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1. Albert Nielsen dipping out oil from first rail car leaving Westhope with oil, Westhope, N.D. Albert Nielsen dipping out oil from first rail car leaving Westhope with oil, Westhope, N.D. Albert Nielsen stands atop a tank car containing oil in Westhope, N.D. He is dipping oil out of the tank car with a bucket. A sign reading "4 cars first oil shipped from Westhope, N.D." is hung from the...

2. Alice Kennedy Dahners Pioneer Mother biographies scrapbook Alice Kennedy Dahners Pioneer Mother biographies scrapbook Pioneers; Scrapbooks; The Alice Kennedy Dahners Pioneer Mother Biographies Collection consists of two hundred and sixty two loose and bound pages of biographies, news clippings, notes, and correspondence. Some of the pages...

3. Mrs. Jerome Standing Soldier portrait Mrs. Jerome Standing Soldier portrait Mrs. Jerome Standing Soldier sits posed for a photograph. She wears a necklace and long hair ornaments.

4. Mark Kellogg diary Mark Kellogg diary Reporters; Military life; Military tactics; Military officers; Troop movements; Campaigns & battles; The diary is composed of 37 sheets of copy paper and documents Kellogg's time reporting on the Big Horn-Yellowstone Expedition of 1876 when he accompanied George Armstrong Custer and the 7th Cavalry during...

5. Going forth to battle Going forth to battle Three men dressed in traditional Indian costume ride on horseback. In the background, people watch from wagons and cars.

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8. Page 1 Page 1 1879Bismarck Aug 12Dear Wife,Yours of the 2 at hand Was glad to hear you are well as this leaves us at present. If you can live on Hay you must have enough of it I have 125 tons made and will make 100...

9. Page 2 Page 2 Tom Welch will cash it for you You can put all our things in a Dry Goods Box and Ship them here I will Send My Keys in a Newspaper to you and you can put my clothes in my trunk and Buy a trunk for yourself...

10. Page 3 Page 3 Celia wont be any trouble if you Bring her along She would have a good time I think Richard could do as well here as any place They paid from $26 to $50 a month all last winter and there is lots of wood...

11. Page 4 Page 4 Let Me know when you will Start dont Be in a hury as I am So busy We will have to live in town for Some time before I get a house builtYou better Stay in St Paul a while and get your clothes made Give...

12. Pauline Olson diary excerpts Pauline Olson diary excerpts Country life; Electricity; Funeral rites & ceremonies; Atomic bombs; Televisions; Telephones; Wells; Oil wells; Dairy farming; Cows; A selection of pages from Pauline Olson's diary on topics such as rural electrification, drilling oil wells, Emma Backman's funeral, atomic bomb testing, television and telephone history, digging water...

13. June 28 1879 Page 1 June 28 1879 Page 1 Office of McLean & MacniderWHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS INGROCERIES AND STEAMBOAT SUPPLIESBismarck, D. T. June 28, 1879Dear WifeWe arrived here all right but I was disappointed in not getting a letter...

14. June 28 1879 Page 2 June 28 1879 Page 2 any body and dont expect to find any owner Let me know how the crops are and all the newsHoping to hear from you Soon I Remain your Loving HusbandLouis ConnollyWrite to BismarckDacota Teritory

15. July 14 1879 Page 1 July 14 1879 Page 1 Bismarck July 14 1879Dear WifeYour welcome letter is at hand was glad to hear from you hoping to find you all well as this leaves us at present I am sory to hear that you are so lonesome but as it is you...

16. July 14 1879 Page 2 July 14 1879 Page 2 fifteen dollars on every one we sell and besides it is the best place for cattle we seen yet If I keep half of them till spring I can make 12 hundred dollars on the trip I am glad we didant stop at Jim...

17. July 14 1879 Page 3 July 14 1879 Page 3 I Stop with John Hilger when I am in town they are very kind and doing well he has a fine garden and sold a lot of potatoes and onions for 3 dollars a bushel yesterd the crops are Splendid here but there...

18. August 24 1879 Page 1 August 24 1879 Page 1 79 Bismarck Aug 24Dear WifeYour Letter of the 20th is at Hand and found us wellDear Mary I know it is hard for you to leave your home but I had to leave Mine and go among strangers and battle With the...

19. August 24 1879 Page 2 August 24 1879 Page 2 I think I shall go to St Paul and meet you if I can if not I will Let you know at St. PaulWe will be done Haying to Morrow times are good for working men now Wages from 30 to 50 dollars a month Get My...

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