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1. Regis de Trobriand diary excerpt Regis de Trobriand diary excerpt Forts & fortifications; Grasshoppers; Eating & drinking; Soldiers; Diseases; Cows; Milk; Meat; Pork; Fish; Onions; Garlic; Snow; Winter; Steamboats; Vinegar industry; General Philippe Regis de Trobriand came to Fort Stevenson in 1867. His troops built the post, barely completing the necessary buildings before the extremely harsh and early winter began. Trobriand’s...

2. Woman standing in a partially completed stone shelter, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, N.D. Woman standing in a partially completed stone shelter, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, N.D. Shelters; Parks; A woman stands in the entryway to a stone and wooden shelter in Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Other people are visible on the other side of the shelter. The shelter is partially completed, as building...

3. Civilian Conservation Corps members constructing a stone shelter, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, N.D. Civilian Conservation Corps members constructing a stone shelter, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, N.D. Stone buildings; Shelters; Laborers; Men from a Civilian Conservation Corps crew pause for a photograph during the construction of a stone shelter built into a hillside at Theodore Roosevelt National Park. All of the men wear work clothes,...

4. Women and children in a shelter, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, N.D. Women and children in a shelter, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, N.D. Shelters; Parks; Children; Women and children stand in a nearly completed stone and wooden shelter on the grounds of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Building materials are still visible on the roof.

5. Lula Norberg, Bernice Ulmer, and Roy Norberg in stone shelter, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, N.D. Lula Norberg, Bernice Ulmer, and Roy Norberg in stone shelter, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, N.D. Shelters; Stone buildings; Spouses; Parks; Lula Norberg, Bernice Ulmer, and Lula's husband Roy sit at a picnic table in a stone shelter in Theodore Roosevelt National Park.

6. Civilian Conservation Corps members constructing a stone shelter, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, N.D. Civilian Conservation Corps members constructing a stone shelter, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, N.D. Stone buildings; Shelters; Laborers; Men from a Civilian Conservation Corps crew peek over a wall and through a doorway of a stone shelter they are building into a hillside in Theodore Roosevelt National Park.

7. Mike Hoyt standing in doorway of a shelter, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, N.D. Mike Hoyt standing in doorway of a shelter, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, N.D. Shelters; Log buildings; Mike Hoyt stands in the doorway of a rough shelter made of logs, dirt, grass, and brush, somewhere in Theodore Roosevelt National Park.

8. Cast iron shelter, Montzeville, France Cast iron shelter, Montzeville, France Camouflage (Military science); Air raid shelters; Soldiers; Military uniforms; A man in a military uniform stands in front of a camouflaged cast iron shelter in Montzeville, France.

9. Man and woman in fallout shelter pantry, Bismarck, N.D. Man and woman in fallout shelter pantry, Bismarck, N.D. Fallout shelters; Pantries; Canned foods; Tables; Shelving; Beds; A man sits at a table covered with jars of preserved vegetables while a woman stands and reads a label on canned food. Shelves of other canned items are visible next to her. A bed is visible in the background....

10. Florence Crittenton home, Fargo, N.D. Florence Crittenton home, Fargo, N.D. Wooden buildings; Lawns; Trees; Sidewalks; Unmarried mothers; Women's shelters; A white, wood constructed house stands on the left while a flat-roofed stone building stands on the right. There are lawns and trees in the foreground. A sidewalk runs in front of both buildings.
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