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1. Nils Lundeby house, Osnabrock, North Dakota Nils Lundeby house, Osnabrock, North Dakota Log cabins; Houses; Families; Older man, seated with younger adults and children, in front of log cabin with lean-to and porch with shingled roof.

2. Sod house built in 1884 on homestead site of Ole I. Gjevre : Osnabrock Township, Cavalier County, Dakota Sod house built in 1884 on homestead site of Ole I. Gjevre : Osnabrock Township, Cavalier County, Dakota Territory. Sod buildings; Dogs; Families; Baby carriages; Plants; Cats; Likely several families outside a sod house which appears to have lumber enclosing the sod walls. Visible is a stovepipe and a wooden addition. Plants are growing on the sod roof. Two men are seated, and...

3. Sod house built in 1884 on homestead site of Ole I. Gjevre : Osnabrock Township, Cavalier County, Dakota Sod house built in 1884 on homestead site of Ole I. Gjevre : Osnabrock Township, Cavalier County, Dakota Territory. Sod buildings; Dogs; Families; Baby carriages; Plants; Cats; Likely several families outside a sod house which appears to have lumber enclosing the sod walls. Visible is a stovepipe and a wooden addition. Plants are growing on the sod roof. Two men are seated, and...

4. Raising A Fine Family of Pioneers Raising A Fine Family of Pioneers Families; Children; Dogs; Chairs; An unidentified family of ten with six children, a dog, and two wooden chairs in front of a large sod house with a flat foof, two stovepipes, a window and a door showing.

5. Raising A Fine Family of Pioneers Raising A Fine Family of Pioneers Families; Children; Dogs; Chairs; An unidentified family of ten with six children, a dog, and two wooden chairs in front of a large sod house with a flat foof, two stovepipes, a window and a door showing.

6. Sod house, pennant on pole indicates the time Sod house, pennant on pole indicates the time Log cabins; Sod buildings; Lean-tos; Flags; Flagpoles; Families; Dogs; Horses; Grinding wheels; Baby carriages; Two women, a man, small child and baby in carriage in front of log cabin with a lean-to. In back is a sod structure, likely a barn. Also visible are two dogs, wagon, grinding stone, horse and pole with...

7. Sod house, pennant on pole indicates the time Sod house, pennant on pole indicates the time Log cabins; Sod buildings; Lean-tos; Flags; Flagpoles; Families; Dogs; Horses; Grinding wheels; Baby carriages; Two women, a man, small child and baby in carriage in front of log cabin with a lean-to. In back is a sod structure, likely a barn. Also visible are two dogs, wagon, grinding stone, horse and pole with...

8. Building for the future Building for the future Children; Baby carriages; Trees; Families; Men; Three girls and a man around a baby carriage with a small child seated in it. Behind them are newly planted trees, likely taken on a farm.

9. Enjoying the Sabbath Calm Enjoying the Sabbath Calm Sod buildings; Men; Brooms & brushes; Families; Dogs; Children; Julius Belt family in front of a sod house with a stovepipe, window and doorway showing. Two-thirds of the house has wooden walls, the rest appears to be sod. Leaning against the wall is a broom. From...

10. Building for the future Building for the future Children; Baby carriages; Trees; Families; Men; Three girls and a man around a baby carriage with a small child seated in it. Behind them are newly planted trees, likely taken on a farm.

11. Enjoying the Sabbath Calm Enjoying the Sabbath Calm Sod buildings; Men; Brooms & brushes; Families; Dogs; Children; Julius Belt family in front of a sod house with a stovepipe, window and doorway showing. Two-thirds of the house has wooden walls, the rest appears to be sod. Leaning against the wall is a broom. From...

12. Pioneers by their log cabin Pioneers by their log cabin Log cabins; Older people; Families; Wash tubs; An unidentified family in front of a log cabin. There is an elderly couple (the woman is sitting), an adult woman, and a girl. The cabin appears to be whitewashed, and there is a stovepipe coming through...

13. Pioneers by their log cabin Pioneers by their log cabin Log cabins; Families; Older people; Wash tubs; An unidentified family in front of a log cabin. There is an elderly couple (the woman is sitting), an adult woman, and a girl. The cabin appears to be whitewashed, and there is a stovepipe coming through...

14. In the good old days, when owning a pair of shoes was a great luxury In the good old days, when owning a pair of shoes was a great luxury Sod buildings; Children; Families; Rocking chairs; Dogs; A man with his six children and another man standing outside a sod house. The sod house shows one window and a doorway with a sod roof. There are three chairs, one is a rocking chair. A dog is on one chair...

15. Joseph Burkholder family moving to their new house leaving the sod house. Joseph Burkholder family moving to their new house leaving the sod house. Sod buildings; Families; Horses; Dogs; Baby carriages; Joseph Burkholder family on the west side of Teddy Township in Towner County, N.D., five miles east of Rock Lake. From left to right are Ernest, Joseph, Levi, Harvey, Annie, Dallas, Jacob, and Verne. Harvey...

16. Joseph Burkholder family moving to their new house leaving the sod house. Joseph Burkholder family moving to their new house leaving the sod house. Sod buildings; Families; Horses; Dogs; Baby carriages; Joseph Burkholder family on the west side of Teddy Township in Towner County, N.D., five miles east of Rock Lake. From left to right are Ernest, Joseph, Levi, Harvey, Annie, Dallas, Jacob, and Verne. Harvey...

17. Oxen pulling a grain drill in pioneer days : a welcome break in a long day, stopping for lunch and a Oxen pulling a grain drill in pioneer days : a welcome break in a long day, stopping for lunch and a chat with mom and the youngsters. Ox teams; Families; Farmers; Coffee; Eating & drinking; Infants; An unidentified man, woman, toddler and baby. The man has a coffee cup in his hand, and the women is holding a coffee pot. The woman and two children are seated on a Monitor grain drill which is hitched...

18. Oxen pulling a grain drill in pioneer days : a welcome break in a long day, stopping for lunch and a Oxen pulling a grain drill in pioneer days : a welcome break in a long day, stopping for lunch and a chat with mom and the youngsters. Ox teams; Families; Farmers; Coffee; Eating & drinking; Infants; An unidentified man, woman, toddler and baby. The man has a coffee cup in his hand, and the women is holding a coffee pot. The woman and two children are seated on a Monitor grain drill which is hitched...

19. By their sod house on the homestead in Bottineau County, near Westhope, North Dakota By their sod house on the homestead in Bottineau County, near Westhope, North Dakota Sod buildings; Children; Families; Mrs. John Talcott (Annie Carlson) and daughter Ruth (now Mrs. George Sandy, Park River, N.D.), unidentified son, and daughter Hope (Mrs. Ted Vedvig, Carpio, N.D.). Homestead is 9 miles west and 2 miles...

20. By their sod house on the homestead in Bottineau County, near Westhope, North Dakota By their sod house on the homestead in Bottineau County, near Westhope, North Dakota Sod buildings; Children; Families; Mrs. John Talcott (Annie Carlson) and daughter Ruth (now Mrs. George Sandy, Park River, N.D.), unidentified son, and daughter Hope (Mrs. Ted Vedvig, Carpio, N.D.). Homestead is 9 miles west and 2 miles...
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