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1. The Explorers The Explorers 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.

2. Little Missouri Boat Trip 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...

3. Near Mouth of Beaver Creek, Badlands, N.D. Near Mouth of Beaver Creek, Badlands, N.D. Rivers; Buttes; This photograph shows a large butte opposite the photographer. The Missouri River can also be seen.

4. View of Little Missouri River near Medora, N.D. 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.

5. On Sheep Creek On Sheep Creek Buttes; Streams; Sheep Creek in the Badlands of North Dakota

6. Elkhorn Ranch Elkhorn Ranch 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

7. Little Missouri River near Elkhorn Ranch 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.

8. Deapolis, N.D. Deapolis, N.D. 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.

9. William L. Guy and Don Short at Dakota Territory Centennial celebration, Bismarck, N.D. William L. Guy and Don Short at Dakota Territory Centennial celebration, Bismarck, N.D. Centennial celebrations; People; Governors; Governor William L. Guy, Congressman Don Short, and an unidentified man stand together in the State Capitol building in Bismarck during celebrations for the Dakota Territory centennial. All three of the...

10. Bird's-eye view, Valley City, N.D. Bird's-eye view, Valley City, N.D. Bird's-eye views; Rivers; Bridges; Postcards; The buildings and bridges of Valley City are visible in this bird's-eye view. The Sheyenne River winds its way through town.

11. 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...

12. Medora, Marquise de Mores with Louis and Athenais, Medora, N.D. Medora, Marquise de Mores with Louis and Athenais, Medora, N.D. Children; Boys; Girls; Horses; Dogs; Families; Medora, the Marquise de Mores stands wearing a dark dress in front of the Chateau de Mores, while her son Louis sits on horseback. Her daughter Athenais wears a short dress and hat and stands in front...

13. Remer Rambler, August 1940 Remer Rambler, August 1940 Newspapers; Work camps; Trucks; Draft; Issue contains articles on the arrival of new trucks in the camp, interviews with camp men on the topic of conscription, sports news, and other short news items.

14. Goldbrick Gazette, June 11, 1937 Goldbrick Gazette, June 11, 1937 Newspapers; Softball; Dentistry; Lifeguards; Gardening; Gardens; Work camps; Issue features articles on the camp softball team, a soldering class, the camp garden, news of the arrival of a dentist, life guard training, and short stories.

15. Rambler, June 1939 Rambler, June 1939 Newspapers; Work camps; Homing pigeons; Billiards; Issue contains articles on the arrival of a lost racing pigeon in the camp, improvements to the camp pool table, and other short news items.

16. 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...

17. Dr. Fred E. Stockton and Frank Zahn at Sitting Bull's grave, Fort Yates, N.D. Dr. Fred E. Stockton and Frank Zahn at Sitting Bull's grave, Fort Yates, N.D. Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves; Clergy; Dr. Fred E. Stockton and Frank Zahn stand at Sitting Bull's grave at Fort Yates, N.D. The grave is a slab covering the grave with small pile of cemented rocks at one end of grave. On each corner of grave...

18. Ira Cameron MacDonald portrait Ira Cameron MacDonald portrait Boys; Children; Portrait photographs Ira Cameron MacDonald poses for a full length portrait wearing a dark suit with short pants, striped socks, and buttoned boots.

19. Crossing truss bridge with cart, Pembina, N.D. Crossing truss bridge with cart, Pembina, N.D. Bridges; Carts & wagons; Horses; Signs (Notices); A man riding on a cart pulled by two horses crosses a truss bridge at Pembina, N.D. Two men sit on the bridge's railing. A sign on the bridge warns of a $10 fine for riding or driving over the bridge faster...

20. Frontier Scout article on grasshoppers Frontier Scout article on grasshoppers Grasshoppers; Forts & fortifications; Gardens; Gardening; An article in the June 15, 1865 issue of the Frontier Scout asking for bids to eliminate the grasshopper problem at Fort Rice in Dakota Territory.
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