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Signa Hermanson Larsen and Olga Christensen in front of cook car, Burke County, N.D.
Signa Hermanson Larsen and Olga Christensen stand in front of a cook car in a field in Burke County. A barn is partially visible in the background. Signa holds a covered dish and Olga holds a pitcher.
Signa Hermanson Larsen peeling potatoes for cooking, Burke County, N.D.
Cookery; Cooks; Potatoes; Barns;
Signa Hermanson Larsen peels potatoes on the steps of a cook car on a farm in Burke County. A barn and mattress springs are visible behind her. A large box with Cracker Jacks written on it is visible in...
Signa Hermanson Larsen and Olga Christensen with cook car, Burke County, N.D.
Cookery; Horses; Dogs;
Signa Hermanson Larsen, Olga Christensen and an unidentified man stand with a cook car hitched to a team of horses in Burke County. A dog also stands near the cook car.
Signa Hermanson Larsen and Mildred Christenson seated next to cook car, Burke County, N.D.
Cookery; Cooks; Aprons;
Signa Hermanson Larsen and Mildred Christenson sit on the ground next to a cook car parked in a Burke County field. Both girls wear aprons.
Women sitting in tepee with Native American women cooking meat in kettle, Mandan Street Fair
Cookery; Kettles; Eating & drinking; Children; Tipis; Fairs;
Two women wearing hats watch Native American women cook meat in a kettle during the Mandan Street Fair. One of the Native American women holds a child on her lap.
Wilmot P. Sanford diary extracts
Eating & drinking; Soldiers; Vegetables; Cookery; Potatoes; Cabbage; Pork; Military rations; Cattle; Forts & fortifications; Eggs; Apples; Gardens; Gardening;
By the time of Sanford’s service, the Army was providing more nutritious food for soldiers. His notes about meals indicate that vegetables (usually potatoes and onions) and fruits (plum duff and apples)...
Howard Eaton and group eating at Gibbon Meadows, Yellowstone National Park, Mont.
National parks & reserves; Cookery; Eating & drinking; Meadows;
Howard Eaton stands and looks at the camera while other men sit on the ground and others cook over a small fire in Gibbon Meadows in Yellowstone National Park.
Seasoning the grub at Gibbon Meadows, Yellowstone National Park, Mont.
Cookery; National parks & reserves; Eating & drinking;
A man adds seasonings to a dish cooking over a small fire in Gibbon Meadows in Yellowstone National Park. Several other men relax on the ground behind him.
8th Cavalry Christmas Dinner
Parties; Eating & drinking; Dinner parties; Table settings & decorations; Festive decorations; Christmas decorations;
Members and family of the 8th Cavalry meet for a Christmas Dinner in Fort Yates. Women, men, and children are visible. Decorations hang from the ceiling, and the tables are set for a large meal. Signs...
Nelse cooking on camp stove, Fort Yates, N.D.
Cookery; Eating & drinking; Stoves;
A man identified only as Nelse adds wood to a fire inside a camp stove near Fort Yates. Two pots and a kettle sit on top of the stove. Two other men are visible in the background.
Man and chuckwagon, Slope County, N.D.
Chuck wagons; Carts & wagons; Cookery;
A man stands with a chuckwagon in an open field in Slope County, N.D. Pots sit on top of a small stove, and bags and boxes are visible on the wagon and on the ground.
Young men cooking inside a shack, Fargo, N.D.
Eating & drinking; Cookery; Rifles; Tables;
Two young men cook a dinner over a small stove inside a shack in Fargo. A rifle is balanced agains the wall behind one of the men. A tablecloth covers a table, and a water container is also visible.
Eating & drinking; Cowboys; Fires; Cookery;
A cowboy toasts a piece of bread over an open fire. Several other pots and kettles sit on the fire as well.
Pot rest at Huff Indian Village site
Cookery; Cooking utensils; Excavation; Archaeological sites;
A round bottomed pot would be set to rest on a coil of grasses such as this to keep it from tipping over.
Miss Anna Olson and her assistant in front of cook car
Cookery; Cooks; Barrels; Croplands; Farming; Chuck wagons;
Anna Olson and another woman stand in front of a cook car in an open field. A barrel sits on the raised deck of the car.
Cowboy camp in Badlands, N.D.
Cowboys; Cowboy hats; Horses; Tents; Outdoor cookery; Camping; Campfires; Postcards;
A group of cowboys and their horses pause during a meal in their camp in the Badlands of North Dakota. One man pours a drink from a large tin coffee pot while others smoke, eat, or lean on shovels. Tents...
Barbecue to celebrate the coming of the railroads
Barbecues; Tents; Cookery; Cooks; Knives;
A man wears an apron and stands holding a large carving knife next to a table with a large roast piece of meat resting on it. Tents are set up in the background, with many others waiting to eat. The men...
Three children having a picnic, Walsh County, N.D.
Children; Boys; Girls; Cookery; Picnics; Carts & wagons;
Three children, two boys and a girl, cook a meal outside. The two girls prepare something on a pot resting on a stool, while the boy sits with a steaming kettle in a wagon. Long grasses grow nearby, and...
Women outside chuck wagon, Walsh County, N.D.
Chuck wagons; Cookery; Eating & drinking;
Two unidentified women pose outside a chuck wagon, located somewhere in Walsh County. Cooking utensils sit on a barrel nearby. Items of clothing hang from a nearby tree as well as the wagon.
Man and two women outside chuck wagon, Walsh County, N.D.
Chuck wagons; Cookery;
An unidentified man and two women stand outside a cook car, likely located in Walsh County, N.D. Steps lead up into the cook car.
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