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  • All fields: Missouri
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    • Water; Transportation;
    • The Four Bears Bridge featured in this photograph stretches across the Missouri River (Lake Sakakawea). The bridge has large concrete structures at its base for support. In the distance the opposite bank of the river can be viewed. Beneath the...
    • 1954
    • Water; Environment;
    • The focus of this picture is the Missouri River. On the opposite bank of the river (looking North) is the town of Elbowoods, N.D. The water tower of the town is visible. Trees, ice and grass can be seen in this photograph.
    • no later than 1954
    • Transportation; Water;
    • Page one of this item is a ferry lease and license for E.T. Olen to operate his ferry on the Missouri River in Mercer County for fifteen years. The item explains the cost of the license and the regulations that must be followed. It is signed by...
    • 1910-05-29
    • Cemeteries and graves; Indians of North America;
    • A wooden box is in the left foreground. The landscape has Native American scaffold burials. A few have dark rectangle bundles on top of wooden scaffolds, and some are just the wooden scaffold.
    • between 1876-1889
    • People; Environment; Weather; Water
    • Two men and a woman stand near the ice jam on the Missouri River. The enormous pieces of ice can be seen on the right and left. Two dogs are visible as well as an unidentifiable individual behind the man at center.
    • between 1910 and 1920
    • Maps, stamps and seals; Pioneer Era;
    • The first page shows a map of Medora in 1883. The Little Missouri River, Medora, and plots of land are visible. The second and third page contain prices of lots for sale in Medora.
    • 1883
    • 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...
    • 1961-07
    • City & Town Life; Historic sites; Aerials;
    • This aerial view captures the town of Medora, N.D. in 1955. Almost the entire town is visible in this photograph. Several buildings, residences, and businesses can be seen. The chimney from the De Mores Packing Plant is in sight in the...
    • 1955
    • People; Indians of North America; Maps, stamps and seals
    • The map shows the names of inhabitants as well as the number assigned to a specific plot of land in Township 146 N, 88 W in Mercer County. In addition, the Missouri River is visible and labeled on the map.
    • between 1890 and 1910?
    • Pioneer Era; Water; People;
    • This photograph displays a view of the bend in the Missouri River near Washburn, N.D. View the right side of the photograph where several tepees are located. Wagons and horses are visable as well.
    • between 1890 and 1905
    • Agriculture; Water; Transportation;
    • This is a photograph of the grain elevator where the river boats unloaded grain. Two river boats with paddlewheels can be viewed. The marine "leg" of the elevator stretches down the bank. The river and another building are also visible.
    • between 1890 and 1905
    • People; Water;
    • Several men on frozen Missouri River in Washburn, N.D. harvesting the ice. Some of the men hold shovels and saws to free the ice. In the background the opposite bank of the river and some buildings can be seen. View the center where open water...
    • 1913
    • People; Indians of North America;
    • This document relates details about a man who was Native American and a resident of Mercer County. The second and third pages appear to have information missing between them.
    • between 1910 and 1950?
    • Pioneer Era;
    • This issue of the Bad Lands Cow Boy contains local, territorial, and federal news articles. In addition,there is information about the cattle and ranching industry, political news, a railroad schedule, and several advertisements that can be seen.
    • 1884-08-07
    • Pioneer Era;
    • This issue of the Bad Lands Cow Boy contains local, territorial, and federal news articles. In addition, it contains information about the cattle and ranching industry, criminal reports, a railroad schedule, and several advertisements can be seen...
    • 1884-02-07
    • People; Pioneer Era; Water; Transportation;
    • View of cable ferry on Missouri River near Washburn, N.D. Long cables extend into the far right of the post card. A team of horses pulling a wagon ride on the ferry waiting to cross the river. In the far left, a small rowboat can be seen. The...
    • between 1885 and 1905
    • Pioneer Era;
    • A view of the Farmers Home, a wooden two story building built by A.J. Smith who was in the hotel and livery business. There are three women standing near the doorway, and an older man in a buggy being pulled by a horse. There is a bicycle leading...
    • 1882?
    • People; Indians of North America; Maps, stamps and seals
    • The map shows the names of inhabitants as well as the number assigned to a specific plot of land in Township 147 N, 91 W in Mercer County. In addition, the Missouri River is visible and labeled on the map.
    • between 1890 and 1910?
    • People; Indians of North America; Maps, stamps and seals
    • The map shows the names of inhabitants as well as the number assigned to a specific plot of land in Township 147 N, 90 W in Mercer County. In addition, the Missouri River is visible and labeled on the map.
    • between 1890 and 1910?
    • People; Water; Transportation;
    • Photograph displays river boats Benton, Frayne, and Washburn on Missouri River near Washburn, N.D. Debris is visable on river bank. In the center of the photograph, men standing on Benton can be viewed. The river is present in the background.
    • 1922
    • People; Indians of North America; Maps, stamps and seals
    • The map shows the names of inhabitants as well as the number assigned to a specific plot of land in Township 147 N and 89 W in Mercer County. In addition, the Missouri River is visible and labeled on the map.
    • between 1890 and 1910?

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