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Title: Ralph Hall

Dates: 1884-1910

Collection Number: 00687

Quantity: 31 items

Abstract: Images of Carrington, the Fort Totten area, and residents.

Provenance: The State Historical Society of North Dakota acquired the Ralph Hall collection, MSS 20731, from Ralph Harmon in November 1988. The photographs were separated from the Hall collection to create this one. Ralph Hall was Indian agent at Fort Totten.

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Citation: Researchers are requested to cite the collection title, collection name, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota in all footnote and bibliographic references.

PHOTOGRAPHS INVENTORY

00687-01              Two-story house, Carrington (ND)          
00687-02              Man seated in wicker chair in front of brick wall
00687-03              Kirkwood Hotel, Carrington (ND)             
00687-04              Main Street Looking East, Carrington (ND)
00687-05              Public Park, Carrington (ND) July 1916
00687-06              Catholic Church, Carrington (ND)
00687-07            Public School, Carrington (ND)
00687-08              Cornerstone setting, Carrington (ND)
00687-09              Interior Carrington Drug Company, Carrington (ND)
00687-10              Bird's eye view of Carrington (ND)
00687-11              Cattle on the Range                                       
00687-12              Fort Totten Indian School Band, Fort Totten (ND). Photographer: Fred C. Klapp
00687-13              Fort Totten (ND) Indian School students. Photographer: Fred C. Klapp
00687-14              Tikanye (Live Near); Charles Tikanye, Cantehniyaye (Shaking Heart), and Iwankena (Reclining Woman) in front of tipi
00687-15              Chief Red Dog, Turtle Mountains (ND). Photographer: H. D. Cooper, Devils Lake (ND) Same person as 0687-17
00687-16              Geo Hunt Matoinpako. Caption: "A well educated Indian who was an interpreter" F. D. Norton, D.D.S. New Rockford (ND)
00687-17              Chief Red Dog, Turtle Mountain (ND). Photographer: H.D. Cooper, Devils Lake (ND)
00687-18              Minnie H. Steamboat at landing at Fort Totten 1894. Photographer: A. W. Dewey, Jamestown (ND)
00687-19              Indian Encampment, Fort Totten (ND). Photographer: A. W. Dewey, Jamestown (ND) Donor: Marge Harmon
00687-20              Yellow Eyes (Mrs. Maza Wanapena), Devils Lake Sioux
00687-21              Two young Indian men, one seated in studio in front of painted background
00687-22              Grant, seated left, a white man married to an Indian, acted as interpreter. Right tribal chief Little Fish, who talked entirely with gestures 1884. They went to Washington DC to talk with Pres. Grover Cleveland. Photographer: J. Orville Johnson
00687-23              Group of Dancers in regalia standing together. Center three are Chippewa. George Hunt far right (Mato Inyanke-Running Bear) Brown on left. Man second from right has lariat & feather in hair signifying having stolen horse night before
00687-24              Cree Indian Sun Dancers No. 61. Photographer: Dan Dutro, Fort Benton (MT)
00687-25              Woman holding horse with travois and man on travois. Photographer: Dan Dutro, Fort Benton (MT)
00687-26 – 27     War Dance Group of Sioux Indians 1896. Ingersoll photo.
00687-28              Two costumed men standing in front of tipi 1896. Same men as in 0687-30. Ingersoll photo
00687-29              Sioux Indian in feathered headdress and bear claw necklace holding rifle and spear standing in front of log palisade. Ingersoll photo
00687-30              Two Sioux Indians standing in front of decorated tipi. Ingersoll photo
00687-31              Portrait of Mrs. Hall 1910

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