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1. Horse-drawn binder, Mercer County, N.D. 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...

2. Delivery of PLANO Binders, Neche, N.D. Delivery of PLANO Binders, Neche, N.D. City & Town Life; Rural views; Pioneer Era; View of a busy street in Neche, N.D. There are people, horses, farm machinery, and carts in the street. Two large buildings in the background have signs that say "A.J. McFadden, Farm-Implements. Farm Machinery....

3. Grain harvest, McLean County, N.D. 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...

4. Great Public Vendue advertisement Great Public Vendue advertisement Agriculture; A large piece of paper with information about an auction, selling horses, sheep, cattle, grain, hogs, and machinery. There is a studio portrait of J. (James) A. Buchanan, one of the owners, reprinted in...

5. Harold Kelner and Bud Perkins interview Harold Kelner and Bud Perkins interview Agriculture; Business & Industry; People; An interview with Harold Kelner and Bud Perkins for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Bud talks about the farm implement dealership in Gascoyne that his father and uncles...

6. Nate Lininger and William Stegner interview Nate Lininger and William Stegner interview Agriculture; Business & Industry; People; An interview with Nate Lininger and William Stegner for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Nate and William both ran farm implement dealerships in Bowman, North Dakota. William...

7. Bob and Joe Wokal interview Bob and Joe Wokal interview Agriculture; Business & Industry; People; An interview with Bob and Joe Wolkal for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Bob and Joe talk about their father’s automobile and farm implement dealership in Bowman, where...

8. Oscar Weisz and Howard Merz interview Oscar Weisz and Howard Merz interview Agriculture; Business & Industry; People; An interview with Oscar Weisz and Howard Merz for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Howard and Oscar talk about different tractors and farm implements they used, dealerships...

9. Row of binders on Adams Farm, rural Wahpeton, N.D. Row of binders on Adams Farm, rural Wahpeton, N.D. Pioneer Era; People; Agriculture; A long line of binders is pictured here. Each binder is pulled by three horses, and a farm laborer rides with each. Part of the field has been cut already, and the top half is uncut.

10. Steam engine and McCormick Binder 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,...

11. Rural scene, Walsh County, N.D. Rural scene, Walsh County, N.D. Agriculture; People; In this photograph teams of horses pulling binders for harvesting grain can be seen. The photograph was taken from within the uncut field. In the background a two story wooden house is visible.

12. Thomas E. Cooper home, Walsh County, N.D. 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...

13. The Commerce, Manufactures, and Progress of Valley City, Dakota The Commerce, Manufactures, and Progress of Valley City, Dakota Business & Industry; Pioneer Era; People; City & Town Life; Communication; Fifty two page booklet on the commerce, manufactures, and progress of Valley City, Dakota Territory.
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