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Knife River Station, Mercer County, N.D.
Business & Industry;
This photograph features the Knife River Station in Mercer County, N.D. The building is still in construction as indicated by the building material located on the ground near the brick station. The station...
Glance the mule and Elmer Bates, Mercer County, N.D.
This photograph features Elmer Bates with Glance the mule. Behind them a fence, electric lines, a building, and hills are visible.
Lucky Strike Mine, Zap, N.D.
People; Work Life; Mining
Several workers mine workers stand at center near a large wooden structure. The structure is built into the side of the hill. At left a man on a horse can be seen. In the background, hills are visible....
Drilling for oil on Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, N.D.
Environment; Work Life; Business & Industry
This oil well takes the focus of the photograph. It extends vertically into the sky. Smoke or dust seem to be moving away from the well to the right. Hills as well as trees are visible too.
Diary of William Cuningham
Agriculture; Rural views; Social Life & Customs;
A twenty-one page diary of William Cuningham's travels from Boston, MA to various locations in Pembina County during the summer and fall of 1914.
Ice jam on Painted Woods Creek
Large ice chunks take the focus of this photograph. At left, the side of the bridge is visible. In the background, a person as well as small hills can be seen.
Balanced Rock, Washburn, N.D.
People; Landmarks; Environment;
Elba Garside and Guy Roe stand on Balanced Rock near Washburn, N.D. It is an interestingly shaped geological site. The square shaped rock appears to be balanced on a hillside.
The Carnival of Drills in the Opera House, Jamestown, N.D.
A view looking at the stage of the Opera House in Jamestown, N.D. during the Carnival of Drills. On stage in a semi circle are 21 girls in dresses as fairies, and four boys are in front as brownies. The...
Merle Clark and Rob Brooks interview
Archeology; Historic sites; Military; People; Indians of North America;
An interview with Merle Clark and Rob Brooks for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Merle and Rob discuss the different trails that go through the Bowman County area, such...
Peg Ahlness interview
People; Ethnic; Indians of North America
An interview with Peg Ahlness for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Peg talks about the Native American history in the area. They discuss Native American culture in the...
Lawrence Brown and Mary Jacobi interview
City & Town Life; People; Social Life & Customs; Women;
An interview with Lawrence Brown and Mary Jacobi for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Mary and Lawrence discuss their family history, the history of Ludlow, North Dakota...
Selma Gunderson and Lawrence Brown interview
People; City & Town Life; Social Life & Customs; Pioneer era
An interview with Selma Gunderson and Lawrence Brown for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Selma talks about her family history, her parent's homestead with a sod barn,...
Northern Pacific Bridge over Missouri River near Mandan, N.D.
This photograph shows a view of the bridge crossing the Missouri River. The bridge is constructed from steel and the railroad tracks run through the center of the photograph. A hill is seen in the background....
Enderlin Baseball team at Black Hills tour, Pierre, S.D.
People; Sports & Recreation; Portraits;
Members of the Enderlin Baseball team pose for a photograph on a baseball diamond in Pierre, South Dakota after the Black Hills Baseball tour. They are wearing baseball uniforms and arranged in two rows...
Bismarck Junior College students skiing, Huff, N.D.
Colleges and universities; Entertainment; Sports & Recreation; People;
Students from Bismarck Junior College skiing at Twilight Hills, near Huff, North Dakota during the Frost Festival. The students are dressed in winter clothes with hats, or earmuffs, and gloves. All of...
Indian burial ground
Cemeteries and graves; Indians of North America;
A wooden box is in the left foreground. The landscape has Native American scaffold burials. A few have dark rectangle bundles on top of wooden scaffolds, and some are just the wooden scaffold.
Moving the bison statue, Billings County, N.D.
This photograph features a large buffalo statue being moved. Behind the statue, a truck that is hoisting up the statue is in sight. A man assists in the process. At right, another automobile can be seen....
Suicide Hill, North Dakota Badlands
View of badlands in Billings County, N.D. Two wagons are visible on the road that stretches through the picture. Notice the horses running below the road with a cowboy behind them.
Basin Lister, Billings County, N.D.
This photograph features the basin lister. It is shown here out in a field. A man overlooks the piece of machinery. He wears a dark colored suit and a hat. In the background, hills are visible.
The Commerce, Manufactures, and Progress of Valley City, Dakota
Business & Industry; Pioneer Era; People; City & Town Life; Communication;
Fifty two page booklet on the commerce, manufactures, and progress of Valley City, Dakota Territory.
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