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1. Benjamin M. Holt standing among crosses in honor of soldiers in World War II, Fargo, N.D. Benjamin M. Holt standing among crosses in honor of soldiers in World War II, Fargo, N.D. Crosses; Backyards; Flags; Garages; Men; Monuments & memorials; Men; Benjamin Holt standing in the back yard of his house at 526 14th Street S., Fargo, N.D. with the lawn decorated with small crosses and American flags. The side of his garage is visible at left and 6th...

2. 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.

3. 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.

4. Dewey Trophy, Northern Pacific Park, Fargo, N.D. Dewey Trophy, Northern Pacific Park, Fargo, N.D. Artillery (Weaponry); Parks; Monuments; View taken in the Northern Pacific Park showing the Dewey Trophy cannon. View shows several commercial building on the south side of the 600 block, Front Street (Main Avenue), including J. B. Folsom Real...

5. Geographic Center of North America at Rugby Geographic Center of North America at Rugby Monuments; Obelisks; Women; Geography; Three women standing at the base of the Geographic Center of North America monument, a field stone obelisk. Engraved on the monument is "Geographical Center of North America Rugby, N.D.".

6. Dedication of Pioneer Cemetery Marker by the Daughters of the American Revolution, Dacotah Chapter, near Dedication of Pioneer Cemetery Marker by the Daughters of the American Revolution, Dacotah Chapter, near Fargo, N.D. Monuments; Crosses; Flags; Dedications; Public speaking; Clergy; Crowds; Cemeteries; A man, likely Rev. J. A. LaLande speaking at the dedication of Pioneer Cemetery Marker by the Daughters of the American Revolution, near Fargo, N.D. He is standing with the marker, a large cross, and an...

7. Dedication of Pioneer Cemetery Marker by the Daughters of the American Revolution, Dacotah Chapter, near Dedication of Pioneer Cemetery Marker by the Daughters of the American Revolution, Dacotah Chapter, near Fargo, N.D. Cemeteries; Monuments & memorials; Plaques; Boys; Girls; Dedications; Marion Jane Moon and James Eaton Dixon, unveiling Daughters of the American Revolution marker at the Holy Cross Mission Cemetery, south of Fargo, N.D. Plaque on marker states "In Memory of Pioneers 1861-1881...

8. Dedication of Pioneer Cemetery Marker by the Daughters of the American Revolution, Dacotah Chapter, near Dedication of Pioneer Cemetery Marker by the Daughters of the American Revolution, Dacotah Chapter, near Fargo, N.D. Monuments; Crosses; Flags; Dedications; Crowds; Cemeteries; View showing crowd of participants at the dedication of Pioneer Cemetery Marker by the Daughters of the American Revolution, near Fargo, N.D. A woman is standing at the base of the marker, a large cross,...

9. Building at 910-912 Front Street, Fargo, N.D. Building at 910-912 Front Street, Fargo, N.D. Commercial facilities; Automobiles; Street view of two story brick commercial building located at 910-912 Front Street (Main Avenue) in Fargo, N.D. Three men and two automobiles are visible in front of the building. Sign over the front door...

10. Fargo Civic Memorial Auditorium, City Hall and mall, Fargo, N.D. Fargo Civic Memorial Auditorium, City Hall and mall, Fargo, N.D. Civic buildings; Monuments; Ten commandments; City & town halls; Urban renewal; Sidewalk view looking northeast of Fargo Civic Memorial Auditorium to left and Fargo City Hall to right. In center of mall is the Ten Commandments statue.

11. Whitestone Battle Field, 1863-1914 Whitestone Battle Field, 1863-1914 Battlefields; Monuments; Panoramic photographs; Crowds; Historic sites; Panoramic view over location of Whitestone Battlefield showing a crowd of people standing on hilltop with monument in background. Numerous automobiles and carriages are parked on the surrounding landscape...

12. Herschel Lashkowitz and Roger Maris at Lindenwood Park, Fargo, N.D. Herschel Lashkowitz and Roger Maris at Lindenwood Park, Fargo, N.D. Government officials; Baseball players; Parks; Monuments; Snapshot of Herschel Lashkowitz and Roger Maris at Lindenwood Park, in Fargo, N.D., with monument to Maris visible in the background. Several children with baseball hats and standing in front of them.

13. Ten Commandments Monolith dedication at International Peace Gardens Ten Commandments Monolith dedication at International Peace Gardens Ten commandments; Monuments & memorials; Dedications; Actors; Government officials; Mayors; Judges; Dedication of the Ten Commandments Monolith at the International Peace Gardens, with participants pictured left to right; Charlton Heston, Judge E. J. Ruegemer, of Saint Cloud, Minnesota; Mayor Herschel...

14. 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.

15. Historical marker at Fort Ransom, North Dakota Historical marker at Fort Ransom, North Dakota Forts & fortifications; Monuments & memorials; Historical marker about the site, taken from the road. The outer structure that holds up the sign is made of rock and cement.

16. M.F. Steele committal, 1953 M.F. Steele committal, 1953 Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Honor guards; Flags; Chaplains; Coffins; Wreaths; Columns; Stone buildings; Military parades & ceremonies; Committal ceremony for Matthew F. Steele outside mausoleum. Military honor guard folding American flag over Colonel Steele's casket and holding flags.

17. Stone cairn with American and Canadian flags at Internation Peace Garden, Dunseith, N.D. Stone cairn with American and Canadian flags at Internation Peace Garden, Dunseith, N.D. Cairns; Flags; Monuments; Boundaries; Man standing in front of cairn reading plaque, with American and Canadian flags flying on either side.

18. Stone cairn with American and Canadian flags at Internation Peace Garden, Dunseith, N.D. Stone cairn with American and Canadian flags at Internation Peace Garden, Dunseith, N.D. Cairns; Flags; Flowers; Monuments; Boundaries; Looking over flowers and shrubbery towards stone cairn with American and Canadian flags on either side. Cairn marks the international boarder between the United States and Canada.

19. Geographic Center of North America monument, Rugby, N.D. Geographic Center of North America monument, Rugby, N.D. Monuments; Cairns; Geography; Monument built of stones on concrete pad, with sign visible on two sides "Geographic Center of North America."

20. Geographic Center of North America monument, Rugby, N.D. Geographic Center of North America monument, Rugby, N.D. Monuments; Cairns; Geography; Signs (Notices); Monument built of stones on concrete pad, with sign visible on two sides "Geographic Center of North America." Nearby is sign for the International Peace Gardens and two grain swathers in distance.
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