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Marine shells from Menoken Indian Village site
Shells; Decorative arts;
Menoken residents shaped precious shells into beads for decorative purposes.
House 7 excavation, Huff Indian Village Site
Excavation; Archaeological sites;
A view of the excavation of house 7, a typical family home, at the Huff Indian Village Site.
Storage pit, Huff Indian Village site
Excavation; Archaeological sites; Holes;
This is a storage pit which has been excavated. The drawing shows what archeologists found in the pit including cutting tools (bifaces), bones, and pieces of broken pottery (potsherds or sherds).
House 2 excavation map, Menoken Indian Village site
This is the floor plan of a pit house. Note the absence of postholes around the perimeter of the house. Uses of space including hearths and cache pits are marked on the map.
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...
Pot rest at Huff Indian Village site
Cookery; Cooking utensils; Excavation; Archaeological sites;
A round bottomed pot would be set to rest on a coil of grasses such as this to keep it from tipping over.
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.
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.
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.
First rural electric hookup in North Dakota commemorative plaque, O. Pierson farm, York, N.D.
Electrical apparatus; Snow; Commemorations;
The plaque commemorating the fact that the O. Pierson farm near York (N.D.) was the first Rural Electric hookup in North Dakota (1937-11-24) is shown against a snowy backdrop. The plaque is afixed to a...
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...
Construction of North Dakota state capitol building, Bismarck, N.D.
Capitols; Construction; Government facilities; Automobiles; Utility poles;
The metal structure of the new state capitol building rises into the sky as two men look up from the ground. Cars are parked in front of the construction site.
Workers with cornerstone, North Dakota capitol building, Bismarck, N.D.
Cornerstones; Capitols; Government facilities; Construction;
Workers stand with the cornerstone of the new North Dakota capitol building on the construction site in Bismarck. The cornerstone reads "Erected A.D. 1933."
Strikers notified of settlement at capitol construction site, Bismarck, N.D.
Strikes; Construction; Houses; Fences; Garages;
Strikers gathered at a site in Bismarck hear the news that a settlement has been reached in the work stoppage at the new capitol construction site.
Battle of Whitestone Hill collection
Battlefields; War; Correspondence; Tribal chiefs; Treaties;
Includes a diary extract from James M. Thomson who fought at the battle of Whitestone Hill, a letter from Alfred Sully naming Fire Heart as a trusted ally, a letter from S.R. Curtis and Orrin Guernsey...
Liberty Memorial Bridge construction, Bismarck, N.D.
Bridges; Rivers; Construction;
Men work on and around a large enclosure made of wood at the construction site of the Liberty Memorial Bridge.
Dedication of Interstate 29, Drayton, N.D.
Roads; Dedications; Automobiles; Crowds; Flags; Elevated highways;
A crowd has gathered to watch a ceremony officially opening Interstate 29 for traffic near Drayton. Cars are parked along the side of the road, and an American flag hangs from an overpass.
An open field that saw heavy fighting during World War I, France
Plants; Croplands; Dirt; Battlefields;
A view of a field that was the site of heavy fighting during World War I.
Cavalry charge of Sully's Brigade, at the battle of Whitestone Hill
Tipis; Bows (Archery); Dogs; Women; Children; Firearms;
An artist's view of the cavalry charge of General Sully's brigade at the battle of Whitestone Hill.
Whitestone Hill monument dedication, Kulm, N.D.
Crowds; Sculpture; Dedications;
A crowd of people sitting or standing on Whitestone Hill, during dedication ceremonies for the Whitestone Hill monument.
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