the rail cars,...
Women settlers in Hettinger County, N.D.
Wooden buildings; Houses; Chickens; Dogs; Boys; Farms; Haystacks;
Four women, a boy, and two dogs stand in front of a wooden house in Hettinger County. A barn, sod building, and large haystacks are visible in the background, along with many chickens. A plowed field is...
Buffalo rubbing stone near Greene, N.D.
Buffaloes; Signs (Notices); Mobile homes; Trucks;
A large stone that buffalo would rub themselves against to relieve itches and rid themselves of parasites sits on display near Greene, N.D. A sign erected by the Renville County Old Settlers identifies...
Walhalla Martyrs grave, Walhalla, N.D.
Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Martyrs; Gates;
Grave markers and a monument identify the burial site of the 'Walhalla Martyrs', early Walhalla settlers killed by Indian attacks or disease. Flowers are planted in front of the site and a gate reads Walhalla...
Free land in North Dakota
Land use; Railroad companies; Farming;
Pamphlet from the Soo Line Railroad advertising free land available to settlers in North Dakota and highlighting the climate, the markets, schools and churches, and the advantages of Ward, McHenry, Wells,...
Wagon of Pioneers 1881-1890, Golden Jubilee Pageant Parade, Mandan, N.D.
Parades & processions; Floats (Parades); Carts & wagons; Flags; Horses; Pioneers;
Early Mandan area settlers ride in an open wagon in the Golden Jubilee Pageant Parade. One of the men holds a large American flag. The dates 1881 to 1890 are painted on the side of the wagon.
Settlers unloading at Hettinger, N.D.
Railroad cars; Railroad tracks; Tents; Lumber; Buildings;
People unloading materials for construction of the town. Railroad tracks and cars are on the right side. A few tents and buildings are on the left.
Mercer County Old Settlers group portrait, Beulah, N.D.
Fraternal organizations; Panoramic views; Group portraits; Grandstands; Homesteading;
Fifty-three or more men and one young boy standing with grandstand and announcer's booth behind them. Most men are unidentified, but the photograph includes William H. Rettke.
Old Settlers Building, Wells County Fair, Fessenden, N.D.
Winter; Snow; Fraternal lodges;
The Old Setters Building sits amidst snow on the Wells County Fairgrounds in Fessenden, N.D.
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