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    • 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; Social Life & Customs; Sports & Recreation; Weather;
    • An interview with Lawrence and Frances Faris for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Regional Museum. Lawrence and Frances talk about their memories of winter and Christmas, differences in Christmas today and back when they were children,...
    • 1994-12-10
    • 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
    • City & Town Life; Entertainment; People; Social Life & Customs;
    • An interview with Charity Fries, Acey Olson, and Merle Clark for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Merle, Acey, and Charity discuss bad winters, a snowplow train getting stuck on a snow bank, the Dinky passenger...
    • 1997-12-06
    • City & Town Life; Social Life & Customs; Weather;
    • An interview with Lucille Beyer and Ray Nibbe for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Lucille and Ray talk about winters of years gone by, amenities that we have now that they didn’t while growing up, hard winters in...
    • 1997-11-29
    • People; Transportation
    • A long road stretches through the center of this photograph where a caravan of tourists can be viewed. They all ride in wagons, on horseback, in buggies, or on stagecoaches. Many horses can be seen. In the background a flat area leading up to...
    • 1925
    • City & Town Life; Business & Industry; People; Weather;
    • An interview with Oscar Weisz, George Siverson, and Ray Nibbe for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Oscar, George, and Ray share the history of the Rhame and Scranton Fire Departments. They tell stories about the...
    • 2000-12-02
    • 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
    • Transportation; People;
    • This photograph shows a Great Northern Railroad wreck near Granville, N.D. The locomotive is nearly derailed at right positioned on a bridge. At left, two railroad cars are derailed and laying in the snow. Three individuals inspect the wreck.
    • 1909-03-17
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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
    • Colleges and universities; Entertainment;
    • The poster for the Bismarck State College theatrical production of "A Murder is Announced." The poster is made to look like an old newspaper and has information on the production. It has one illustration in the middle of the poster. The...
    • 2002
    • City & Town Life; Business & Industry;
    • View of the 1912, First National Bank Building, a two storey brick building. There are a few people walking along the sidewalks in front and to the left side of the building. Signs in the windows say: J.O. Plante, Lawyer; WM. McMurchie, States...
    • between 1912 and 1913
    • 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

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