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1. Norman Kittson Trading Post at Walhalla after 1843 Norman Kittson Trading Post at Walhalla after 1843 Abandoned buildings; Fur trade; Frontier & pioneer life; Pioneers; Trading posts; Norman Kittson's trading post viewed from the front. The door and window are no longer present and the chimney is visible. Trees are in the background to the right.

2. Norman Kittson Trading Post, Walhalla N.D. Norman Kittson Trading Post, Walhalla N.D. Abandoned buildings; Fur trade; Frontier & pioneer life; Pioneers; Trading posts; Ruins of the Norman Kittson trading post. The roof has collapsed and the building lists to the left. An unidentified woman stands in front of the building.

3. Bourgeois House, Fort Union, Williams County, N.D. Bourgeois House, Fort Union, Williams County, N.D. Crowds; Flagpoles; Balconies; Forts & fortifications; People mill around in front of the Bourgeois house at Fort Union. People are also visible on the second floor balcony, which is decorated with bunting.

4. East palisade, Fort Union, Williams County, N.D. East palisade, Fort Union, Williams County, N.D. Forts & fortifications; Flagpoles; Weather vanes; A view of the east palisade at Fort Union. A bastion is visible at the corner, topped with a weathervane. A flagpole and the roof of the Bourgeois House is also visible over the top of the palisade.

5. Bourgeois House, Fort Union, Williams County, N.D. Bourgeois House, Fort Union, Williams County, N.D. Carts & wagons; Forts & fortifications; A view of the Bourgeois House at Fort Union in Williams County, N.D. A cart is parked in front of the house.

6. Southwest bastion, Fort Union, Williams County, N.D. Southwest bastion, Fort Union, Williams County, N.D. Forts & fortifications; Weather vanes; A view of the southwest bastion of Fort Union in Williams County, N.D. A weathervane is visible on top of the bastion.

7. Frederic Francis Gerard's letters to his daughters Frederic Francis Gerard's letters to his daughters Fur trade; Nuns; Correspondence; Fathers; Families; Insurance; Campaigns & battles; Boarding schools; Clergy; A series of four letters written by Frederic Francis Gerard to his four daughters. Gerard talks about General Custer and the Battle of the Little Bighorn, admonishes them for their homesickness at boarding...

8. Frederic Francis Gerard portrait Frederic Francis Gerard portrait Coats; Suits (Clothing); Portrait photographs; Frederic Francis Gerard sits posed for a photograph wearing a suit and heavy coat with fur trim.

9. Frederic Francis Gerard portrait Frederic Francis Gerard portrait Suits (Clothing); Portraits; Frederick Francis Gerard stands posed for a full length portrait in a St. Louis photo studio wearing a dark suit.

10. Assiniboine breaking camp at Fort Union Assiniboine breaking camp at Fort Union Forts & fortifications; Camps; Tipis; Horses; Fur trade; Trading posts; The Assinboine break camp near the location of Fort Union. Horses and tipis are visible in the camp. The flagpole and walls of the fort are visible at center.

11. Norman W. Kittson portrait Norman W. Kittson portrait Fur trade; Suits (Clothing); Beards; Portrait photographs; Norman W. Kittson sits posed for a portrait wearing a dark colored suit.

12. Norman Kittson's Warehouse, Walhalla, N.D. Norman Kittson's Warehouse, Walhalla, N.D. Warehouses; Wooden buildings; Trading posts; Fur trade; A view of a wooden warehouse used by Norman Kittson for his trading activities at Walhalla.

13. Henry A. Boller in Indian clothing Henry A. Boller in Indian clothing Portrait photographs; Henry A. Boller stands posed for a portrait. He is dressed in Indian clothing.

14. Henry A. Boller portrait Henry A. Boller portrait Portrait photographs; Henry Boller sits posed for a portrait. He wears a dark suit and tie with a white shirt.

15. Henry A. Boller portrait Henry A. Boller portrait Portrait photographs; Henry A. Boller stands for a portrait. He wears a dark suit and holds a dark hat in one hand.

16. View of Fort Union, Dakota Territory View of Fort Union, Dakota Territory Forts & fortifications; Blockhouses; Snow; View of the fort showing blockhouses on the right and left and the entrance just right of center. Snow is in the foreground.

17. Steamboat International at Hudson's Bay Company Warehouse at Fort Garry, Man. Steamboat International at Hudson's Bay Company Warehouse at Fort Garry, Man. Forts & fortifications; Warehouses; Steamboats; Rivers; Blockhouses; Military facilities; Grasses; A steamboat at a landing ouside a large, multi-storey wooden warehouse. There is a fort in the background, with the stockade, blockhouse and gate clearly visible. There is grass in the foreground.

18. Transportation display at museum, Belcourt, N.D. Transportation display at museum, Belcourt, N.D. Galleries & museums; Exhibitions; Carts & wagons; A Red River cart filled with fur trade and related items is part of a Transportation Since 1850 exhibit at a museum in Belcourt, possibly the Turtle Mountain Chippewa Heritage Center.

19. Kittson Trading Post, Walhalla, N.D. Kittson Trading Post, Walhalla, N.D. Wooden buildings; Fur trade; A view of the Kittson Trading Post building at Walhalla, N.D.

20. Kittson Trading Post warehouse, Walhalla, N.D. Kittson Trading Post warehouse, Walhalla, N.D. Warehouses; Wooden buildings; Fur trade; A view of a warehouse used by Norman Kittson for his trading activities at Walhalla.
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