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1. Council with the Sioux Indians at Fort Pierre, message from the President of the United States communicating Council with the Sioux Indians at Fort Pierre, message from the President of the United States communicating minutes of a council held at Fort Pierre with the Sioux Indians Government relations; Minutes of a council held at Fort Pierre, then in Nebraska Territory, in March, 1856 between Brigadier General William S. Harney and delegations from nine bands of the Sioux Indians.

2. Regis de Trobriand diary excerpt Regis de Trobriand diary excerpt Forts & fortifications; Grasshoppers; Eating & drinking; Soldiers; Diseases; Cows; Milk; Meat; Pork; Fish; Onions; Garlic; Snow; Winter; Steamboats; Vinegar industry; General Philippe Regis de Trobriand came to Fort Stevenson in 1867. His troops built the post, barely completing the necessary buildings before the extremely harsh and early winter began. Trobriand’s...

3. Wilmot P. Sanford diary extracts Wilmot P. Sanford diary extracts Eating & drinking; Soldiers; Vegetables; Cookery; Potatoes; Cabbage; Pork; Military rations; Cattle; Forts & fortifications; Eggs; Apples; Gardens; Gardening; By the time of Sanford’s service, the Army was providing more nutritious food for soldiers. His notes about meals indicate that vegetables (usually potatoes and onions) and fruits (plum duff and apples)...

4. Steamer F.Y. Batchelor at Fort Buford landing, Dakota Territory Steamer F.Y. Batchelor at Fort Buford landing, Dakota Territory Steamboats; Coastlines; Crowds; Rivers; The steamboat Batchelor ties up at Fort Buford in 1878. Many people stand on the decks of the boat and on the shoreline. The Batchelor carries a large load of logs or planks on one of its decks. Boats...

5. 357 killed in 56 minutes with clubs, rabbit round up, Hettinger, N.D. 357 killed in 56 minutes with clubs, rabbit round up, Hettinger, N.D. Rabbits; Rabbit hunting; Fences; Snow; Winter; Crowds; People carrying sticks and clubs run into a fenced in area containing jack rabbits near Hettinger, N.D.
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