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Nelse cooking on camp stove, Fort Yates, N.D.
Cookery; Eating & drinking; Stoves;
A man identified only as Nelse adds wood to a fire inside a camp stove near Fort Yates. Two pots and a kettle sit on top of the stove. Two other men are visible in the background.
Bernard Stasney with Peterson, Walterboro, S.C.
Military uniforms; Trucks; Tents; Soldiers;
Bernard Stasney stands with a man identified only as Peterson in front of a truck that is parked in front of a tent in Waltersboro, S.C.
Patterson Hotel billboard, Bismarck, N.D.
Hotels; Advertisements; Billboards;
A billboard for the Patterson Hotel in Bismarck advertises "Rooms with bath $1.50 and up" and "Special rates to tourists with families." The sign also proclaims the Patterson to be "positively the only...
Ruins of Golden Square building after fire, downtown Grand Forks, N.D.
Floods; Rivers; Disasters; Fires;
Only the front doors of the Golden Square building remain standing after the Grand Forks flood and fire of 1997. Piles of bricks and girders are all that remain of the building.
Irene, Nora, and Lucy in front of American flag, Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, N.D.
Indian reservations; Flags; Girls; Dresses;
Three girls identified only as Irene, Nora, and Lucy sit and stand in front of a wall draped with an American flag. All three girls wear patterned dresses.
Louis Rehm Barn, contemporary exterior view, near Hebron, N.D.
Barns; Cupolas; Historic buildings;
A contemporary view of the exterior of the Louis Rehm Barn near Hebron, N.D. Only one of the original cupolas remains, and the only door still bearing the white crossed and diagonal battons is the barely...
Distant view of barn, Ralph Hall Farm district near Carrington, N.D.
Farms; Trees; Barns;
From a distance one can see the red and white wood frame barn located on the Ralph Hall Farm District near Carrington, N.D. The level grass pasture is broken only by sporadic clumps of trees.
Palisade excavation at Huff Indian Village site
Excavation; Archaeological sites; Cliffs;
A portion of the palisade wall at Huff was excavated in 1960. You can see the postholes and the depression which marks the ditch in this photograph. The ditch was probably 5 feet deep originally, but over...
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...
Fortuna School addition blueprint
Blueprints; Schools; Rural schools; Construction;
This blueprint for the Fortuna School addition not only shows the new rooms that would be built for the school, but labels the space with the kinds of activities the students would pursue in the new school....
Stanford achievement test questions and scores
Standardization; Testing; Students; Examinations;
A selection of standardized test questions and tables showing North Dakota student achievement on the Stanford Achievement test. Table I gives only total scores for rural students in grades 4 through 8....
1994 North Dakota railroad map
Maps; Railroads; Railroad companies; Grain elevators;
This map shows how the major economic changes of the 20th century affected the state's railroads. Many lines have been abandoned and removed and others, tracks still in place, are no longer in use. Some...
Deer hunters with their game
Deer; Deer hunting; Rifles; Trees;
Hunters pose with rifles and their kill in a clearing, probably near Bismarck. Deer hunters could only take one buck per season every other year during the 1930s.
Granary and chicken coop, Ole Crogen farm, Carbury, N.D.
Agricultural facilities; Poultry houses; Granaries; Trees; Electrical apparatus;
The granary and chicken coop of the Ole Crogen farm are both clapboard siding is painted red and the roofs are both woodshingled and painted green. The unique roofline of the granary comes from the fact...
St. Mary's Academy exterior view, Devils Lake, N.D.
Construction; Transportation; Schools; Boarding schools;
The front facade of St. Mary's Academy (also known as St. Mary's High School) is seen with construction apparently occuring. A truck and crane are both clearly visible directly in front of the structure...
Members of Brisbane High School basketball team, Brisbane, N.D.
Basketball; Basketball players; Boys;
Members of the Brisbane High School basketball team pose in their uniforms outside a wooden building. Only the last names of the players are knowns: Simpson, Wells, Youmans, Spielman, and Hone.
Civilian Conservation Corps documents and memoir
Forms (Documents); Assistance;
Includes a preliminary application form for Civilian Conservation Corps selection, a certificate of selection for the CCC, and a memoir written by Harold P. Leland of his time in the CCC in North Dakota...
Letter from Estella to DeFrantie Kingsley
Religious services; Sunday schools; Animals; Plants; Carts & wagons; Guests; Correspondence;
A letter from Estella S. to DeFrantie Kingsley talking about her life in Eckelson, Dakota Territory. She talks about church services, Sunday School, visits from friends and family from the East, riding...
Graves of Raymond Stake, Pop Crane, and other members of 58th and 59th Infantry at St. Gengoulph, France
Cemeteries; Crosses; Fences; Gates; War casualties;
A view of the rural churchyard where Raymond Stake, Pop Crane, and other members of the 58th and 59th Infantry were buried at St. Gengoulph in France. Simple wooden crosses mark the graves and a wooden...
Louis Connolly letters
Ranchers; Ranches; Hay; Cattle; Spouses; Correspondence;
Four letters from Louis Connolly to his wife Mary talking about farming and ranching in Dakota Territory.
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