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1. Sophia Cale Ferrell Ayers and son Claude H. Ferrell portrait Sophia Cale Ferrell Ayers and son Claude H. Ferrell portrait Mothers; Families; Portrait photographs; Portrait of Claude H. Ferrell and his mother Sophia Cale Ferrell Ayers. She is standing to his right with her hand on his shoulder.

2. High altitude aerial photograph over Sibley Trail Township and Lake Ashtabula, Barnes County, N.D. High altitude aerial photograph over Sibley Trail Township and Lake Ashtabula, Barnes County, N.D. Aerial photographs; Reservoirs; Rivers; High altitude photograph of Sibley Trail Township and Lake Ashtabula, Barnes County, N.D. 18 Sreet SE runs east and west across the middle and serves as the border between Sibley Trail (143N, 58W) and...

3. Dr. Gordon W. Hewes (right) and an unidentified man at archaeological dig near Valley City, N.D. Dr. Gordon W. Hewes (right) and an unidentified man at archaeological dig near Valley City, N.D. Archaeological sites; Archaeology; Historic sites; Mounds (Burials); Indigenous peoples; Anthropologists; Dr. Gordon W. Hewes (right) and another man crouching infront of a pile of turned up soil. Dr. Hewes is holding a pen pointed at a chart. The unidentified man is shirtless. Both men are looking toward...

4. 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.

5. 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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