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1. Camp where gold was first discovered, Custer Gulch on the left Camp where gold was first discovered, Custer Gulch on the left Discovery & exploration; Military personnel; Military camps; Tents; Trees; Canyons; Gold; Looking down on military camp with tents and military personnel, with hills and trees in background.

2. Murder of Lieutenant Beever by the Sioux Indians Murder of Lieutenant Beever by the Sioux Indians Soldiers; Ambushes; Firearms; Bows (Archery); Soldier atop horse on ground firing pistol at Indians that are attaching from all side. Located among trees near Apple Creek and Missouri River, south of Bismarck, N.D.

3. Camp Red River Hunters Camp Red River Hunters Tipis; Tents; Covered wagons; Indian encampments; Expeditions & surveys; Hunting;

4. Sibley's Indian expedition crossing the James River, Dacotah Territory, July 20, 1863 Sibley's Indian expedition crossing the James River, Dacotah Territory, July 20, 1863 Military personnel; Rivers; Military maneuvers; Carts & wagons; Horses; View from atop hill showing military troops approaching and crossing the James River. There appears to be a temporary bridge erected over the river. Beyond river are hills.

5. Council with White Man's Horse Council with White Man's Horse Tents; Rivers; Discovery & exploration; Expeditions & surveys; Print depicting a meeting, led by Isaac Stevens, in likely Montana between a group of explorers and White Man's Horse, chief of the Blackfoot tribe. The Big Muddy River (Missouri River?) is visible in...

6. Young Norwegian Dakotans Young Norwegian Dakotans Children; Holding hands; Two children, with girl holding hand of younger.

7. Norwegian homestead in North Dakota Norwegian homestead in North Dakota Farms; Log buildings; Log cabins; Kitchens; Woman carrying wood in foreground with farm buildings in background. Inset image is of kitchen interior.

8. Curious Indian ceremony at Standing Rock Agency, the Sioux Chief, Fire Cloud, dedicating the sacred Standing Curious Indian ceremony at Standing Rock Agency, the Sioux Chief, Fire Cloud, dedicating the sacred Standing Rock to peace and plenty Monuments & memorials; Rites & ceremonies; Brooms & brushes; Indian with brush in hand standing next to rock set on a two-layer pedestal. Other Indians and man in suit, likely Major James McLaughlin standing behind the rock.

9. Benjamin House, Dawson, N.D. Benjamin House, Dawson, N.D. Hotels; Horses; Three-story hotel situated on business corner with horse-drawn wagons on stteet.

10. Lake Jessie, North Dakota Lake Jessie, North Dakota Lakes & ponds; Trees; Tents; View of lake with tents on hill on other shore. Trees are along part of lake shore.

11. Residence of J. Dawson Thompson, Dawson, N.D. Residence of J. Dawson Thompson, Dawson, N.D. Houses; Schools; Two-story house with nearby outbuildings, likely a barn or stable. A horse-drawn carriage is going past yard. Inset is small image of one-story school with tower over entrance.

12. Near Mouse River Near Mouse River Rivers; Valleys; Wagon trains; Trees; Overlooking valley with what appears to be a river at bottom. Wagon line extends from foreground to hills in far background. Small group of trees near river.

13. View in Cooperstown, North Dakota View in Cooperstown, North Dakota Grain elevators; Railroad locomotives; Railroad cars; Railroad stations; Railroad tracks; Cattle; Smoke; Harvesting; Elevated view of primarily the railroad lines and grain elevators, one named Northern Dakota Elevator Co., and another Cooper Bros. Elevator. A train locomotive is traveling by the railroad station. Cattle...

14. Palace Hotel, Cooperstown, N.D. Palace Hotel, Cooperstown, N.D. Hotels; Horses; Dormers; Two story hotel on business corner with dormers on roof. Horse-drawn wagons on street.

15. Northern Pacific Elevator, Dawson, N.D. Northern Pacific Elevator, Dawson, N.D. Grain elevators; Carts & wagons; Horses; Grain industry; Numerous wagons loaded with grain in front of grain elevator, with smoke coming from smokestack.

16. Dawson Flouring Mills Dawson Flouring Mills Flour & meal industry; Carts & wagons; Horses; Flour mill with railroad tracks beside it and smoke coming from smokestack. Several horse-drawn wagons approaching mill.

17. Indian village near Standing Rock Indian village near Standing Rock Tipis; Horses; Children; Mowing; Plowing; Steam baths; Hides & skins; Log cabins; Seven images showing different views of an Indian village. Captions with individual images include, 'Mowing,' 'Plowing,' 'Going to Work,' 'Farm yard,' 'An affair of honor,' and 'A steam bath.' The largest...

18. Griggs County Court House, Cooperstown, Dakota Griggs County Court House, Cooperstown, Dakota Courthouses; Towers; Front of courthouse showing several people walking towards entrance.

19. Devil's Lake Ike, A Notorious Western Desperado; Recently Captured and Hung Devil's Lake Ike, A Notorious Western Desperado; Recently Captured and Hung Criminals; Hangings; Portrait of man wearing hat. Accompanying article states he was caught and hung in western Dakota, assume this would have been western North Dakota.

20. Camp in the park, expedition to the Black Hills, Dakota Camp in the park, expedition to the Black Hills, Dakota Discovery & exploration; Military personnel; Military camps; Tents; Trees; Horses; Smoke; Military camp in open plain with tents, wagons and horses; smoke rising in distance with hills and trees in far background.
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