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1. Long time Medora residents, Medora, N.D. Long time Medora residents, Medora, N.D. Cowboys; Ranchers; Cowboy hats; A group of men, all of whom have lived in the Medora, N.D. area for 50 years or more gather for a group portrait in front of the old Joe Ferris Store in Medora. Seated, left to right are: T.F. Roberts,...

2. Earthlodge floor plan at Double Ditch Indian Village site Earthlodge floor plan at Double Ditch Indian Village site Dwellings; Plans; This floor plan of a circular earthlodge shows the four post and beam central supports (the square in the center). The wall between the entry and the fireplace helped to prevent drafts from disturbing...

3. News video on residents in the Breckenridge, Minn.-Wahpeton, N.D. area returning to their homes after News video on residents in the Breckenridge, Minn.-Wahpeton, N.D. area returning to their homes after being driven away by Red River flooding Floods; Dwellings; Boats; Journalism; Dikes (Engineering) KXJB news report about residents in the Breckenridge, Minn.-Wahpeton N.D. area returning to their homes after being driven away by Red River flooding. New story introduction by reporter Theresa Joy. Features...

4. Weasel Bear and his exhibit at the Standing Rock Agency Fair, Fort Yates, N.D. Weasel Bear and his exhibit at the Standing Rock Agency Fair, Fort Yates, N.D. Gardening; Men; Vegetables; Weasel Bear poses behind his vegetable exhibit at the Standing Rock Agency Fair. In the early 20th century, reservation agents hosted "Indian Fairs" that combined traditional aspects of Native American...

5. Log house, Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, N.D. Log house, Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, N.D. Indian reservations; Log buildings; Dogs; Children; Girls; Ladders; Two women and a little girl stand in the doorway of a log house on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation. A dog lies on the ground by the closed door of the house. A flat box reading Sunshine Biscuits is...

6. U.S. Army Jeeps and ambulance in front of bars, Zap, N.D. U.S. Army Jeeps and ambulance in front of bars, Zap, N.D. Militias; Soldiers; Festivals; Riots & demonstrations; Riot control; Bars; Ambulances; Military vehicles; U.S. Army Jeeps and ambulance in front of bars displaying Hamm's and Budweiser beer signs. Some residents and bystanders watching soldiers.

7. John Smith portrait John Smith portrait Older people; Headdresses; Portrait photographs; John Smith of Cass Lake, Minn. is shown on this postcard. Smith was reputed to be 137 years old when he died in 1922. He appears here wearing a headdress and an embroidered robe.

8. Portion of new town of Wakpala, S.D. Portion of new town of Wakpala, S.D. Restaurants; Horses; Carriages & coaches; Some of the buildings and residents of Wakpala, S.D. are captured here. Two men in suits and hats are visible near a white building with a sign reading Restaurant. Two horses are hitched up to a carriage,...

9. Marine shells from Menoken Indian Village site Marine shells from Menoken Indian Village site Shells; Decorative arts; Menoken residents shaped precious shells into beads for decorative purposes.

10. Beulah School riprap detail, Beulah, N.D. Beulah School riprap detail, Beulah, N.D. Stairways; Schools; Trees; Rocks; Wide concrete steps lead from the street level to the front entrance of the Beulah School. The riprap was installed as part of a project developed by the Federal Emergency Relief Agency and completed under...
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