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William Lee cemetery marker, Fort Buford, N.D.
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The grave marker for William Lee at Fort Buford, N.D. reads he was killed by Indians in September 1868. Other visible graves in the background include two sons of Rushing Bear, and Going Eagle, a Mandan...
Private Norman Bartholomew cemetery marker, Fort Buford, N.D.
Monuments & memorials; Cemeteries; Forts & fortifications; Intoxication;
The grave marker of Pvt. Norman Bartholomew who died of inebriation at Fort Buford, N.D. in 1871. The shadow of the photographer is visible in the photograph.
Daughter of Bloody Knife cemetery marker, Fort Buford, N.D.
Cemeteries; Forts & fortifications; Monuments & memorials; Shadows; Families;
A white marker stands on the grave of Bloody Knife's daughter at Fort Buford, N.D. A notation says she died of disease on December 28, 1870. The grave of an unknown soldier and Pvt. Jeremiah Burrows, shot...
Cemetery Fort Buford, N.D.
Cemeteries; Graves; Forts & fortifications; Military facilities;
White stones mark the burial places of soldiers at the Fort Buford cemetery.
Commandant's residence, Fort Buford, N.D.
Officers' quarters; Magazines (Military buildings); Forts & fortifications; Military facilities;
The commandant's residence at Fort Buford is viewed from the road. The powder magazine (distant stone building) and other wooden buildings are also visible on the site.
Ammunition magazine, Fort Buford, N.D.
Magazines (Military buildings); Forts & fortifications; Military facilities;
A small stone structure serves as the ammunition magazine at Fort Buford. Dry grass surrounds the building.
Looking northwest over Fort Buford, North Dakota
Forts & fortifications; Barracks; Military facilities; Croplands; Historic buildings;
View of the fort from an elevated position. A row of officers' quarters is visible on the near side. There is a large parade ground at right center. The left foreground shows planted fields.
Front view of non-commissioned officers' quarters, Fort Buford, N.D.
Barracks; Chimneys; Wooden buildings; Military facilities; Forts & fortifications; Historic sites;
A view of a long wooden building with stone foundation. The foundation is collapsing on the left. Three chimneys are visible. Grass is in the foreground.
Non-commissioned officers' quarters, side view, Fort Buford, N.D.
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Side and back view of a wooden building. Four chimneys are visible. Part of an unidentified individual is at the extreme right. The structure has a noticable list to the right.
Non-commissioned officers' quarters, Fort Buford, N.D.
Forts & fortifications; Military facilities; Chimneys; Trailers; Wooden buildings; Barracks; Historic sites;
A wooden building with steps leading up to the front door is visible. The building has three chimneys. There is a collapsing stone foundation below the wooden frame. A modern camping trailer site in the...
Cemetery with town in background, Fort Buford, N.D.
Cityscapes; Fences; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Meadows;
Two headstones stand within a white picket fenced enclosure. A town is visible across the field.
View from military cemetery toward Fort Buford, N.D.
Meadows; Fences; Cemeteries; Cityscapes;
View showing the fence at the edge of the cemetery, with the town across a large field.
Old powder magazine with modern community in background, Fort Buford, N.D.
Magazines (Military buildings); Meadows; Stone buildings;
A rectangular stone storage building with steep roof sits surrounded by a field. A town is visible in the far background.
Old powder magazine, Fort Buford, N.D.
Forts & fortifications; Military facilities; Magazines (Military buildings); Meadows; Grasses;
A stone storage building stands alone surrounded by ungroomed grass. A dirt path runs along the right side.
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