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    • 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...
    • Agriculture student with two-story dog house

    • Agriculture; Colleges and universities; Education; People;
    • A Bismarck State College Agriculture Technology student, Tom Binder, with a white, two-story dog house built as a project for the Agricultural Structures class. Binder is standing inside a workshop and is lifting to roof of the doghouse. The...
    • Thomas E. Cooper home, Walsh County, N.D.

    • People; Agriculture; Work Life; Women;
    • This photograph features a two story wooden house. At left, two men and a binder are visible. Behind that two other horses and a buggy can be seen. In front of the house, Mr. Cooper sits reading near a small table. The table has flowers on it. ...
    • Steam engine and McCormick Binder

    • Agriculture; People;
    • This photograph shows two men standing near a steam engine. A McCormick binder is attached to the front of the steam engine. The steam engine reads “Flour City. Manu___ by Kinnard – Haines Co. Minneapolis, Minn.” In the background railroad cars...
    • Grain harvest, McLean County, N.D.

    • People; Agriculture;
    • At center a wagon pulled by horses waits to be loaded with grain. At left, the binder can be viewed. Various farm laborers help in the harvesting process. The bottom of the photograph shows the field of grain.
    • 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.

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