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1. 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...

2. J.E. Anderson with King Koto, Amor Township, Bowman County, N.D. J.E. Anderson with King Koto, Amor Township, Bowman County, N.D. Horses; Barns; Farms; J.E. Anderson stands in front of a barn with a horse named King Koto. Another person is partially visible inside the doorway of the barn.

3. Custer Monument and battlefield Custer Monument and battlefield Battlefields; Graves; Monuments & memorials; The 7th Cavalry monument sits within a fence at the top of a hill on the Little Bighorn Battlefield. Markers on the hillside show where soldiers originally fell and were buried after the battle.

4. Henry H. Sibley portrait Henry H. Sibley portrait Soldiers; Military uniforms; Engravings; Henry H. Sibley poses for a formal portrait wearing his military uniform.

5. Custer's camp and Pump Coulee trail Custer's camp and Pump Coulee trail Trails & paths; Camps; A view of the Pump Coulee trail and area where Custer and the 7th Cavalry camped.

6. Celebration around cairn on top of Butte Saint Paul, Bottineau County, N.D. Celebration around cairn on top of Butte Saint Paul, Bottineau County, N.D. Cairns; Flags; Dedications; Buttes; Postcards; People gather around the new cairn on top of Butte Saint Paul in Bottineau County. A flag flies from atop the cairn, which is also topped by a cross. The plaque on the cairn reads: "1850 1933 Butte Saint...

7. RJB towboat with load of structural steel for Four Bears Bridge RJB towboat with load of structural steel for Four Bears Bridge Tugboats; Barges; Flags; Steel; Rivers; The RJB towboat pushes a barge named Billy, carrying a load of structural steel for the Four Bears Bridge at Elbowoods, N.D. A man is visible standing on the front of the barge.

8. Pan ready to blow grass dance whistle Pan ready to blow grass dance whistle Musical instruments; A man named Pan holds out a long grass dance whistle before playing it.

9. Croppie, Lexington, and Roan three winners of horse races, Dickinson, N.D. Croppie, Lexington, and Roan three winners of horse races, Dickinson, N.D. Horses; Horse racing; Horses named Croppie, Lexington, and Roan are photographed in Dickinson after winning horse races. A man's hand is visible at the edge of the frame holding onto the horses. Presumably, the three horses...

10. Arthur A. Link's agriculturalist of the year award Arthur A. Link's agriculturalist of the year award Awards; Plaques; Banners; Portrait photographs; A view of the plaque presented to Arthur A. Link after being named Agriculturalist of the Year for 1981 by North Dakota State University's Saddle & Sirloin Club. A banner reading "Agriculturalist of the...

11. Cannon Butte near Medora, N.D. Cannon Butte near Medora, N.D. Rock formations; Buttes; A rock shaped like a cannon balances on the top of the aptly named Cannon Butte near Medora, N.D. The initials "RHC" or "RHG" are painted on the side of the cannon.

12. Stiles on Black Powder, Roundup, Mandan, N.D. Stiles on Black Powder, Roundup, Mandan, N.D. Horses; Broncos; Cowboys; Grandstands; A cowboy named Stiles rides a bucking bronco called Black Powder in this scene from the Mandan Roundup.

13. Maury Martin and Joe the Dog near Civilian Conservation Corps camp 2771 and 2772, Watford City, N.D. Maury Martin and Joe the Dog near Civilian Conservation Corps camp 2771 and 2772, Watford City, N.D. Dogs; Tree stumps; Rivers; Maury Martin stands on a tree stump on a sandy riverbed and holds a dog named Joe.

14. Mound B excavation at Double Ditch Indian Village site Mound B excavation at Double Ditch Indian Village site Excavation; Mounds (Landforms); Archaeological sites; This mound (named Mound B) was opened in 1905 by archeologists. They gathered information on how the people of Double Ditch lived by examining their refuse.

15. Die Vereinigten Staaten von Nord-America 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,...

16. High Dog's winter count High Dog's winter count Calendars; Art; Translators; Hieroglyphics; Winter; This collection includes a photograph of High Dog's winter count, and translations of sections of the winter count done by Aaron McGaffey Beede.

17. Jolly Boy, a horse that Theodore Roosevelt rode, Lisbon, N.D. Jolly Boy, a horse that Theodore Roosevelt rode, Lisbon, N.D. Horses; Presidents; Politicians; Flags; A pale horse named Jolly Boy poses wearing flags and other patriotic memorabilia. He also wears a sign reading "Jolly Boy rode by President Roosevelt on the plains of North Dak." A Lisbon business is visible...

18. Governor Moses christening NWA 'City of Bismarck', Bismarck Airport, Bismarck, N.D. Governor Moses christening NWA 'City of Bismarck', Bismarck Airport, Bismarck, N.D. Airplanes; Airports; Air pilots; Governors; Men; Dedications; Six men, including Governor John Moses, stand in front of an airplane on the tarmack. The man furthest to the right wears a pilot's uniform, while the rest are in suits. The plane is named 'City of Bismarck'....

19. Motor vessels Expansion, Benton, and Ida at Fort Yates, N.D. Motor vessels Expansion, Benton, and Ida at Fort Yates, N.D. Boats; Ferries; Rivers; Shipping; The boats Expansion and Benton float near the shore near Fort Yates. A ferry named Ida is also visible at the shoreline.

20. Overlooking Lake Sakakawea at Crow Flies High Butte, N.D. Overlooking Lake Sakakawea at Crow Flies High Butte, N.D. Monuments; Rivers; Lakes & ponds; A field stone marker interprets the site at Crow Flies High Butte historic site overlooking Lake Sakakawea. Named for the Hidatsa chief Crow Flies High, Lewis and Clark passed by this way in 1805.
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