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Title: Whitestone Hill  
               
Dates: ca. 1850s-1940s

Collection Number: 00004

Quantity: 64 prints and uncounted negatives

Abstract: Photographs of Whitestone Hill and related images. Some images are copies of those contained in the Research Notebooks of Dr. Hal Porter Collection in MSS#10548.  Copies of photographs from other institutions in the collection are restricted.
               
Subjects include: General Alfred Sully, Whitestone Hill, Major Albert House, Chief Two Bears, Colonel David Wilson, William C.F. Field, Samual Pollock, Josiah Eveans, H.F. Eaton, General Sully, Francoise LaFramboise and children, Colonel R. P. Furnas, E. R. Kennedy, Lucius, Beeman, John J. Worlay, Fort Pierre, Seventh Iowa Cavalry, Prairie Battery, Indian Chiefs, Martin Futher, General Henry H. Sibley, James Ashburn, General John Pope, Chief Little Crow, Albert and Alberta Two Bears, Basil Two Bears, Frank Youngbear, James All Yellow, Agnes Looking Horse, Battle of Killdeer Tahkahokuty MT.

Provenance:  The Hal P. Porter Papers (MSS 10548) were donated to the State Historical Society of North Dakota by Porter in 1958. The photographs were separated from the Manuscript Collection.

Property Rights: The State Historical Society of North Dakota owns the property rights to this collection.
               
Copyrights: Copyrights to materials in this collection remain with the donor, publisher, author, or author's heirs.  Researchers should consult the 1976 Copyright Act, Public Law 94-553, Title 17, U.S. Code and an archivist at this repository if clarification of copyright requirements is needed.
               
Access: This collection is open under the rules and regulations of the State Historical Society of North Dakota. Some of the items in this collection may be for feference use only.
               
Citation: Researchers are requested to cite the collection title, collection number, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota in all footnote and bibliographic references.       

Related Collection:         
MSS 10548 Hal P. Porter Papers

PHOTO INVENTORY

00004-00001               Photo reproduction of 1893 Sully Painting of Whitestone Hill, ca. 1911
00004-00002               General Alfred Sully, ca. 1863
00004-00003               Indians Breaking Camp, ca. 1863
00004-00004               General Alfred Sully's Headquarters, ca. 1870
00004-00005               General Alfred Sully's Headquarters Wagon, ca. 1860
00004-00006               Chief Two Bears and Chiefs of Mandan, Gros Ventre, Sioux, ca. 1864
00004-00007               General Alfred Sully's Camp Headquarters, 1864
00004-00008               General Alfred Sully's Prairie Battery, ca. 1864
00004-00009               General Sully's troops in camp near Fort Berthold, 1864
00004-00010               Indian Village near Fort Pierre, ca. 1855
00004-00011               "Old Buffalo at Bay"- photographic reproduction of Painting by General Alfred Sully, ca. 1860
00004-00012               Sioux Indian maidens by Gen. Alfred Sully, 1855
00004-00013-1           John J. Worley - Private 2nd Nebraska Cavalry, ca. 1860
00004-00013-2           Major Albert E. House 6th Iowa Cavalry-negative, n.d.
00004-00014               Ten Veterans of Whitestone Hill, 6th Iowa Cavalry in Waukon (Iowa), ca. 1910
00004-00015               Lucius N. Beeman - 1st Lieutenant Company F 6th Iowa Cavalry, ca. 1860
00004-00016               Officers at General Alfred Sully's Headquarters, ca. 1860
00004-00017               E. R. Kennedy - 9th Indiana Infantry Whitestone Battlefield Park Committee Ludden ND, ca.1870
00004-00018               Colonel Robert W. Furnas and staff, 2nd Nebraska Cavalry, ca. 1863
00004-00019               Francois LaFramboise and children, ca. 1860
00004-00020               Encampment of troops, ca. 1860
00004-00021               H. F. Eaton Member of Whitestone Battlefield Park Committee, ca. 1870
00004-00022               Composite portraits of General Alfred Sully, Colonel Samuel M. Pollock, William C. Fifield and Josiah L. Evans, ca. 1860
00004-00023               Colonel David S. Wilson Commanding Officer 6th Iowa Cavalry, ca. 1860
00004-00024               Chief Two Bears, ca. 1877
00004-00025               Major Albert Emory House, ca. 1860
00004-00026               Theodorus Northrup, ca. 1890
00004-00027               General Alfred Sully's self-portrait with his favorite horse, ca. 1860
00004-00028               Harper's Weekly 1863 illustration of Cavalry Charge Sully's Brigade White Stone Hill, 1863
00004-00029               General Alfred Sully portrait copy, ca. 1850
00004-00030               General Alfred Sully portrait, ca. 1870
00004-00031               Julius C. Luce, 6th Iowa Cavalry, ca. 1900
00004-00032               William Barkhoff (6th Iowa Infantry) and his family, ca. 1870
00004-00033               James Ashburn, 6th Iowa Cavalry, ca. 1860
00004-00034               Captain James A. Goodrich, 2nd Nebraska Cavalry, ca. 1860
00004-00035               Sergeant Andrew T. Shanklin, 6th Iowa Cavalry, ca. 1900
00004-00036               Wesley A. Heath, 1st 6th Iowa Cavalry, ca. 1860
00004-00037               Basil Two Bears and Mato Cinca - Two Bears' relatives, ca. 1900
00004-00038               Bronze Plaque by Clinton Hess at Whitestone Hill, ca. 1942
00004-00039               Composite photo of Siver O. Wilson, Anton Hansen, Gabriel Larsen and an unidentified soldier, ca. 1860
00004-00040               Composite of Daniel Lewis, Henry Heral, Thomas Dyson and William W. Moore - Members of 6th Iowa Cavalry, ca. 1860
00004-00041               Composite of Martin D. Betts, Daniel W. Jones, Albert M. McKay and an unidentified soldier - Members of 6th Iowa Cavalry, ca. 1860
00004-00042               Composite of John O'Rourke, Thomas Olson, Wm. Taylor and William M. Fannon - members of 6th Iowa Cavalry, ca. 1860
00004-00043               Composite of James McIntosh Jr., Griffin Gager, Francis Swehla and an unidentified soldier - members of 6th Iowa Cavalry, ca. 1860
00004-00044               Composite of Robert Greer, Nels Jacobson, Osten Ostenson, and Embrick Evanson - members of 6th Iowa Cavalry, ca. 1860
00004-00045               Composite of Vaclav (James) Ployhart, Nicholas Overholt, John L. Williams and an unidentified soldier - members of 6th Iowa Cavalry, ca. 1860
00004-00046               Whitestone Memorial to Indians unveiled Whitestone Hill, 07/04/1942
00004-00047               Basil Two Bears, 07/04/1942
00004-00048               Alberta Two Bears, ca. 1940
00004-00049               Albert Two Bears, 1942
00004-00050               Chief Little Crow the Younger, ca. 1860
00004-00051               General John Pope, ca. 1860
00004-00052               James Ashburn, 6th Iowa Cavalry Veteran, ca. 1890
00004-00053               General Henry H. Sibley, ca. 1860
00004-00054               Martin Fuher, 1942
00004-00055               Colonel Robert Wilkinson Furnas, ca. 1870
00004-00056               Harper's Weekly account of Whitestone HIll, 10/31/1863
00004-00057               Moline Ill. Weekly Republican --Newspaper Article about skeletal remains in Dickey County (N.D.), 12/07/1883
00004-00058               Dickey County Leader --Newspaper article "The Skeleton Mystery,” 12/14/1883
00004-00059               Post Commandant and Post Surgeon's Quarters, Fort Berthold, 1855
00004-00060               General Henry H. Sibley, ca. 1860
00004-00062               General Sully's Supply Boats on the Missouri River, ca. 1860
00004-00063               Belden sketch "Stay Awhile,” ca. 1860
00004-00064               Battle of Killdeer Mountain (Tahkaokuty) drawing, 07/28/1864

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