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1. 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...

2. Marquis de Mores on horseback with rifle, Medora, N.D. Marquis de Mores on horseback with rifle, Medora, N.D. Hunting; Horses; Rifles; Handguns; Knives; The Marquis de Mores poses on horseback in hunting costume for a portrait. He has a rifle slung over his shoulders, and he wears an ammunition belt and a pistol on his waist. A knife sticks out of a pocket...

3. 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...

4. Actors portraying Indians, Fort Abraham Lincoln Actors portraying Indians, Fort Abraham Lincoln Historical dramas; Actors; Headdresses; Knives; Open-air theaters; Open-air theatrical productions; An actor portraying an Indian raises a knife towards another actor lying on the ground during a production at the Custer Memorial Amphitheater. Other actors wearing traditional Indian garb look on from...

5. Jeanette Little Crow scraping hair from hide Jeanette Little Crow scraping hair from hide Hides & skins; Jeanette Little Crow, also known as Weasel Woman, works to scrape hair from a hide on the ground. She holds a tool in her hand, and a knife is visible next to her. A man is partially visible, taking a...

6. Knife River Station, Beulah, N.D. Knife River Station, Beulah, N.D. Coal mining; Coal; Painting; A view of the Knife River Station and Knife River Coal Mining Co. buildings at Beulah, N.D. Men work on a piece of machinery under the windows at the main Knife River Station building. Men work to repaint...

7. Owl Woman cutting squash to dry Owl Woman cutting squash to dry Gardening; Gardening equipment & supplies; Owl woman uses a scapula knife to slice squash for drying. A pile of squash is visible on the right. After the squash were dried, they were stored in a cache pit along with dried corn, beans, and sunflower...

8. Bismarck tribune extra, first account of the Custer massacre Bismarck tribune extra, first account of the Custer massacre Campaigns & battles; Newspapers; Casualties; Death; A one-page extra edition of the Bismarck tribune, detailing an account of the Battle of the Little Bighorn. Included are an early report of the battle, plus a listing of the dead and wounded of the 7th...

9. Sharp Horn Bull and Tom Frosted portrait Sharp Horn Bull and Tom Frosted portrait Indian reservation police; Knives; Bottles; Firearms; Handcuffs; Law enforcement; Sharp Horn Bull and Tom Frosted play out an arrest scene. Tom Frosted wears the uniform of an Indian policeman, and has placed handcuffs on one of Sharp Horn Bull's wrists. Sharp Horn Bull lunges toward...

10. 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...

11. Barbecue to celebrate the coming of the railroads Barbecue to celebrate the coming of the railroads Barbecues; Tents; Cookery; Cooks; Knives; A man wears an apron and stands holding a large carving knife next to a table with a large roast piece of meat resting on it. Tents are set up in the background, with many others waiting to eat. The men...

12. Tipi scene at Corps of Discovery Pageant, Knife River Indian Villages Historic Site, N.D. Tipi scene at Corps of Discovery Pageant, Knife River Indian Villages Historic Site, N.D. Tipis; Vegetables; Cookery; Families; Boys; Girls; Children; Women and children dressed in Native American attire prepare vegetables while an audience watches at the Knife River Indian Villages Historic Site.

13. Scene from Corps of Discovery Pageant, Knife River Indian Villages Historic Site, N.D. Scene from Corps of Discovery Pageant, Knife River Indian Villages Historic Site, N.D. Theatrical productions; Tipis; Two men, likely dressed as members of Lewis and Clark's Corps of Discovery, perform for an audience at Knife River Indian Villages Historic Site. A tipi is visible behind the men, and a woman and girl...

14. Native American ceremony, Knife River Indian Villages Historic Site, N.D. Native American ceremony, Knife River Indian Villages Historic Site, N.D. Tipis; Campfires; Smoke; Rites & ceremonies; Audiences; A man wears a buffalo robe and holds an unidentified object during a public presentation at Knife River Indian Villages Historic Site. Smoke billows from a campfire, and two tipis are visible.

15. Scene from Corps of Discovery Pageant, Knife River Indian Villages Historic Site, N.D. Scene from Corps of Discovery Pageant, Knife River Indian Villages Historic Site, N.D. Tipis; Theatrical productions; Audiences; Campfires; A man, perhaps dressed as a member of Lewis and Clark's Corps of Discovery, talks to an assembled crowd at Knife River Indian Villages Historic Site. Two tipis and smoke from a campfire are visible in...

16. Staged scene of Corps of Discovery Knife River Indian Villages, N.D. Staged scene of Corps of Discovery Knife River Indian Villages, N.D. Tipis; Campfires; A campfire burns at center with several tipis surrounding it at a staged scene that would have been encountered by Lewis and Clark and the Corps of Discovery at Knife River Indian Villages.

17. Family at Corps of Discovery Pageant, Knife River Indian Villages Historic Site, N.D. Family at Corps of Discovery Pageant, Knife River Indian Villages Historic Site, N.D. Tipis; Vegetables; Cookery; Girls; Girls in Native American dress work to prepare vegetables during a demonstration at the Knife River Indian Villages Historic site. A tipi is partially visible in the background.

18. Scene from Corps of Discovery Pageant, Knife River Indian Villages Historic Site, N.D. Scene from Corps of Discovery Pageant, Knife River Indian Villages Historic Site, N.D. Vegetables; Cookery; Tipis; Three women and a girl in Native American dress work to husk corn and prepare other vegetables during a demonstration at the Knife River Indian Villages Historic Site.

19. Daughter of Bloody Knife cemetery marker, Fort Buford, N.D. Daughter of Bloody Knife cemetery marker, Fort Buford, N.D. Cemeteries; Forts & fortifications; Monuments & memorials; Shadows; Families; A white marker stands on the grave of Bloody Knife's daughter at Fort Buford, N.D. A notation says she died of disease on December 28, 1870. The grave of an unknown soldier and Pvt. Jeremiah Burrows, shot...

20. Pioneer relics found occasionally on the North Dakota plains Pioneer relics found occasionally on the North Dakota plains Postcards; Skulls; Knives; Axes; Pipes (Smoking); Arrowheads; A variety of implements and instruments pulled from the North Dakota soil are on display. Identified from left are a buffalo hunter's knife, a buffalo skull, an Indian war club, the head of an Indian war...
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