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1. Barn, Bagg Bonanza Farm, near Mooreton, N.D. Barn, Bagg Bonanza Farm, near Mooreton, N.D. Abandoned buildings; Barns; A barn at the Bagg Bonanza far has partially collapsed.

2. Barn and homemade drag line, Bagg Bonanza Farm, near Mooreton, N.D. Barn and homemade drag line, Bagg Bonanza Farm, near Mooreton, N.D. Abandoned buildings; Barns; Excavation; A barn on the Bagg Bonanza Farm has partially collapsed. A homemade drag line excavator sits in the foreground.

3. Log building, front view, Fort Ransom, N.D. Log building, front view, Fort Ransom, N.D. Abandoned buildings; Forts & fortifications; Meadows; Military facilities; Historic sites; Rectangular log structure with windows on both sides of the door. The building sits in an open field.

4. Norman Kittson Trading Post, Walhalla N.D. Norman Kittson Trading Post, Walhalla N.D. Abandoned buildings; Fur trade; Frontier & pioneer life; Pioneers; Trading posts; Ruins of the Norman Kittson trading post. The roof has collapsed and the building lists to the left. An unidentified woman stands in front of the building.

5. Norman Kittson Trading Post at Walhalla after 1843 Norman Kittson Trading Post at Walhalla after 1843 Abandoned buildings; Fur trade; Frontier & pioneer life; Pioneers; Trading posts; Norman Kittson's trading post viewed from the front. The door and window are no longer present and the chimney is visible. Trees are in the background to the right.

6. Granary, Bagg Bonanza Farm, near Mooreton, N.D. Granary, Bagg Bonanza Farm, near Mooreton, N.D. Abandoned buildings; Granaries; Agricultural facilities; The doors are open to the abandoned granary on the Bagg Bonanza Farm near Mooreton, N.D. Another unidentified building sits nearby.

7. Antoine Gingras home, Walhalla, N.D. Antoine Gingras home, Walhalla, N.D. Abandoned buildings; Houses; Wooden buildings; Barrels; Ladders; Trees; Historic sites; View of the Gingras home. A long wooden structure with a chimney at the near end. A ladder is propped up into the loft on the end of the building. Trees are to the left and behind the house. A barrel sits...

8. Aerial view of Menoken Indian Village site Aerial view of Menoken Indian Village site Aerial photographs; Excavation; Cliffs; This aerial view of Menoken Village shows the outline of the palisade and ditch with the four bastions. The location of the village on the banks of Apple Creek was strategically smart. Modern day farmers...

9. Medicine Lodge, Menoken Indian Village Site, Menoken, N.D. Medicine Lodge, Menoken Indian Village Site, Menoken, N.D. Antiquities; Archaeological sites; Archaeology; A depression in the ground indicates a building once stood on this site at the Menoken Indian Village near Bismarck, N.D.

10. Looking over Fort Abraham Lincoln site from the southeast Looking over Fort Abraham Lincoln site from the southeast Archaeological sites; From ground level showing Fort Abraham Lincoln site from southeast showing banks and hilly areas. Steinbrueck's shadow is visible in foreground.

11. Cross cut of Northern mound, Double Ditch site Cross cut of Northern mound, Double Ditch site Archaeological sites; Archaeology; Charred corn cobs are visible in this cross cut of a mound at the Double Ditch site.

12. Cross cut of northern outer earthwork at Double Ditch site Cross cut of northern outer earthwork at Double Ditch site Archaeological sites; Archaeology; An excavation into one of the earthworks at the Double Ditch site shows artifacts and other items buried in the soil.

13. Archaeological dig, Fort Union, N.D. Archaeological dig, Fort Union, N.D. Archaeological sites; Archaeology; Wheelbarrows; Forts & fortifications; Wheelbarrows are stacked at center at an archaeological dig at Fort Union National Historic Site. People look on from the edges of the dig. Walls or foundations have been partially exposed at the dig site....

14. 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.

15. Earth lodge excavation at Chief Looking's Village site, Bismarck, N.D. Earth lodge excavation at Chief Looking's Village site, Bismarck, N.D. Archaeological sites; Excavation; Items protrude from the ground at the site of an earthlodge excavation at Chief Looking's Village site, also known as the Ward Earth Lodge Village in Bismarck, N.D.

16. Earthlodge depressions, Fort Abraham Lincoln Earthlodge depressions, Fort Abraham Lincoln Archaeological sites; Rivers; Flat area in mid-ground shows depressions, locations of former lodges. The Missouri River is visible in the background. The Civilian Conservation Corps would later reconstruct earthlodges on the nearby...

17. Looking over Fort Abraham Lincoln site from hilltop Looking over Fort Abraham Lincoln site from hilltop Archaeological sites; Rivers; Hills; Depressed areas in mid-ground area are visible and Missouri River visible in background.

18. On-A-Slant Village from the northwest, Fort Abraham Lincoln On-A-Slant Village from the northwest, Fort Abraham Lincoln Archaeological sites; Rivers; Sandbars; A view showing earthlodge circles, ravine to the northeast and sandbars in the Missouri River.

19. E.R. Steinbrueck's camp at northwest corner of Fort Abraham Lincoln E.R. Steinbrueck's camp at northwest corner of Fort Abraham Lincoln Archaeological sites; Tents; Carts & wagons; Tent and lean-to attached to a wagon at base of hill visible. Camp on the NW corner of Fort Lincoln Indian Village site.

20. Protective ditch, Menoken Indian Village Site, Menoken, N.D. Protective ditch, Menoken Indian Village Site, Menoken, N.D. Archaeology; Archaeological sites; A woman stands in the protective ditch on the Menoken Indian Village Site.
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