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Cow punchers at dinner
Eating & drinking; Outdoor cookery; Carts & wagons; Tents; Postcards;
Men gather for a dinner outside a tent and a wagon in a green field. One man who appears to be the cook wears a long apron. The men sit on the ground cross-legged, and many have plates in their laps.
Jack Guth with 3980 lb steer Montana, Baker, Mont.
Cattle; Cowboy hats;
Jack Guth stands with his 3980 lb steer Montana, in Baker, Montana. The steer was 6 feet tall, and had a girth of 9 feet, 2 inches.
Johnson's Nebraska Dakota Colorado & Kansas map
This map was published by Johnson and Browning 1862 shortly after Dakota Territory was organized. Alvin Johnson's map shows the boundaries of the newly organized Dakota Territory which included at that...
Map of electric and gas utilities serving North Dakota
Hydroelectric generators; Hydroelectric power; Natural gas; Gas industry; Electricity; Steam; Electric lines; Maps;
A map showing what electric and gas utilities companies serve which North Dakota, and some Montana and South Dakota towns and the type of hydro- or steam electric station that generates power for the area....
Civilian Conservation Corps documents and memoir
Forms (Documents); Assistance;
Includes a preliminary application form for Civilian Conservation Corps selection, a certificate of selection for the CCC, and a memoir written by Harold P. Leland of his time in the CCC in North Dakota...
Arthur A. Link with coal processing plant chart, Bismarck, N.D.
Governors; Flags; Charts; Press conferences; Podiums;
Governor Arthur A. Link stands next to a chart comparing tax burdens of coal processing plants in North Dakota, Wyoming, and Montana. A podium and flags are visible in the background.
Steamboat Montana wrecked
Wrecked cabin of the steamboat Montana. At least six men are on the Montana. Others are on the ground in front of the steamboat.
Gymnasium, State Training School, Mandan, N.D.
Gymnasiums; Reformatories; Photographic postcards;
A very large gymnasium. Grass is in the foreground.
Steamer Montana wrecked by tornado at Bismarck landing, Dakota Territory
Wrecked cabin of the steamboat Montana. Several people are standing in front of the wreckage.
Steamboat Nellie Peck at Fort Benton, Montana
Steamboats; Rivers; Stereographs;
The steamboat Nellie Peck is moored alongside a loading dock at Fort Benton, Montana. Several people are visible on board the boat. Various goods are visible on the loading dock.
Mark Kellogg diary
Reporters; Military life; Military tactics; Military officers; Troop movements; Campaigns & battles;
The diary is composed of 37 sheets of copy paper and documents Kellogg's time reporting on the Big Horn-Yellowstone Expedition of 1876 when he accompanied George Armstrong Custer and the 7th Cavalry during...
Blanch Street, Beach, N.D.
Speculative houses; Drugstores; Streets; Carts & wagons; Carriages & coaches; Storefronts; Street lights; Postcards; Sidewalks;
A street scene looking straight down the street. Storefronts are partially visible on both sides. There are many wagons and carriages parked on the street, mostly on the right side. People are scattered...
Bird's eye view, Beach, N.D.
Snow; Streets; Water towers; Railroad freight cars; Railroad stations; Railroad tracks; Cityscape photographs; Postcards; Wooden buildings; Grain elevators; Bird's-eye views
A view from an elevated position overlooking the town. A few railroad cars and a water tower are in the foreground. The depot is on the far left. There are several grain elevators in the distance along...
Radar tower and abandoned house, east of Sidney, Mont.
Radar; Abandoned buildings;
A radar tower sits on a hill and looks down at an abandoned house east of Sidney, Montana.
Custer Trail sign, Fort Abraham Lincoln, near Mandan, N.D.
Signs (Notices); Military facilities; Trails & paths;
A sign made of boards and bricks identifies the route taken by George Custer and the 7th Cavalry from Fort Abraham Lincoln to the Little Big Horn River in Montana.
Snowden vertical lift railroad bridge, Snowden, Mont.
Vertical lift bridges; Railroad bridges;
Concrete counterweights are visible in this view of the Snowden vertical lift railroad bridge across the Missouri River at Snowden, Montana. The road is visible in the foreground.
Little Bighorn Battlefield, Montana
Battlefields; Monuments & memorials; Trails & paths;
People walk on a path across the Little Bighorn Battlefield in Montana. White markers are visible in the grass.
Markers on Custer Hill, Little Bighorn Battlefield, Montana
Galleries & museums; Battlefields; Monuments & memorials;
White stones mark where members of the 7th Cavalry first fell on the Little Bighorn Battlefield. The markers are enclosed by a fence. Several people look at the markers from outside of the fence. The visitors...
Gene Autry with Leo J. Cremer
Cowboys; Cowboy hats; Portrait photographs;
Gene Autry poses for a photograph with Montana rancher and rodeo organizer Leo J. Cremer.
Monsons at convergence of North Dakota, Montana and Saskatchewan
Boundaries; Families; Automobiles;
Members of the Monson family pose with the marker where the borders of North Dakota, Montana, and Saskatchewan meet. A car is parked in the background.
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