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Artist's studio, Fort Rice
Artists' studios; Forts & fortifications; Glassware; Bottles; Military facilities;
A man sits in a chair outside an artist's studio set up next to one of the buildings at Fort Rice. Sheets are used to drape the area, and a small table is covered with a dark cloth, and holds a bottle...
Doctor's quarters, Fort Abercrombie
Physicians; Forts & fortifications; Health care facilities; Children;
Two children sit on a bench on the porch of the doctor's quarters at Fort Abercrombie. Another building is visible in the background.
Trading post, Fort Berthold, N.D.
Trading posts; Log buildings; Horses; Women; Girls; Forts & fortifications;
Three men, two women, and a little girl pose for a picture outside the trading post at Fort Berthold. A saddled horse also stands outside the log building.
Arthur Rue holding Emmet Rue on OU Ranch near Fryburg, N.D.
Families; Farmhouses; Ranches; Flags;
Arthur Rue holds his brother Emmet Rue on the OU Ranch near Fryburg, N.D. The farmhouse is visible behind them, and two American flags hang in the window.
Charlie Geary family in potato patch, Belfield, N.D.
Potatoes; Horses; Farms; Croplands; Blacksmiths; Blacksmithing; Forge shops;
Members of the Charlie Geary family stand in their potato patch near Belfield, N.D. Two people are on horseback, and a wooden building containing Geary's blacksmith shop is visible in the distance.
View from top of windmill after blizzard on Art Ven Huizen farm, Wimbledon, N.D.
Automobiles; Snow; Winter; Farmhouses;
The view from the top of a windmill shows deep snow covering the Art Ven Huizen farm near Wimbledon, N.D. Two cars are visible in the yard, and a barn is visible in the distance.
Charlie Geary's blacksmith shop on homestead farm near Belfield, N.D.
Horses; Blacksmiths; Blacksmithing; Forge shops; Families; Infants; Children; Farms;
Charlie Geary and his family stand in front of his blacksmith shop on his farm near Belfield, N.D. Two women hold two horses.
Ada Rue and friends atop petrified stump northeast of Medora, N.D.
Girls; Horses; Petrified wood;
Ada Rue and two other girls sit atop a petrified stump in the Medora area. The girls all wear western wear, and hold on to the reins of a nearby horse.
Dr. Koch salesman John Broughton calling at Celar's homestead shack
Horses; Sales personnel; Homesteading; Carriages & coaches;
John Broughton, a salesman for Dr. Koch Vegetable Tea Company, stops to take an order at the Celar family's homestead shack. A tin of stock dip is visible on the ground, and a wooden box full of the salesman's...
Jacobsen Plow Company's outfit near Litchville, N.D.
Plows; Plowing; Croplands;
Two men from the Jacobsen Plow Company break up land near Litchville, N.D.
Neal Van Berkom homestead, Garnes Township, 5 miles northeast of Powers Lake, N.D.
Homesteading; Farms; Horses; Barns;
A house and two other buildings are visible on the Neal Van Berkom homestead in Garnes Township, near Powers Lake, N.D. Two horses are visible in the yard.
Branding on Rue's OU Ranch on Government Creek, northwest of Fryburg, N.D.
Cattle; Cattle branding; Carts & wagons; Cowboys; Ranches;
Two men hold a calf on the ground while a third man brands it on the OU Ranch near Fryburg, N.D. People watch the proceedings from a nearby cart.
Actors portraying 7th Cavalry soldiers, Fort Abraham Lincoln
Historical dramas; Actors; Actresses; Open-air theaters; Open-air theatrical productions;
Two actors portraying 7th Cavalry members engage in horseplay while a crowd of other actors dressed as soldiers or wives looks on.
Teddie Strinden's tarpaper home, Crosby, N.D.
Horses; Carriages & coaches; Homesteading; Eating & drinking;
Men stand outside Teddie Strinden's tarparper home near Crosby, N.D. A woman and two children sit in a carriage. Other horses eat hay in the yard. One of the men appears to be pouring a drink for the other...
Actors portraying George Custer and 7th Cavalry officers, Fort Abraham Lincoln
Historical dramas; Actors; Maps; Open-air theaters; Open-air theatrical productions;
An actor dressed as a 7th Cavalry officer shakes his fist at an actor portraying George Custer standing behind a desk. Another actor sits in a chair, and two other actors stand to confront Custer during...
Actors portraying the 7th Cavalry in battle, Fort Abraham Lincoln
Historical dramas; Actors; Arrows; Death; Campaigns & battles; Open-air theaters; Open-air theatrical productions;
An actor with an arrow protruding from his chest falls backward onto the ground during a production at the Custer Memorial Amphitheater. Two other actors stand by the open door of the amphitheater, looking...
James Sperry eating dinner at North Dakota Heritage Center groundbreaking ceremony, Bismarck, N.D.
Ground breaking ceremonies; Eating & drinking; Food; Children; Picnic grounds;
State Historical Society Superintendent James Sperry sits at a picnic table with a man and two children after the groundbreaking ceremony for the North Dakota Heritage Center.
Building a house in winter time
Houses; Construction; Horses; Snow; Winter;
Several people take a break from building a wooden house, likely somewhere in North Dakota. Two horses are harnessed to a wagon, while two other horses stand in the yard. Snow covers the ground and the...
Serving Governor and Mrs. Grace Link dinner at North Dakota Heritage Center groundbreaking ceremony, Bismarck, N.D.
Ground breaking ceremonies; Governors; Cookery; Covered wagons;
Governor Arthur A. Link and Grace Link stop for dinner after the groundbreaking ceremony for the North Dakota Heritage Center. A sign on the covered wagon behind the two women servers advertises Son of...
Cooking steak at North Dakota Heritage Center groundbreaking ceremony, Bismarck, N.D.
Ground breaking ceremonies; Meat; Eating & drinking; Pitchforks; Cookery;
Two men tend a pitchfork fondue pot at the groundbreaking ceremony for the North Dakota Heritage Center.
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