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1. 8th Street North, Fargo, N.D. 8th Street North, Fargo, N.D. Dwellings; Automobiles; Carts & wagons; Streets; Trees; Utility poles; Wooden buildings; On the left, a residential neighborhood is visible. Trees line the street. A car is parked on the left. Horses and wagons are at center-right. Utility poles run along the road on the left.

2. 91 year-old woman, Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, N.D. 91 year-old woman, Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, N.D. Dresses; Older people; An elderly woman wearing a dark dress and coat stands in front of a log house on the Turtle Mountain Reservation.

3. A typical scene of an Indian Village of N. Dak. A typical scene of an Indian Village of N. Dak. Tipis; Tents; Horses; Horseback riding; Rivers; Many tipis and tents are set up on a bluff, likely overlooking the Missouri River near Sanish, N.D. Native American men and women walk around or sit on horseback in the area.

4. A-wa-ni-pi family and house, Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, N.D. A-wa-ni-pi family and house, Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, N.D. Families; Dogs; Spouses; Children; Log buildings; Members of the A-wa-ni-pi family pose in front of their log house on the Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation. Most of the family members wear western dress, but the standing man wears traditional Native...

5. Aerial view of Double Ditch Indian Village site Aerial view of Double Ditch Indian Village site Holes; Mounds (Landforms); In this aerial view, ditches 1 and 2 can be seen. The depressions indicate storage pits or the foundations of earthlodges. The elevated mounds were made of both earth and trash to strengthen the defensive...

6. Aerial view of Double Ditch Indian Village site Aerial view of Double Ditch Indian Village site Rivers; Mounds (Landforms); Cliffs; An aerial view of Double Ditch State Historic Site taken from the north. The Missouri River flows below the bluff. The roads and parking area allow visitors access to the site.

7. Aerial view of Huff Indian Village site Aerial view of Huff Indian Village site Archaeological sites; Cliffs; A view of the Huff Village site from the air. The depressions left in the ground by earthlodges are still clearly visible, as are the protective ditches and palisades.

8. Assiniboine village, Fort Buford, Dakota Territory Assiniboine village, Fort Buford, Dakota Territory Stereographs; Tipis; Forts & fortifications; Children; Assinboine men, women, and children sit in front of tipis on the grounds of Fort Buford. Some of the fort buildings are partially visible in the background.

9. Baptist Church and Parsonage, Fairmount, N.D. Baptist Church and Parsonage, Fairmount, N.D. Baptist churches; Religious dwellings; Trees; Large trees shade the Baptist Church and parsonage in Fairmount, N.D.

10. Blue Thunder home, Fort Yates, N.D. Blue Thunder home, Fort Yates, N.D. Tents; Indian reservations; Blue Thunder's home is visible, along with some tents, located down the hill from the Old Fort Agency at Fort Yates.

11. Blue Thunder in front of tipi Blue Thunder in front of tipi Tipis; Carts & wagons; Blue Thunder sits for a photograph in front of a tipi. Various beaded items are visible on the ground next to him. A wagon is partially visible behind the tipi.

12. Building bridge and trail, Fort Abraham Lincoln Building bridge and trail, Fort Abraham Lincoln Bridges; Trails & paths; Dwellings; A wooden bridge and trail built by members of the Civilian Conservation Corps lead to reconstructed earthlodges also built by the corps near Fort Abraham Lincoln.

13. Burgois site map Burgois site map Maps; Rivers; Dwellings; Excavation; This early contour map reveals the locations of earthlodges within Ditch 4 at Double Ditch Indian Village, also known as the Bourgois site.

14. Carl and Christina Milde with children, Bismarck, N.D. Carl and Christina Milde with children, Bismarck, N.D. Family; Dwellings; Sidewalks; Children; Trees; Fences; The Milde family stands in front of their home. Two of the children pose in front of the fence, and two children stand in the entrance. The parents stand behind the fence. Mature trees are situated in...

15. Catholic Church and Manse, Sykeston, N.D. Catholic Church and Manse, Sykeston, N.D. Catholic churches; Churches; Wooden churches; Religious dwellings; Trees; The Catholic Church and manse in Sykeston, N.D. are located next to each other on a city street. Several small trees grow in the churchyard.

16. Chateau de Mores, Medora, N.D. Chateau de Mores, Medora, N.D. Automobiles; Dwellings; A view of the Chateau de Mores in Medora with a 1925 Chevrolet automobile parked in front of the house. Several other cars are parked on the property, and a small group of people are visible standing around....

17. Cheyenne village on Yellowstone River Cheyenne village on Yellowstone River Tipis; Meat; Food drying; Meat dries on racks outside tipis in a Cheyenne village located on the Yellowstone River. Smaller tipis used by children are also visible.

18. Civilian Conservation Corps group constructing earthlodge, Fort Abraham Lincoln, N.D. Civilian Conservation Corps group constructing earthlodge, Fort Abraham Lincoln, N.D. Dwellings; Reconstructions; Members of a Civilian Conservation Corps crew work to stand timbers that will be the frame of a reconstructed earthlodge at Fort Abraham Lincoln near Mandan, N.D.

19. Congregational Church and Parsonage, Crary, N.D. Congregational Church and Parsonage, Crary, N.D. Congregational churches; Churches; Wooden churches; Religious dwellings; Trees; Wooden sidewalks; The wooden Congregational Church and parsonage in Crary, N.D. sit next to each other on a city street. Several small trees grow alongside the wooden sidewalk.

20. Congregational Church parsonage, Cummings, N.D. Congregational Church parsonage, Cummings, N.D. Congregational churches; Churches; Horses; Religious dwellings; Carts & wagons; Front and right side of parsonage showing side of two story building with sash windows. Man holding bridle of horse pullling buggy is standing in front of house and there appears to be a woman seated in...
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