Threshing party in Wells County, N.D.
|Title||Threshing party in Wells County, N.D. |
|Date of Original||190-? |
|Description||A view of a threshing party. In the front are a group of women, children, and infants. There are two boys standing next to bicycles. In the back on the left are five carriages being pulled by a horse each. There are more horses on the right. There are men in the background, some with the carriages and a few with the horses. In the distance on the right is a farmhouse. On the distant left is a wooden building. |
Bicycles & tricycles
Carts & wagons
Carriages & coaches
People associated with agriculture
|Personal Name||Melby, Mary Skattebo, 1875-1936|
|Location||Wells County (N.D.)|
|Item Number||MM16 |
|Format of Original||Photographic prints|
|Dimensions of Original||21 x 28 cm. |
|Transcription||"Mrs. Bendier Rognes sister, Mrs. O.S. Hovey, Dora, Mrs. Nels Anderson, Mrs. O.K. Melby, Ingribeg Neuhagen, Mrs. Gullick Dahle, Mary Hovey"--Handwritten on the front of the photograph. |
|Biography/History||Mary Skattebo, at the age of nine, left her native land, Norway, in 1884. She was accompanied by her parents who sailed for America that year. At seventeen she was married to Mr. O. K. Melby, a young farmer. Due to unproductive crops, people moved out in great numbers. In the company of relatives and friends, the young couple came to Wells County and filed on a homestead four miles north of Manfred. Mrs. Melby passed away in 1936. |
Gullik H. Dahle was born in Norway in 1862. He married Margit in 1892, she was born in Valdres, Norway, in 1859. They came to the United States in 1893, and then went to Manfred, N.D.
|Repository Institution||Manfred Heritage Museum|
|Repository Collection||Manfred Heritage Museum Photograph Collection|
|Credit Line||Manfred Heritage Museum, Manfred, N.D. (MM16) |
|Rights Management||Copyright status unknown. |
|Ordering Information||Manfred Heritage Museum |
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|Grant||NHPRC SNAP Grant 2008-2009, NAR08-RC-10021-08 |
|Digital ID||dmMM16 |