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Missouri River at Garrison Dam construction site
Dams; Construction; Rivers; Aerial photographs;
An aerial view of the Missouri River wending its way through the Garrison Dam site, with excavation areas visible.
Excavation for embankment on Garrison Dam construction site
Machines work to excavation for the embankment on the construction site for the Garrison Dam.
Excavation at Garrison Dam site
Land near the Missouri River has been scraped away prior to usage at the Garrison Dam construction site.
Excavation and construction at Garrison Dam site
Dams; Construction; Aerial photographs;
Construction and excavation on the Garrison Dam site are separated by the Missouri River.
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.
Hugo digging in southeastern bank Fort Abraham Lincoln site
Excavation; Archaeological sites;
A man wearing a hat digs into the side of a hill looking for artifacts southeast of Fort Abraham Lincoln.
Aerial view of Missouri River at Garrison Dam construction site
Dams; Construction; Excavation; Rivers;
A view from an elevated area showing the excavation site of the Garrison Dam in the foreground, and the Missouri River in the background.
Aerial view of bridge and Missouri River
Rivers; Excavation; Dams; Aerial photographs; Bridges;
A bridge crossing the Missouri River is visible in the distance. In the foreground, land is being excavated for the construction of the Garrison Dam.
Aerial view of Garrison Dam construction
Rivers; Excavation; Dams; Construction; Aerial photographs
An aerial view of the area under excavation for the Garrison Dam. Many vehicles are parked in rows in the distance, and the Missouri River is also visible.
Channeling the Missouri River
Rivers; Construction; Dams; Excavation; Clouds;
Power shovels work the river bed in the area below the tunnel outlets during the construction of the Garrison Dam. The river is visible in the distance.
Excavation for Garrison Dam
Rivers; Bridges; Excavation; Construction; Dams;
Excavation continues before the construction of the Garrison Dam. A bridge crossing the Missouri River is visible in the distance.
Construction of Garrison Dam
Construction; Dams; Digging; Rivers; Excavation;
Dump trucks and other pieces of heavy equipment excavate the land in the area of the construction of the Garrison Dam. The Missouri River is visible in the background.
North Dakota Capitol before construction with cornerstone, Bismarck, N.D.
Capitols; Cornerstones; Horses; Excavation;
A view of the capitol construction site. A large hole has been excavated for construction, and a line is pointing to the cornerstone in the distance.
Earth lodge excavation at Chief Looking's Village site, Bismarck, N.D.
Archaeological sites; Excavation;
Items protrude from the ground at the site of an earthlodge excavation at Chief Looking's Village site, also known as the Ward Earth Lodge Village in Bismarck, N.D.
Oscar Zero launch control center capsule under construction near Cooperstown, N.D.
Rockets; Military facilities; Construction;
The underground launch control center is under construction in this early photo of the Oscar Zero site, now part of the Ronald Reagan Minuteman Missile Site near Cooperstown. The launch control center...
Civilian Conservation Corps crew working on Baldhill Dam, north of Valley City, N.D.
Dams; Excavation; Construction; Laborers;
Men work with a piece of earth moving machinery on the site of the Baldhill Dam near Valley City.
Mound B excavation, Double Ditch Indian Village site
Excavation; Mounds (Landforms); Archaeological sites;
Mound B was re-opened in 2005 by archeologists to see if they could gain more information with modern technology and advanced evaluation methods.
Aerial view of Menoken Indian Village site
Aerial photographs; Excavation; Cliffs;
This aerial view of Menoken Village shows the outline of the palisade and ditch with the four bastions. The location of the village on the banks of Apple Creek was strategically smart. Modern day farmers...
House 2 sketch, Huff Indian Village Site
House 2 is the lodge that was probably associated with the ceremonial or social leader of the village and his family. The house is larger than most and faces a ceremonial plaza.
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