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Sioux Indians, Standing Rock Reservation
A group of Dakota Indians consisting of three women, two men and one child, all dressed in ceremonial clothing.
Girls' dormitory, teacher's quarters at left
Dormitories; Water; Boarding schools;
Across body of water is a two-story building and smaller building on left.
Classroom interior at boarding school
School children; Boys; Girls; Interiors; Classrooms; Desks; Boarding schools;
Boys and girls seated at desks in school classroom.
Washing machines; Laundry; Boys; Girls; Interiors; Boarding schools;
Boys and girls working at various stations washing and ironing clothes.
Home economics class
Girls; Sewing; Classrooms; Schools; Boarding schools; Interiors; Clothing & dress; Nuns;
Catholic nun with group of girls, gathered around table, who are sewing. Examples of dresses and other clothing hanging from wall.
Sitting Bulls grave, Fort Yates, N.D.
Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Catholic churches; Cemeteries;
Cementery slab covering grave with small pile of cemented rocks at one end of grave. On each corner of grave are short cement columns with rod extending upward. Beyond grave is a fence and in distance...
Clara Bond Mason and horse, Selfridge, N.D.
Women; Horses; Hats; Gloves;
Clara Bond Mason standing next to a horse. She has a hat on her head and riding gloves on her hands.
Cannon Balls, natural rock formations from the Cannon Ball River District
Rock formations; Petrified wood; Skulls;
Four cannonball shaped rocks piled in front of a glass door. Also visible is several logs, perhaps some petrified wood, and a bison skull.
Girls; Dishwashing; Sweeping & dusting; Interiors; Boarding schools;
Girls around table washing dishes while another girl is sweeping the floor.
Sitting Bull grave marker
Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves; Fences;
Grave marker with inscription 'Sitting Bull, Indian, 1890.' with fence behind.
Mrs. Van Solen and her class in front of the first school building
Girls; Teachers; Students; Log buildings; Schools;
Group of Indian girls and woman standing outside log cabin.
Girls' dormitory and principal's quarters before completion. School engineer's cottage at rear left
Carts & wagons; Horses; Children; Dormitories; Water towers; Boarding schools;
In distance are two large buildings, with men in horse-drawn wagons in foreground. Between wagons and buildings are children standing on walkway.
Some of the girls attending the boarding school
Girls; Students; Uniforms; Nuns; Boarding schools;
Large group of girls all wearing the same school uniform. In back row are two Catholic nuns with older female students who are not wearing the uniform. Taken ouside of building.
Indian women and children outside log cabin
Women; Children; Log buildings;
Line of Indian women and children in line that extends in front of and beyond log cabin.
Second school building, the first boarding school
Log buildings; Snow; Schools; Boarding schools;
Long log building with three chimneys. In background the hills are partially covered in snow.
Kenapaupanee by tepee
Tipis; Men; Log buildings; Dogs;
Man sitting on haunches by tepee. Tepee partially visible in inside and on left is a log cabin with grass roof. Dog in foreground. Location unknown, but likely on Fort Yates reservation.
Mrs. Raymond Lyons with horse and carriage
Carriages & coaches; Horses; Women;
Mrs. Raymond Lyons standing, holding the reins of a horse attached to a carriage.
Gunda Reimer Berreth
Portrait of a young woman standing in a dress.
Raymond Lyons with his gun and his dog
Men; Dogs; Rifles; Doors & doorways;
Ray Lyons seated in the doorway of a building, holding a rifle. He is looking down at a dog that is standing between his legs.
Abner O'Neal steamboat docked at Fort Yates, N.D.
Steamboats; Laborers; Shipping; Rivers;
Shown docked at Fort Yates, N.D., is the stern wheel steamboat Abner O'Neal. Men with sacks on their shoulders are standing on the gang way. Other men are standing on shore, while more men and women are...
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