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1. Unidentified farm Unidentified farm Farmhouses; Women; Buildings; Farms; Croplands; Barns; Copy print of a view of two women on the left in front of a farm house. There are other buildings also visible in the center and on the right, possibly barns or out buildings.

2. Portrait of a couple, identified as Peder and Johanna Furuseth Portrait of a couple, identified as Peder and Johanna Furuseth Men; Women; Portraits; Portrait photographs; People; Copy print of a portrait of a man and woman. The couple have been identified as Peder and Johanna Furuseth, and the photograph was likely taken in Gully, Minnesota. The Furuseths were from Thief Rivers...

3. Portrait of J.E. Pasonault, N.D. Portrait of J.E. Pasonault, N.D. Men; People; Portraits; Portrait photographs; Suits (Clothing); Neckties; Portrait of a man, J.E. Pasonault, wearing a suit and bowtie.

4. Artists sketch of Little Muddy in 1887, N.D. Artists sketch of Little Muddy in 1887, N.D. Tents; Pioneers; Frontier & pioneer life; Sketches; People; Sketch of Little Muddy in 1887. "One hundred years afo, Little Muddy, the predecessor of Williston was a rip roaring, hell raising, boom-town. That was the way it was in 1887, the year the St. Paul, Minneapolis...

5. William E. (Bill) Shemorry with cat William E. (Bill) Shemorry with cat Boys; Children; Cats; Chairs; A young William E. (Bill) Shemorry pets a cat on a chair for a portrait.

6. Unidentified man with dog portrait Unidentified man with dog portrait Men; Dogs; Portraits; Suits (Clothing); Neckties; An unidentified man poses for a portrait with his dog.

7. Unidentified infant portrait Unidentified infant portrait Infants; Chairs; Blankets; Portraits; An infant sits on a blanket in a chair for a portrait.

8. Unidentified couple portrait Unidentified couple portrait Men; Women; Neckties; Couples; Frontier & pioneer life; Pioneers; Homesteading; An unidentified couple poses for a portrait.

9. Unidentified children portrait Unidentified children portrait Portraits; Families; Boys; Girls; Neckties; Dresses; Photographic studios; A young boy poses with his little sister inside a photograph studio. Unfortunately, neither child has been identified.

10. River Ferry near Williston, N.D. River Ferry near Williston, N.D. Ferries; Rivers; Waterfronts; Horseback riding; Horses; Men; Women; Two people on horseback on the shore look back at the men and animals on the river ferry at the waterfront near Williston.

11. River Ferry near Williston, N.D. River Ferry near Williston, N.D. Ferries; Rivers; Waterfronts; Men; Women; Several people can be seen on a river ferry near the shore on the icy Missouri River.

12. Baker's Ferry near Williston N.D. Baker's Ferry near Williston N.D. Ferries; Rivers; Waterfronts; Men; Horses; Carts & wagons; This sketch of Baker's Ferry on the Missouri River in Williston pictures a man standing on the shore as horses and men pile onto the ferry.

13. Williston, N.D. Williston, N.D. Pioneers; Frontier & pioneer life; Homesteading; Cityscapes; City & town halls; Houses; Log buildings; Log cabins; Fences; Churches; The Zahl residence in Williston appears lower left in this early image of the town. Doc Zahl lived here in the 1890s when he operated a butcher shop, sold horses and was county treasurer for a term.

14. Wild Cow Railroad, the Gassman railroad trestle, McKenzie County, N.D. Wild Cow Railroad, the Gassman railroad trestle, McKenzie County, N.D. Railroad bridges; Railroad cars; Railroad crossings; Railroad locomotives; Railroads; Trestles; The Gassman trestle looked like this before the storm. A locomotive is crossing the second largest timber trestle at the time, which was destroyed as the result of a cyclone on August 13, 1898.

15. Greengard Bros. float in parade, Williston, N.D. Greengard Bros. float in parade, Williston, N.D. Parades & processions; Floats (Parades); Horses; Flags; Advertisements; A view of a horse-drawn float for Greengard Bros. clothing store.

16. Birds-Eye View of Cando, N.D. Birds-Eye View of Cando, N.D. Cities; Meadows; Schools; Houses; Buildings; Croplands; Cityscape photographs; View of the city of Cando from west of town.

17. Early street scene, North Dakota Early street scene, North Dakota Stables; Horse boarding & training facilities; Buildings; Snow; Horses; A view of several businesses in an early town or township. The building on the right is a livery and stable. Next to that is an unidentified business with "Phonix" or "Phenix" on the sign. Between the...

18. Congregational Church, Mrs. A. H. Nelson portrait Congregational Church, Mrs. A. H. Nelson portrait Clergy; Women; Portraits; The Nelsons arrived in Willison in December 1891. Rev. A. H. Nelson was the Congregational Church's first resident minister.

19. Congregational Church, Rev. A. H. Nelson portrait Congregational Church, Rev. A. H. Nelson portrait Clergy; Men; Portraits; The Nelsons arrived in Willison in December 1891. Rev. A. H. Nelson was the Congregational Church's first resident minister.

20. Congregational Church, First parsonage,Williston, N.D. Congregational Church, First parsonage,Williston, N.D. Religious dwellings; Log buildings; It was during 1893 the first parsonage was built. This was a log structure with two rooms. But it was better than most others because it had a shingled roof.
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