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1. People standing near Annie Lind coal mine entrance, Wilton, N.D. People standing near Annie Lind coal mine entrance, Wilton, N.D. Coal mining; Horses; Bicycles & tricycles; Men; Women; Group of men and women, some on horses and a man on a bicycle, standing on top and beside mound of earth, near entrance on extreme left. Coal mine owned by Annie C. Lind, near Wilton, N.D.

2. Drilling for oil near Sheyenne, N.D., Eddy County Drilling for oil near Sheyenne, N.D., Eddy County Oil well drilling rigs; Petroleum industry; Two men sitting on mound of earth looking at oil drilling rig.

3. Betsy Aslakson with chickens Betsy Aslakson with chickens Chickens; Betsy Aslakson standing by building doorway with chickens on mound of hay or straw. Location unknown, although likely in Minnesota and not at her homestead near Tioga, N.D.

4. Opening of the baseball season 1908 at Kinsley, N. Dak. Opening of the baseball season 1908 at Kinsley, N. Dak. Baseball players; Sporting goods; Dogs; Men; Seventeen men seated on a mound of dirt in an open prairie. Man standing in back is holding on to a dog. Two of the men have baseball gloves.

5. Congregational Church, Beach, N.D. Congregational Church, Beach, N.D. Congregational churches; Front view of church with corner entrance and steeple above entrance. Mound of dirt in front indicates building is just being completed.

6. Woman seated outside shanty Woman seated outside shanty Huts; Houses; Women; Frontier & pioneer life; Woman seated in chair that is outside shanty. Shanty is elevated on dirt mound and has one window and door visible. Exterior walls appear to be mud-covered. Location unknown, but likely addressed to or...

7. Lucile E. St. Hoyme, with Smithsonian Institute, working an archaeological dig near Valley City, N.D. Lucile E. St. Hoyme, with Smithsonian Institute, working an archaeological dig near Valley City, N.D. Archaeological sites; Archaeology; Digging; Women; Measuring; Historic sites; Mounds (Burials); Bones (Body parts); Indigenous peoples; Anthropologists; Woman in a pit holding a tape measure. Human bones can be seen protruding from the dirt near the bottom of the pit.

8. Archaeological dig near Valley City, N.D. Archaeological dig near Valley City, N.D. Archaeological sites; Archaeology; Digging; Historic sites; Mounds (Burials); Indigenous peoples; Shovels; Holes; Anthropologists; Overview of an archaeological pit with three people visible. Dr. Gordon W. Hewes is standing right with a shovel in hand. Deep inside the pit can be seen, Lucile E. St. Hoyme of the Smithsonian Institute,...
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