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1. Mandan Texts Mandan Texts Literature; Creation; 22 Mandan Indian stories recorded, transcribed, and translated by Robert C. Hollow. The following stories are available: First Creator and Lone Man Argue; First Creator and Lone Man Make the Land; The...

2. Cow punchers at dinner Cow punchers at dinner Eating & drinking; Outdoor cookery; Carts & wagons; Tents; Postcards; Men gather for a dinner outside a tent and a wagon in a green field. One man who appears to be the cook wears a long apron. The men sit on the ground cross-legged, and many have plates in their laps.

3. 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...

4. The start, old timers race, McLaughlin Fair, S.D. The start, old timers race, McLaughlin Fair, S.D. Racetracks (Horse racing); Horse racing; Cowboys; Towers; Fences; Fairs; Four men on horseback race on a dirt track while four men in an observation tower watch from above.

5. Catholic Nun with boys in garden, Fort Yates, N.D. Catholic Nun with boys in garden, Fort Yates, N.D. Gardening; Boys; Nuns; A Benedictine nun and schoolboys work in the garden at Fort Yates. Benedictine nuns arrived in 1878 to start a boarding school at Fort Yates for older girls and young boys.

6. Soldiers lowering their bayoneted guns to start moving protestors out of Zap, N.D. Soldiers lowering their bayoneted guns to start moving protestors out of Zap, N.D. Militias; Soldiers; Festivals; Riots & demonstrations; Riot control; Unidentified person in wide-brimmed hat and decorated blanket over his shoulders looking toward soldiers lowering their bayoneted guns to start moving students out of Zap.

7. Parade, New Salem, N.D. Parade, New Salem, N.D. Parades & processions; Horses; Automobiles; Drugstores; Cafes; Furniture stores; People on horseback ride down a street in New Salem, likely before the start of a rodeo. People watch from both sides of the street. A cafe, furniture store, and drug store are visible.

8. Frederic Francis Gerard's letters to his daughters Frederic Francis Gerard's letters to his daughters Fur trade; Nuns; Correspondence; Fathers; Families; Insurance; Campaigns & battles; Boarding schools; Clergy; A series of four letters written by Frederic Francis Gerard to his four daughters. Gerard talks about General Custer and the Battle of the Little Bighorn, admonishes them for their homesickness at boarding...

9. Louis Connolly letters 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.

10. Page 4 Page 4 Let Me know when you will Start dont Be in a hury as I am So busy We will have to live in town for Some time before I get a house builtYou better Stay in St Paul a while and get your clothes made Give...

11. Mark Kellogg diary Mark Kellogg diary Reporters; Military life; Military tactics; Military officers; Troop movements; Campaigns & battles; The diary is composed of 37 sheets of copy paper and documents Kellogg's time reporting on the Big Horn-Yellowstone Expedition of 1876 when he accompanied George Armstrong Custer and the 7th Cavalry during...

12. Park in Ryder, N.D. Park in Ryder, N.D. Dirt roads; Fences; Storefronts; Business districts; Grain elevators; Postcards; A view of a park surrounded by a business district. Storefronts are visible, however none of the business names are legible. Four grain elevators stand in the background.

13. W.R. Olson cranking his car next to airplane, Stanley, N.D. W.R. Olson cranking his car next to airplane, Stanley, N.D. Automobiles; Airplanes; W.R. Olson uses a crank to start his car at Stanley, N.D. Men and women stand around an airplane with the word Flip painted on it that is parked nearby.

14. A.A. Peck's homestead barn northwest of Turtle Lake, N.D. A.A. Peck's homestead barn northwest of Turtle Lake, N.D. Horses; Barns; Homesteading; A horse completely fills a barn on the homestead of A.A. Peck near Turtle Lake, N.D. The horse is harnessed and appears ready to start working.
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