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1. Hubert H. Humphrey and Jean Guy with shovels at Kennedy Memorial Center groundbreaking, Bismarck, N.D. Hubert H. Humphrey and Jean Guy with shovels at Kennedy Memorial Center groundbreaking, Bismarck, N.D. Legislators; Ground breaking ceremonies; Shovels; Barricades; Monuments & memorials; Hubert H. Humphrey and Jean Guy use shovels to turn earth at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Kennedy Memorial Center in Bismarck. A crowd watches from behind barricades.

2. Construction of the Kennedy Memorial Center, Bismarck, N.D. Construction of the Kennedy Memorial Center, Bismarck, N.D. Construction; Snow; Winter; Monuments & memorials; Trucks; Men lift wooden planks to the second floor of the under construction Kennedy Memorial Center in Bismarck. Snow covers the construction site, and a Meisner & Co. General Contractors van is parked on the...

3. William L. Guy and Rolland Redlin with shovels at Kennedy Memorial Center groundbreaking, Bismarck, N.D. William L. Guy and Rolland Redlin with shovels at Kennedy Memorial Center groundbreaking, Bismarck, N.D. Legislators; Ground breaking ceremonies; Shovels; Barricades; Monuments & memorials; Governor William L. Guy and Congressman Rolland Redlin pose with shovels at the Kennedy Memorial Center groundbreaking ceremony in Bismarck. Other men, including Hubert H. Humphrey, watch from the background....

4. Jean Guy and Hubert H. Humphrey with shovels at Kennedy Memorial Center groundbreaking, Bismarck, N.D. Jean Guy and Hubert H. Humphrey with shovels at Kennedy Memorial Center groundbreaking, Bismarck, N.D. Legislators; Ground breaking ceremonies; Shovels; Barricades; Monuments & memorials; Hubert H. Humphrey throws a shovelful of dirt at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Kennedy Memorial Center in Bismarck. Jean Guy, unidentified men, and a crowd watch.

5. Roof repairs at Kennedy Memorial Center, Bismarck, N.D. Roof repairs at Kennedy Memorial Center, Bismarck, N.D. Roofs; Monuments & memorials; Dump trucks; Two men stand on the roof of the Kennedy Memorial Center in Bismarck and other stand on the ground surrounded by tar, tarpaper, and other equipment to do roof repairs on the building.

6. Kennedy Memorial Center drawing Kennedy Memorial Center drawing Monuments & memorials; Drawings; An artist's rendition of the Kennedy Memorial Center that was later built on East Divide Avenue in Bismarck, N.D.

7. The Custer Battle Field The Custer Battle Field Battlefields; Graves; Monuments & memorials; A view of the marker indicating where Custer fell, surrounded by other white markers indicating the spots where other soldiers of the 7th Cavalry died and were later buried.

8. The silent sentinels of the 'Seventh' The silent sentinels of the 'Seventh' Battlefields; Graves; Monuments & memorials; A view of some of the markers on the Little Bighorn Battlefield, including one shaped like a cross.

9. Custer Monument and battlefield Custer Monument and battlefield Battlefields; Graves; Monuments & memorials; The 7th Cavalry monument sits within a fence at the top of a hill on the Little Bighorn Battlefield. Markers on the hillside show where soldiers originally fell and were buried after the battle.

10. 7th Cavalry monument, Little Bighorn Battlefield 7th Cavalry monument, Little Bighorn Battlefield Battlefields; Graves; Monuments & memorials; The 7th Cavalry monument sits within a fence at the top of a hill on the Little Bighorn Battlefield. Markers on the hillside show where soldiers originally fell and were buried after the battle.

11. Native Americans in traditional dress at Four Bears Monument, Elbowoods, N.D. Native Americans in traditional dress at Four Bears Monument, Elbowoods, N.D. Monuments & memorials; Headdresses; Feathers; Native American men, women, and children stand in front of the Four Bears Monument at Elbowoods. The plaque on the monument reads: "In honor of Four Bears Chief of the Mandans."

12. Ann Nicole Nelson memorial, Fairview Cemetery, Stanley, N.D. Ann Nicole Nelson memorial, Fairview Cemetery, Stanley, N.D. Monuments & memorials; Cemeteries; Terrorism; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; A view of the memorial to Ann Nicole Nelson in Fairview Cemetery in Stanley, N.D. The memorial depicts the twin towers of the World Trade Center and Brooklyn Bridge. Flowers and other small items decorate...

13. Close-up view of portrait, Bjornsterne Bjornson monument, Mayville, N.D. Close-up view of portrait, Bjornsterne Bjornson monument, Mayville, N.D. Monuments & memorials; A close-up view of the portrait inset of the Bjornsterne Bjornson monument in Mayville, N.D.

14. Four Bears Bridge Monument, Elbowoods, N.D. Four Bears Bridge Monument, Elbowoods, N.D. Monuments & memorials; Dedications; Crowds; A group of people at the Four Bears Monument, a man is in front of a microphone. The hillside is full of people, most sitting on the hill, three automobiless are in the foreground, and one has a sign that...

15. Graves of Indian Police killed in Sitting Bull raid, Fort Yates, N.D. Graves of Indian Police killed in Sitting Bull raid, Fort Yates, N.D. Monuments & memorials; Graves; Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Photographic postcards; Trees; Five stone grave markers and a tall monument stone dedicated to the policemen interned below. A few trees grow in the cemetery.

16. Whitestone Hill Battlefield Historic Site dedication, Dickey County, N.D. Whitestone Hill Battlefield Historic Site dedication, Dickey County, N.D. Dedications; Monuments & memorials; Horses; Carts & wagons; Automobiles; Historic sites; Historical markers; Crowds; A dedication ceremony for a historic site. The marker is visible on top of the hill surrounded by a large crowd. Cars and horses and wagons are parked at the base of the hill.

17. Frank Fiske and Indian Police Monument, Fort Yates, N.D. Frank Fiske and Indian Police Monument, Fort Yates, N.D. Monuments & memorials; Men; Photographers; Noted photographer Frank Fiske standing next to the monument, pointing to the inscription. The inscription reads "These were killed at Grand River, Standing Rock Indian Reservation Dec. 15, 1890, in a...

18. Soldier's Monument and Walsh County Courthouse, Grafton, N.D. Soldier's Monument and Walsh County Courthouse, Grafton, N.D. Bicycles & tricycles; County government; Postcards; Towers; Columns; Monuments & memorials; A tall monument with a statue of a soldier standing atop a column with the courthouse in the background. Several people are in the park around the monument. A small girl is standing holding a bicycle in...

19. Soldiers' Monument and Walsh County Courthouse, Grafton, N.D. Soldiers' Monument and Walsh County Courthouse, Grafton, N.D. Monuments & memorials; Trees; Shrubs; County government; Columns; Postcards; Towers; A tall monument with a statue of a soldier standing atop a column with the tower of the courthouse in the background. Several people are in the park around the monument. The grounds have bushes and trees....

20. William Lee cemetery marker, Fort Buford, N.D. William Lee cemetery marker, Fort Buford, N.D. Cemeteries; Forts & fortifications; Monuments & memorials; 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...
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