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    • Geronimo Letter

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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.
    • Horse-drawn binder, Mercer County, N.D.

    • Agriculture; People; Pioneer Era; Work Life;
    • This photograph features a binder for cutting grain in a field south of Beulah, N.D. Four horses push the binder. The binder has wheels and an auger for the cut grain to come out of. The reel pushes the grain down into the binder. A man stands...
    • Great Public Vendue advertisement

    • 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...
    • E. J. Henry’s Civil War letter

    • 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. ...
    • Chapel, Medora, N.D.

    • Landmarks; Historic sites;
    • This photograph features the Chapel in Medora, N.D. It is a small square structure made out of stones. It has a peaked roof with crosses attached to the roof. Two windows and a light are visible as well.
    • Community Bowl construction, Bismarck, N.D.

    • Colleges and universities;
    • The North Dakota National Guard uses heavy moving equipment to grade a level area in a natural bowl for the construction of an athletic field just west of Bismarck Junior College. This would later come to be known as the Bismarck State College...
    • Rebecca Harrison Brimer

    • Portraits; People; Women;
    • View of Rebecca Harrison Brimer wearing a long fur coat on the prairie. She was the oldest daughter of Harvey and Bertha Harrison and married Andrew Brimer Jr. in June 1910. She passed away in May 1911.
    • Harvey and Bertha Harrison family portrait

    • Portraits; People;
    • Family portrait of the Harvey and Bertha Harrison family. Harvey sits in a chair on the left with a infant in his arms and a dog at his feet. Bertha Harrison sits in a wicker chair on the right with baby in her lap. Six other children stand in...
    • Catholic Church, Jamestown, N.D.

    • Religion;
    • A view of the front and side of the Catholic Church in Jamestown, N.D. It is a red brick building with main steps, large stained glass windows and a cross on the peak of the roof. There are two steeples, one on each side of the entrance, which...
    • Diary of William Cuningham

    • 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.
    • Emma Peterson interview

    • City & Town Life; Education; Entertainment; Museums and historical societies; People; Sports & Recreation; Social welfare;
    • An interview with Emma Peterson for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Emma, age 96 at the time of the interview, shares her family history; her family emigrated from Norway when she was 6. She also tells stories about her brothers and sisters,...
    • Neche Public School, Neche, N.D.

    • Education;
    • This photograph shows a view of the Neche School in Neche, N.D. It is a two story wooden building with a bell tower in front. Two brick chimneys are visible on either side of the building and many trees in the yard are also in sight.
    • Grading potatoes, Finch Farm, Buchanan, N.D.

    • Agriculture;
    • In the center are three men working on grading potatoes. The man on the right is standing in a cart using a pitchfork to load the machinery with potatoes. The men on the left have sacks of potatoes. There is a cart with sacks of potatoes and a...
    • Dickinson State Teachers College homecoming greeting

    • Communication; Indians of North America;
    • A handwritten poem with artwork by Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fisher for Dickinson State Teachers College in Dickinson, North Dakota. The poem is written in the style of the winter count that was an important part of the homecoming ceremonies for many...

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