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Greetings from Oberon, N.D.
Bird's-eye views; Schools; Grain elevators; Railroad shops & yards; Postcards;
Several views of buildings and businesses in Oberon are included on this postcard. Identified locations include: Main Street, elevators and Northern Pacific yard, the high school, and a bird's eye view....
Earthlodge depressions, Fort Abraham Lincoln
Archaeological sites; Rivers;
Flat area in mid-ground shows depressions, locations of former lodges. The Missouri River is visible in the background. The Civilian Conservation Corps would later reconstruct earthlodges on the nearby...
Hills in the northwest of Fort Lincoln site showing some lodge circles
Indian encampments; Archaeological sites;
A view of hills northwest of Fort Abraham Lincoln showing former locations of earthlodges.
Actor portraying George Custer pointing at a map, Fort Abraham Lincoln
Historical dramas; Actors; Maps; Open-air theaters; Open-air theatrical productions;
Marty Jonason portrays George Custer and points at a map hanging on a wall. Identified locations include Forts Shaw, Lincoln, Rice, Laramie, Fetterman, and Russell. Locations of rivers and the Sioux position...
Actor portraying George Custer reading a newspaper, Fort Abraham Lincoln
Historical dramas; Actors; Newspapers; Maps;
Marty Jonason portrays George Custer during a production at the Custer Memorial Amphitheater. He sits at a desk and reads a newspaper. A map with locations for Fort Lincoln, Fort Ellis, Fort Shaw, and...
U.S.S. North Dakota European cruise schedule
A small photograph of the USS North Dakota and a schedule of the European Cruise with dates left and arrived, locations, and miles logged between November 1919 and March 1920. Places visited include Naples...
Battle of Little Big Horn drawing by One Bull
Drawings; Campaigns & battles; Indigenous peoples; Armies; Battlefields;
Drawing by One Bull of the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Specific markings include the location of the battle, Reno's location, locations of the specific tribes, and the spot where Custer was killed.
Aerial view of Bismarck looking north
Cityscapes; Capitols; Aerial photographs;
An aerial view of Bismarck in 1965. The Capitol Building is visible to the north.
House 7 sketch, Huff Indian Village Site
House 7 is a typical family home at the Huff Village Site. Locations of fireplaces, pits, and postholes are indicated.
Burgois site map
Maps; Rivers; Dwellings; Excavation;
This early contour map reveals the locations of earthlodges within Ditch 4 at Double Ditch Indian Village, also known as the Bourgois site.
North Dakota map, 1954
Maps; Roads; Tourism;
A highway map of North Dakota, showing highways, locations, a map index, and populations on one side, and mileages, an index of historic sites and parks, North Dakota radio stations, and photographs of...
Sitting Rabbit's map
Maps; Indian encampments; Rivers;
This map layers history with the geography of 1905. To the left as you look at this digitized image is south where the map begins on the South Dakota/North Dakota border. The upper side of the map is the...
Railroad Commissioners' map of North Dakota
Maps; Railroads; Railroad companies;
Map shows the locations of the various railroad lines in North Dakota in 1913. Includes railroads are: Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul; Chicago & Northwestern; Fairmount & Veblen; Farmers Grain & Shipping...
Map of a reconnaissance of the Black Hills, July and August 1874, with troops under the command of Lt. Col. G.A. Custer, 7th Cavalry
Military reconnaissance; Maps;
This map was made by surveyors who accompanied Lieutenant Colonel (Brevet Major General) George Armstrong Custer and troops of the 7th Cavalry on an expedition to the Black Hills in 1874. Custer's map...
Die Vereinigten Staaten von Nord-America
Maps; Rivers; Discovery & exploration;
This map appears to present more accurately the locations of rivers, lakes, and other features of the region that is today North Dakota which was Prince Maximilian's destination. The Red, the Missouri,...
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