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1. Mrs. James McLaughlin portrait Mrs. James McLaughlin portrait Spouses; Women; Earrings; Lace; Collars; Mrs. James McLaughlin's (formerly Marie Louise Buisson) portrait taken at the time of her wedding. She wears a dark color dress with a lace collar. A brooch is visible on the collar, as are earring in...

2. Louis A. Von Hoffmann portrait Louis A. Von Hoffmann portrait Suits (Clothing); Portrait photographs; Louis A. Von Hoffmann wears a dark suit and poses for a formal portrait.

3. Brewery at Fort Abercrombie Brewery at Fort Abercrombie Brewing industry; Forts & fortifications; Log buildings; Six men stand and sit outside a low log building containing a brewery at Fort Abercrombie. One man holds large pots in each of his hands, and the other man appear to be holding other pieces of equipment....

4. Early ladies of Fort Abercrombie Early ladies of Fort Abercrombie Forts & fortifications; Children; Soldiers; Military facilities; Four women, five men, and a little girl stand in front of a brick building, possibly at Fort Sisseton. The women are from Fort Abercrombie.

5. George Armstrong Custer in entrance of tent, Fort Dodge, Kansas George Armstrong Custer in entrance of tent, Fort Dodge, Kansas Tents; Dogs; Pelicans; Flags; Horses; George Custer stands in the entrance of a tent holding a rifle. Three dogs are tied outside the tent, and a pelican sits in the grass next to a flagpole. Other tents and horses are visible in the background....

6. Elizabeth Custer portrait Elizabeth Custer portrait Necklaces; Lace; Portrait photographs; Ellizabeth Custer sits for a formal portrait. She wears a dress edged with lace, and a large bow near the bust. She wears a beaded choker style necklace.

7. Henry H. Sibley portrait Henry H. Sibley portrait Soldiers; Portrait photographs; Mustaches; Henry H. Sibley sits posed for a portrait wearing his military uniform.

8. James and Louise McLaughlin portrait James and Louise McLaughlin portrait Spouses; Portrait photographs; Suits (Clothing); Dresses; Indian agents; James McLaughlin and his wife Louise pose for a formal portrait together. James wears a dark suit and tie, and Louise wears a checked dress.

9. Henry H. Sibley portrait Henry H. Sibley portrait Soldiers; Military uniforms; Engravings; Henry H. Sibley poses for a formal portrait wearing his military uniform.

10. Rocky Point near Minnewaukan, Dakota Territory Rocky Point near Minnewaukan, Dakota Territory Stereographs; Lakes & ponds; Ruts; A view of rocks at the edge of Lake Minnewauken, Dakota Territory. Deep ruts from wagon wheels stretch into the distance towards the water.

11. Officers quarters, Fort Totten, Dakota Territory Officers quarters, Fort Totten, Dakota Territory Stereographs; Forts & fortifications; Military uniforms; Soldiers; Officers' quarters; Men stand in front of the Officers quarters at Fort Totten. Two of the windows in the buildings have awnings over them.

12. Unidentified steamers tied to bank Unidentified steamers tied to bank Stereographs; Steamboats; Rivers; Flags; Trees; Several unidentified steamboats are tied to a riverbank. Flags and trees decorate the decks of the closest boat, and many people stand on the decks.

13. Commanding Officer's quarters, Fort Totten, Dakota Territory Commanding Officer's quarters, Fort Totten, Dakota Territory Stereographs; Forts & fortifications; Fences; Military uniforms; Several men and women stand outside the commanding officer's quaters at Fort Totten. A white picket fence separates the building from the parade grounds.

14. Red River carts and group of Sioux Indians Red River carts and group of Sioux Indians Stereographs; Carts & wagons; Sioux Indians stand in front of Red River carts. A small collection of wooden buildings are visible in the distance.

15. Carriage road to Fort Totten, Dakota Territory Carriage road to Fort Totten, Dakota Territory Stereographs; Coastlines; Trees; Rocks; Ruts; Roads; Deep ruts from carriages lead they way along Devils Lake to Fort Totten, Dakota Territory. Large rocks and trees line the shoreline.

16. Evening Star discharging cargo at Yankton, Dakota Territory Evening Star discharging cargo at Yankton, Dakota Territory Stereographs; Steamboats; Rivers; Shipping; The steamboat Evening Star stops at Yankton, Dakota Territory to offload cargo. Many sacks are visible on the deck.

17. Salon of Ida Reese Salon of Ida Reese Steamboats; Chairs; Children; Stereographs; Men, women, and children sit in the salon of the steamboat Ida Reese. Chairs have been set up against the outer walls of the salon. A lectern or small table with a handbell on top of it has been set up...

18. Dining on the Ida Reese Dining on the Ida Reese Steamboats; Eating & drinking; Dining rooms; Dining tables; Stereographs; Men sit down to eat a meal on the steamboat Ida Reese. The tables are laid with many dishes. Lamps hang from the ceiling.

19. Fort Totten Bay from Dales Gulch, Dakota Territory Fort Totten Bay from Dales Gulch, Dakota Territory Stereographs; Bays (Bodies of water); Canyons; A view of Fort Totten Bay from Dales Gulch. Steep slopes lead down to the water.

20. Hospital, Fort Totten, Dakota Territory Hospital, Fort Totten, Dakota Territory Stereographs; Hospitals; Forts & fortifications; Military hospitals; A view of the hospital building at Fort Totten, Dakota Territory. A stone wall is visible at the end of the building.
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