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80 ton crane on barge to be taken across river for building Four Bears Bridge, New Town, N.D.
Hoisting machinery; Barges; Bridges; Construction; Rivers;
Several men stand or sit on a barge with an 80 ton crane from the Massman Construction Co. and Kansas City Bridge Co. that is being positioned for work on the Four Bears Bridge near New Town, N.D.
80 ton crane on barge to be taken across river for building new bridge across Missouri River at New Town, N.D.
Barges; Hoisting machinery; Rivers; Bridges; Construction;
An 80 ton crane floats on a barge in the Missouri River as it is moved into place to work on the Four Bears Bridge located at New Town.
A map of the continent of North America : between the 35th and 51st degrees of North latitude and extending from 89 degrees of West longitude to the Pacific Ocean
Maps; Discovery & exploration; Explorers;
A tracing copy of the original map forwarded by Meriwether Lewis to President Thomas Jefferson from Fort Mandan on April 7th 1805.
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.
Abner O'Neal at landing, Mandan, N.D.
Logs; Building materials; Horses; Carts & wagons; Steamboats; Postcards; Mooring; Piers & wharves; Waterfronts;
A steamboat moored on a wooded shoreline. A horse and wagon is transporting materials just left of center. Workers are following the wagon. In the foreground there are two piles of logs.
Access bridge under construction at Garrison Dam site
Dams; Construction; Bridges; Roads;
A bridge and road to give access to the Garrison Dam site are under construction in this photograph.
Across the Missouri River by rail, Bismarck, Dakota Territory
Railroad construction & maintenance; Railroad construction workers; Railroads;
Men are constructing a railroad track on top of the ice of the Missouri River.
Aerial view of bridge and Missouri River
Rivers; Excavation; Dams; Aerial photographs; Bridges;
A bridge crossing the Missouri River is visible in the distance. In the foreground, land is being excavated for the construction of the Garrison Dam.
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.
Aerial view of Garrison Dam construction
Rivers; Excavation; Dams; Construction; Aerial photographs
An aerial view of the area under excavation for the Garrison Dam. Many vehicles are parked in rows in the distance, and the Missouri River is also visible.
Aerial view of intake structure, Garrison Dam
Dams; Construction; Hoisting machinery; Aerial photographs;
The intake structure for the Garrison Dam is visible in this aerial view.
Aerial view of Liberty Memorial Bridge, Bismarck N.D.
An aerial view of the Liberty Memorial Bridge crossing the Missouri River between Bismarck and Mandan, N.D.
Aerial view of Liberty Memorial Bridge, Bismarck, N.D.
An aerial view of the Liberty Memorial Bridge spanning the Missouri River between Bismarck and Mandan.
Aerial view of Missouri River
Rivers; Coastlines; Aerial photographs; Clouds; Trees; Sandbars;
An aerial view of the Missouri River during the time of construction of the Garrison Dam. Trees are visible along both banks of the river, and a sandbar is visible in the middle of the river.
Aerial view of Missouri River at Garrison Dam construction site
Dams; Construction; Excavation; Rivers;
A view from an elevated area showing the excavation site of the Garrison Dam in the foreground, and the Missouri River in the background.
Aerial view of Riverdale, N.D.
Aerial photographs; Cityscape photographs; Rivers;
A town with streets in a crescent shape. The Missouri River is on the opposite side of the town. The land is very flat.
Aerial view of spring flooding, Mandan, N.D.
Floods; Aerial photographs; Rivers; Houses;
An aerial view of houses surrounded by floodwater from the Missouri River in Mandan, N.D. Buildings from the Industrial School are visible on the right.
Anne Haroldson, Arthur Olson and Marie Botnen in front of the old Sanish Bridge, Sanish, N.D.
Bridges; Rivers; Dresses; Hats;
Anne Haroldson, Arthur Olson and Marie Botnen pose together for a picture standing in front of the Verendrye Bridge crossing the Missouri River near Sanish, N.D.
Arthur Patrick Tappen on river bank watching the Missouri River ferry 'the Fawn' at Sanish, N.D.
Postcards; Ferries; Horses; Rivers;
Arthur Patrick Tappen stands on the shore of the Missouri Rive and watches the ferry The Fawn work on the river. A horse and cart are visible on the ferry.
Auto being pulled up from river bottom by tractor
Automobiles; Rivers; Tractors;
A man on a tractor works to pull a car up from the river bottom. The car has a spare tire and a gun rack attached to the side. A person sits inside the car to steer it. Another man watches from the top...
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