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1. First school house in Abercrombie, N.D. First school house in Abercrombie, N.D. Schools; School children; Teachers; Men; Dogs; Bell towers; Fur coats; Houses; One story, wood frame school house with bell tower. Children are lined up in front of building. A man with a fur coat and a dog are to the left of the children, and a women in a dress are to the right,...

2. Hans Langseth portrait Hans Langseth portrait Men; Beards; Older people; Hans Langseth seated in ornate chair with beard draped over his shoulder and down to his hand.

3. Commercial buildings 518-524, Main Avenue, Fargo, N.D. Commercial buildings 518-524, Main Avenue, Fargo, N.D. Hotels; Bars; Department stores; Business districts; Commercial facilities; Automobiles; Traffic signs & signals; Streets; Signs (Notices); Two three story brick commercial buildings at the intersection of Broadway and Main Avenue. The building on the left has a sign on the roof that states "Fort Hotel" , and at storefront level is a sign...

4. Looking west on 1st Avenue N., Fargo, N.D. Looking west on 1st Avenue N., Fargo, N.D. Commercial streets; Business districts; Commercial facilities; Musical instrument industry; Tailor shops; Young Men's Christian associations; Millinery; Theaters; Drugstores; Hotels; View looking west on 1st Avenue N. from the intersection with Broadway. Some buildings and businesses visible are the Syndicate Block, Broadway Pharmacy, E. J. Berg, tailor, Mrs. Sol Simon's milliner,...

5. Couple on covered wagon, Ft. Seward, N.D. Couple on covered wagon, Ft. Seward, N.D. Covered wagons; Cowboy hats; Couples; Wagon trains; A man and a woman seated on the seat of a covered wagon. The man is holding the reins. The man has a cowboy hat on his head and the woman has a bonnet on her head.

6. Tombstones at Fort Dilts, North Dakota Tombstones at Fort Dilts, North Dakota Forts & fortifications; Cemeteries; Flags; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Five tombstones and along side each is an American flag. These tombstones are in an open field at Fort Dilts.

7. Sign at Fort Buford Historic Site, North Dakota Sign at Fort Buford Historic Site, North Dakota Forts & fortifications; Signs (Notices); Historic sites; Silhouettes; View showing wooden sign supported by field stone pillars. Text on the sign states, “Fort Buford Historic Site. Fort Buford, A United States military post named in honor of General John Buford of Gettysburg...

8. Stone building at Fort Clark Historic Site, N.D. Stone building at Fort Clark Historic Site, N.D. Stone buildings; Meadows; Small stone building in a meadow.

9. Fort Berthold Agency Building, New Town, N.D. Fort Berthold Agency Building, New Town, N.D. Government facilities; Indian reservations; Air conditioners; Windows; Shrubs; Close-up view of side of building with sign stating “United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Fort Berthold Agency, New Town, North Dakota”. Also visible are two rows of...

10. Sign at Fort Stevenson, North Dakota Sign at Fort Stevenson, North Dakota Billboards; Signs (Notices); Parks; Billboard with text that states, “Fort Stevenson Recreation Area, provided free for your pleasure, Boating fishing picnicking swimming. Speed limit 25 miles per hour, no parking on boat ramps, firearms...

11. Headquarters North Dakota 7th Cavalry building, Fort Ransom, N.D. Headquarters North Dakota 7th Cavalry building, Fort Ransom, N.D. Historic sites; Buildings; Galleries & museums; View showing a one story building with sign over the door that states "Headquarters No. Dak. 7th Cav."

12. Cannon at Fort Seward, Jamestown, N.D. Cannon at Fort Seward, Jamestown, N.D. Cannons; Flagpoles; Historic sites; View of a cannon on a mount. A sign under the cannon states "Post Hospital". There is a flag pole visible in the background.

13. Fort reconstruction of Fort Mandan, near Washburn, North Dakota Fort reconstruction of Fort Mandan, near Washburn, North Dakota Forts & fortifications; Reconstructions; Reconstruction in progress of fort built by Lewis and Clark on their expedition up the Missouri River to the Pacific Ocean.

14. Fort Abercrombie, N.D. Fort Abercrombie, N.D. Blockhouses; Forts & fortifications; Reconstructions; Historic sites; View of reconstructed stockade and block house at Fort Abercrombie.

15. Scene at Fort Clark, N.D. Scene at Fort Clark, N.D. Windows; Meadows; View looking at a landscape through a window in a stone building.

16. Sign at Fort Dilts, N.D. Sign at Fort Dilts, N.D. Signs (Notices); Historic sites; Meadows; Forts & fortifications; Wooden sign with "Fort Dilts 1864". Open grassland is visible in the background.

17. Sitting Bull bust by William A. Burnison at Fort Buford, N.D. Sitting Bull bust by William A. Burnison at Fort Buford, N.D. Sculpture; Monuments; Historic sites; Plaques; View showing a metal sculpture of Sitting Bull's head with a plaque at the base.

18. Cannon with blockhouse at Fort Rice, North Dakota Cannon with blockhouse at Fort Rice, North Dakota Cannons; Forts & fortifications; Blockhouses; Reconstructions; In foreground is a canon mounted on stone and in background is blockhouse.

19. Indians traveling from Pembina, North Dakota to Fort Totten, North Dakota : gathering senega root or Indians traveling from Pembina, North Dakota to Fort Totten, North Dakota : gathering senega root or snakeroot Carts & wagons; Horses; Roads; One or two families of Native Americans traveling in two horsedrawn carts. The carts provide shelter with a blanket being used like a roof, similar to covered wagons. There are four people visible. Each...

20. Indians traveling from Pembina, North Dakota to Fort Totten, North Dakota (Gathering Senega Root or Snakeroot) Indians traveling from Pembina, North Dakota to Fort Totten, North Dakota (Gathering Senega Root or Snakeroot) Carts & wagons; Horses; Roads; One or two families of Native Americans traveling in two horsedrawn carts. The carts provide shelter with a blanket being used like a roof, similar to covered wagons. There are four people visible. Each...
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