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    • Agriculture; Rural views; Social Life & Customs;
    • A twenty-one page diary of William Cuningham's travels from Boston, MA to various locations in Pembina County during the summer and fall of 1914.
    • 1914
    • Military;
    • This letter was written by E. J. Henry to his wife while he served in the Civil War. The letter is handwritten on blue paper. He discusses the weather, his camp, his diet, and that he misses his family at home and wishes to be with them. ...
    • 1862-08-12
    • People; City & Town Life;
    • L. F. Temme, long time resident of Beulah, N.D. is interviewed about his life. Details about fighting in World War I, his office, his occupation, and when he arrived in Mercer County were discussed in the interview. Temme talked about his...
    • 1972
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    • This document was written by Geronimo to Dr. A. H. De Camp. The letter contains information regarding the visit of De Camp to Fort Sill. Geronimo explains the current events of Fort Sill as well.
    • 1896-06-13
    • People; Religion; Social Life & Customs; Historic sites; Museums and historical societies;
    • An interview with Mary Jacobi and Wilber Parkin KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Mary talks about a new exhibit on display at the museum called “Land in her own name” about women homesteaders in the area. She also...
    • 2004-11-20
    • Agriculture; Business & Industry; Entertainment; People; Social Life & Customs; Women;
    • An interview with Josie Andrews and Bob Folske for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Josie talks about a woman’s role in farming and ranching in Bowman County in the ‘good old days.’ Her father ran a threshing crew...
    • 2002-11-23
    • People; City & Town Life; Social Life & Customs; Education;
    • An interview with Shirley Weeks and Neil Pierce for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Shirley and Neil talk about their lives and their memories of Haley, North Dakota. They talk about the Haley dance hall,...
    • 1993-03
    • City & Town Life; People; Social Life & Customs; Pioneer era; Archeology
    • An interview with Harlan Long for the KPOK Bowman for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Harlan talks about his life, his family history, his memories of Rhame, the history of Rhame, farming, and ranching. Terry Schaefer and Dean Pearson also...
    • 1993-03
    • City & Town Life; Education; Museums and historical societies; People; Social Life & Customs;
    • An interview with Norris Wahl for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Norris, 90 years old at the time of the interview, talks about growing up as one of fifteen children, speaking Norwegian at home, and learning English at school, and working as...
    • 2000-09-19
    • City & Town Life; Transportation;
    • A photo of the Texaco station and the town sign in Urbana, North Dakota. The station is a wooden building with gas pumps in front. In the background other house and cars are visible. A piece of paper that reads, "Urbana about 1959" is taped to...
    • circa 1959
    • Agriculture;
    • A large piece of paper with information about an auction, selling horses, sheep, cattle, grain, hogs, and machinery. There is a studio portrait of J. (James) A. Buchanan, one of the owners, reprinted in the bottom right corner. The other owner is...
    • 1909-03
    • Military; People;
    • An interview with Doug Burtell for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Doug talks about experiences in the South Pacific in World War II. He talks about being involved in the Battle of Guadalcanal, the poor state of...
    • 2001-02-27
    • Business & Industry; Work Life;
    • Interior view of a fabric and clothing store. There is a male employee behind a counter cutting a piece of fabric. Display cases hold bowties and ribbons. A piece of fabric handing off the counter says, "All for The Leaders in Hats, LANPHER,...
    • between 1898-1910
    • Communication; Colleges and universities;
    • A letter from Dorothy Stickney to Dickinson State Teachers College President Charles E. Scott concerning the Theodore Roosevelt Centennial Symposium. Stickney expresses her endorsement and good wishes for the symposium.
    • 1957-11-06
    • Agriculture; Religion; People; Education; Business colleges;
    • This is a promotional book about North Dakota that was handed out at the Pan-American Exposition. If features information about the economy, homes, schools, churches, businesses, and landscape in North Dakota. The book contains text, photographs,...
    • 1901
    • Business & Industry; People;
    • An interview with Ryan Njos and Bob Folske for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Ryan Njos talks about the Schlitz Brewing Company Beer wagon that was pulled by a team of 40 horses. He talks about the logistics of...
    • 2002-11-23
    • People; Religion; Social Life & Customs;
    • An interview with Kenneth Torpen for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Kenneth talks about the history of the Union Prairie Lutheran Church which was organized in 1908. Kenneth talks about when they built the...
    • 2003-11-08
    • People; Education;
    • This interview includes information about when and how Ulrich Buchli arrived in Mercer County. Buchli talks about what cities were established in those days as well as what the county looked like. Buchli dicussses different modes of...
    • 1984?
    • People; City & Town Life; Education; Agriculture; Business & Industry;
    • An interview with Andrew Sonsalla and Zook Childers for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Andrew and Zook talk about their family histories, the history of Marmarth, North Dakota, the businesses they remember in the...
    • 1994-03
    • City & Town Life; People; Religion;
    • An interview with Esther Hoth for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Esther talks about her experiences at Union Prairie Church; singing in the choir, stories about the congregation, and other memories.
    • 1995-04-22
    • People; City & Town Life; Social Life & Customs; Agriculture;
    • An interview with Morel McGee and Lawrence Brown for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Morel and Lawrence talk about their life and memories of growing up and living in the area. McGee was involved with the CCC,...
    • 1995-04-15
    • Agriculture; Pioneer Era; People; Rural views;
    • A view of a homestead. On the left is a seated behind a team of two mules and an ox, next to them a boy sits ontop of a mule. Two small girls wash dishes and another girl sweeps the door step of a one room house. Two ox pull a plow which another...
    • 189-?
    • Business & Industry; People;
    • An interview with Josie Andrews and Kelly Oien for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Josie and Kelly about moonshine and bootlegging in the 1930s. Josie Andrews had a still and Kelly Oien’s uncle made moonshine...
    • 1994-03-19
    • Agriculture; Business & Industry; People;
    • An interview with Harold Kelner and Bud Perkins for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Bud talks about the farm implement dealership in Gascoyne that his father and uncles ran that sold McCormick Deering (later...
    • 2002-11-26
    • People; Law;
    • An interview with Arlene Hestiken for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Arlene talks about her father, Max Taylor, the Bowman County Sheriff, and how her mother cooked food for the prisoners. She also talks about...
    • 1994-12-05
    • People; Religion; Social Life & Customs;
    • An interview with Janene Spatz for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Janene talks about the Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church in Vessey, South Dakota. The church is still an active congregation although it is now...
    • 2003-11-08
    • Pioneer Era; Business & Industry; Rural views;
    • View of the bank after it had burned down in the 1895 fire in Neche, N.D. There is a lot of rubble and debris, and a few bits of wall still stand. There are other buildings and roofs in the distance. One building on the left has a ladder against...
    • 1895-03
    • Business & Industry; Work Life;
    • Interior view of store that sells food. There is a man standing behind a counter with a cash register and scales to measure weight. The back wall is full of shelves and drawers that contain canned goods stacked in pyramids, and goods in small...
    • between 1905-1910
    • People; Religion; Social Life & Customs;
    • An interview with Sharon Rice for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Sharon talks about the history of the Cedar Lutheran Church which started in 1910 closed in 1980. Sharon talks about the pastors through the years...
    • 2003-11-15
    • People; Religion; Social Life & Customs;
    • An interview with Avis Howe for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Avis talks about the history of the Golden Valley Lutheran Church. She shares stories about the basket and pie socials that used to be held at the...
    • 2003-11-12
    • City & Town Life; Education; People; Social Life & Customs; Transportation;
    • An interview with Martin Rolfness and Conrad Soderstrom for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Martin and Conrad talk about the history of Griffin, North Dakota, now a ghost town. The town was more of a business...
    • 2004-11-20
    • City & Town Life; Agriculture; Work Life; Transportation
    • View of Jim Page sitting with a dog next to him, on top of a loaded wagon being pulled by two horses on a street near Hamilton, N.D. There are buildings on the right, and in the background on the left. Signs out front on the right say City Sample...
    • 1887
    • Colleges and universities; Business & Industry;
    • A letter from President May of Dickinson State Normal School to Mr. and Mrs. Roberts requesting items, such as antelope heads, a deer head, an owl, an eagle, and pairs of polished horns, for starting a museum at Dickinson State Normal School in...
    • 1919-12-02
    • Water; Weather;
    • Page 40 features information about the Red River Valley floods of 1975. Bottom-left: This photograph shows the parking lot of Skakeys Pizza. The flood waters have moved into the parking lot. In the center of the photograph is the restaurant sign....
    • 1975
    • Business & Industry; People; Social Life & Customs;
    • This book contains facts about the history of Fargo, its businesses, schools, homes, and churches. It also features photographs, advertisements, and information about important figures in the community.
    • 1897-12
    • People; City & Town Life; Women;
    • An interview with Herb and Louise Brown, and Donald Lowe for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. The Browns talk about their family history, their parents homesteads, ranching, farming, and the process of planting...
    • 1993-03-27
    • Pioneer Era; People; City & Town Life; Women;
    • This photograph shows Mr. and Mrs. George Lacy sitting in their buggy. A horse pulls the buggy. Notice the detail of their clothing. Behind them, a bridge over the Red River separating Wahpeton, Dakota Territory from Breckenridge, MN.
    • about 1880?
    • Court houses; Business colleges; Politics & Government;
    • The selected pages shown give information about the debate that was going on in Pembina County in 1910 about where to put the new court house. It was originally located in Pembina, and this viewbook is lobbying to have it put in Cavalier. The...
    • 1910

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