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Title: Francis Kukowski

Dates: 1989-1993

Collection Number:  2013-P-045

Quantity: 1,770 items

Abstract: Color photographs of North Dakota towns taken by Kukowski between 1989-1993. Images include businesses, grain elevators, courthouses, post offices, views of main streets, schools, bridges, and train depots. 

Provenance: The collection was donated to the State Historical Society of North Dakota by Ruth Kukowski, Francis’ daughter, in September 2013.

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.
               
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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
from Forum (Fargo, ND) Nov. 8, 2011

Francis James Kukowski was born July 13, 1935, in Fargo (ND), the son of Frank and Agnes (Denery) Kukowski. He grew up and attended the country school in Georgetown (MN). Francis also attended St. John’s Prep School in Collegeville (MN) for two years. He graduated from Shanley High School in Fargo in 1953.

As a young man, he farmed with his father until he entered the U.S. Army. Francis served overseas in Germany, and traveled extensively in Europe. After discharge, he returned to farm near Georgetown. In 1959, he married Carol Myren. IN 1974 he married Kathleen Wilson. In 1996, he married Joan Diesch.

Francis loved to farm and care for his farmstead. His love of geography and history led him to become an accomplished amateur photographer. Francis also traveled to 17 different countries and 45 states. He has compiled a number of books of photographs,  including collections of grain elevators, bridges, churches and courthouses.

Francis passed away in rural Georgetown (MN) on November 4, 2011. Francis is survived by six children five grandchildren, a brother, and several  nieces and nephews.

PHOTOGRAPH INVENTORY

Item number/Description

Adams County:
Organized April 23, 1907 from a part of unorganized Hettinger County.  Named in honor of J. Q. Adams of Spencer, Iowa, a member of the territorial legislative assembly of 1887-1889 and one of the leading pioneers in southwestern North Dakota.
County Seat:  Hettinger
Area:  997 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-01   Adams County Courthouse, Hettinger (ND)
2013-P-045-02   Closed elevator at Bucyrus (ND)
2013-P-045-03   Closed elevator at Bucyrus (ND)
2013-P-045-04   The Haynes Equity Elevator, Haynes (ND)
2013-P-045-05   Farmers Elevator Co., Hettinger (ND)
2013-P-045-06   Post Office, Hettinger (ND)
2013-P-045-07   Burlington Northern Railroad Depot, Hettinger (ND)
2013-P-045-08   Reeder Equity and other elevators, Reeder (ND)
2013-P-045-09   Elevators, Reeder (ND)
2013-P-046-10   Post Office, Reeder (ND)

Barnes County:
Created January 14, 1875 by territorial legislature; present organization in 1878.  First named Burbank in honor of Governor John A. Burbank in office at time of organization.  Name changed later to Barnes in honor of Federal District Judge A. H. Barnes.
County Seat:  Valley City
Area:  1510 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-11   Barnes County Courthouse, Valley City (ND)
2013-P-045-12   Elevator, Berea (ND) (near Valley City (ND))
2013-P-045-13   Elevator, Cuba (ND)
2013-P-045-14   Old coal shed in Cuba (ND)
2013-P-045-15   Elevators (2 closed, 1 open) in Dazey (ND)
2013-P-045-16   Elevators (2 closed, 1 open) in Dazey (ND)
2013-P-045-17   Post Office, Dazey (ND)
2013-P-045-18   Elevator, Eastedge (ND) (ghost town)
2013-P-045-19   Old Peavey Elevator on a farm west of Lisbon – moved from Eastedge (ND)
2013-P-045-20   Elevator, Eckelson (ND)
2013-P-045-21   Elevator, Eckelson (ND)
2013-P-045-22   Elevator, Fingal (ND)
2013-P-045-23   Main Street, Fingal (ND)
2013-P-045-24   Farmers Elevator, Fingal (ND)
2013-P-045-25   Main Street, Fingal (ND)
2013-P-045-26   Old bank building and Post Office, Fingal (ND)
2013-P-045-27   Elevator, Hastings (ND)
2013-P-045-28   Elevator, Hastings (ND)
2013-P-045-29   Elevator, Hastings (ND)
2013-P-045-30   Elevator, Kathryn (ND)
2013-P-045-31   Farmers Mutual Elevator Co., Kathryn (ND)
2013-P-045-32   Main Street, Kathryn (ND)
2013-P-045-33   Main Street, Kathryn (ND)
2013-P-045-34   Post Office, Kathryn (ND)
2013-P-045-35   Elevator, Leal (ND)
2013-P-045-36   Post Office and Litchville State Bank, Litchville (ND)
2013-P-045-37   Main Street, Litchville (ND)
2013-P-045-38   Closed elevators, Litchville (ND)
2013-P-045-39   The intersection of the Burlington-Northern and Soo Line railroads at Lucca (ND)
2013-P-045-40   1st National Bank building, Nome (ND)
2013-P-045-41   1st National Bank building, Nome (ND)
2013-P-045-42   Nome (ND)
2013-P-045-43   Grocery store and Post Office, Nome (ND)
2013-P-045-44   Nome (ND)
2013-P-045-45   Post Office, Oriska (ND)
2013-P-045-46   School, Oriska (ND)
2013-P-045-47   Elevator, Peak (ND)
2013-P-045-48   Elevator, Peak (ND)
2013-P-045-49   Elevator, Pillsbury (ND)
2013-P-045-50   Elevator, Pillsbury (ND)
2013-P-045-51   Post Office, Pillsbury (ND)
2013-P-045-52   Old school, Pillsbury (ND)
2013-P-045-53   Elevator, Rogers (ND)
2013-P-045-54   Elevator and Seed Cleaning Plant, Rogers (ND)
2013-P-045-55   Farmers Elevator, Sanborn (ND)
2013-P-045-56   Elevator, Sanborn (ND)
2013-P-045-57   Post Office and water tower, Sanborn (ND)
2013-P-045-58   The Sibley Crossing at Lake Ashtabula (ND)
2013-P-045-59   Sibley Café at Sibley Crossing over Sheyenne River (Lake Ashtabula)
2013-P-045-60   Elevator, Urbana (ND)
2013-P-045-61   Elevator, Urbana (ND)
2013-P-045-62   Peavey Elevator, Valley City (ND)
2013-P-045-63   2 elevators, Valley City (ND)
2013-P-045-64   Post Office, Valley City (ND)
2013-P-045-65   Depot on Burlington-Northern railroad, Valley City (ND)
2013-P-045-66   The Rainbow Bridge – Concrete Bridge built in 1925 over the Sheyenne River, Valley City (ND)
2013-P-045-67   The High Line Bridge and Railroad Trestle over the Sheyenne River at Valley City (ND) – Opened May 20, 1908
2013-P-045-68   The High Line Bridge and Railroad Trestle over the Sheyenne River, Valley City (ND)
2013-P-045-69   Burlington-Northern Railroad Trestle, Valley City (ND)
2013-P-045-70   Burlington-Northern Railroad Trestle, Valley City (ND)
2013-P-045-71   High Line Bridge, Valley City (ND) (postcard)
2013-P-045-72   Frazier Farmers Union Elevator Co., Wimbledon (ND)
2013-P-045-73   Frazier Farmers Union Elevator Co., Wimbledon (ND) – This was the original Railroad Terminus of the old Mid-Continent Railroad Line, built about 1913 – now closed and abandoned
2013-P-045-74   Farmers Elevator Co., Wimbledon (ND)
2013-P-045-75   Post Office and café in Wimbledon (ND)
2013-P-045-76   Elevators, Wimbledon (ND)

Benson County:
Created by 1883 territorial legislature.  Organized June 9, 1883.  Named in honor of B. W. Benson, one of its members.  Formed from parts of Ramsey and DeSmet Counties. Boundaries were changed in 1885 and again in 1887.  Irregularly shaped because of Devils Lake shoreline
County Seat:  Minnewauken
Area:  1364 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-77   Benson County Courthouse, Minnewauken (ND)
2013-P-045-78   2 elevators (1 closed, Peavey), Baker (ND)
2013-P-045-79   Elevators, Baker (ND)
2013-P-045-80   Old elevator at Brinsmade (ND) (closed) on old Northern-Pacific Railroad to Leeds (abandoned)
2013-P-045-81   Elevator, Brinsmade (ND)
2013-P-045-82   Elevator, Brinsmade (ND)
2013-P-045-83   Post Office, Brinsmade (ND)
2013-P-045-84   Elevator, Esmond (ND)
2013-P-045 -85  Elevator, Esmond (ND)
2013-P-045-86   Post Office, Esmond (ND)
2013-P-045-87   Elevator (closed), Fillmore (ND)
2013-P-045-88   St. Ann’s Catholic Church (closed), Fillmore (ND) – built 1949
2013-P-045-89   2 elevators (closed), Flora (ND)
2013-P-045-90   Our Country Store, Flora (ND)
2013-P-045-91   Sioux School, Fort Totten (ND)
2013-P-045-92   2 elevators (closed), Josephine (ND)
2013-P-045-93   Farmers Union Elevator, Knox (ND)
2013-P-045-94   Post Office, Knox (ND)
2013-P-045-95   GTA Elevator, Leeds (ND)
2013-P-045-96   Farmers Elevator, Maddock (ND)
2013-P-045-97   Post Office, Maddock (ND)
2013-P-045-98   2 elevators, Minnewauken (ND)
2013-P-045-99   Niles (ND)
2013-P-045-100 Farmers Elevator, Oberon (ND)
2013-P-045-101 Lutheran Church, Oberon (ND)
2013-P-045-102 Elevator, Pleasant Lake (ND)
2013-P-045-103 Post Office and General Store, St. Michael (ND)
2013-P-045-104 Catholic Church, St. Michael (ND)
2013-P-045-105 Elevator with coal shed (closed), Tilden (ND)
2013-P-045-106 General store, Tokio (ND)
2013-P-045-107 Elevator, Warwick (ND)
2013-P-045-108 Post Office, Warwick (ND)
2013-P-045-109 Elevator, York (ND)
2013-P-045-110 Cargill elevator complex, York (ND)
2013-P-045-111 Post Office, York (ND)
2013-P-045-112 Elevator, Harlow (ND)
2013-P-045-113 Grain Bins, Harlow (ND)

Billings County:
Organized April 1886. Named in honor of Frederick Billings who was president of Northern Pacific Railroad and one of the largest landowners in the Northwest.  Noted for being the ranch home site of Marquis de Mores and former President Theodore Roosevelt. Is the location of the south unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Memorial Park.
County Seat:  Medora (named in honor of Medora (Hoffman), wife of Marquis de Mores)
Area:  1152 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-114 Billings County Court House, Medora (ND)
2013-P-045-115 Post Office, Fairfield (ND)
2013-P-045-116 4 Corners Café, Fairfield (ND)
2013-P-045-117 Elementary School, Fryburg (ND)
2013-P-045-118 Old chimney at De Mores Packing Plant, Medora (ND)
2013-P-045-119 Rough Riders Hotel, Medora (ND)
2013-P-045-120 Badlands near Medora (ND)
2013-P-045-121 Post Office, Medora (ND)

Bottineau County:
Organized July 22, 1884.  Named to perpetuate memory of Pierre Bottineau, and early French Canadian voyageur that was born in North Dakota.  Holds center place in northern tier of counties and includes most of Turtle Mountains.  International Peace Garden is located in this county.
County Seat:  Bottineau
Area:  1681 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-122 Bottineau County Courthouse (built 1976), Bottineau (ND)
2013-P-045-123 Antler Co-op Grain Company, Antler (ND)
2013-P-045-124 Main Street, Antler (ND)
2013-P-045-125 Elevator and old Great Northern Depot, Bottineau (ND)
2013-P-045-126 Great Northern Depot (closed), Bottineau (ND)
2013-P-045-127 Peavey Elevator (closed), Carbury (ND)
2013-P-045-128 Elevators, Dunning (ND)
2013-P-045-129 Eckman (ND)
2013-P-045-130 Elevator, Forfar (ND)
2013-P-045-131 Elevators, Gardena (ND)
2013-P-045-132 Hurd (ND)
2013-P-045-133 Old Dakota Maid Elevator, Kramer (ND)
2013-P-045-134 Elevator, Kramer (ND)
2013-P-045-135 Elevator, Kuroki (ND)
2013-P-045-136 Co-op Elevator, Landa (ND)
2013-P-045-137 Post Office, Landa (ND)
2013-P-045-138 Souris Grain Company Elevator on Soo Line Railroad, Lansford (ND)
2013-P-045-139 Soo Line Railroad workshop, Lansford (ND)
2013-P-045-140 Old bank building and Post Office, Lansford (ND)
2013-P-045-141 Old bank building, Maxbass (ND)
2013-P-045-142 Post Office, Maxbass (ND)
2013-P-045-143 Old red elevator, Newburg (ND)
2013-P-045-144 Co-op Elevator and Grain Company, Newburg (ND)
2013-P-045-145 Main Street, Omemee (ND)
2013-P-045-146 Co-op Elevator, Overly (ND)
2013-P-045-147 Old Land & Loan Office, Overly (ND)
2013-P-045-148 The Renville Corner, Highway 5 & 83
2013-P-045-149 2 elevators (closed), Roth (ND)
2013-P-045-150 Souris River Grain Co-op Elevator, Russell (ND)
2013-P-045-151 Souris Co-op Elevator Company, Souris (ND)
2013-P-045-152 Old GTA Elevator and water tower, Souris (ND)
2013-P-045-153 Farmers Elevator, Westhope (ND)
2013-P-045-154 Farmers Elevator Company, Willow City (ND)
2013-P-045-155 Post Office and bank, Willow City (ND)

Bowman County:
Organized June 11, 1907.  Named in memory of E.M. Bowman, a member of the 1883 Territorial Legislature.
County Seat:  Bowman
Area:  1164 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-156 Bowman County Courthouse, Bowman (ND)
2013-P-045-157 Elevators, Bowman (ND)
2013-P-045-158 Post Office, Bowman (ND)
2013-P-045-159 Buffalo Springs (ND)
2013-P-045-160 Farmers elevator (closed), Gascoyne (ND)
2013-P-045-161 Old Gascoyne Lumber Company (closed), Gascoyne (ND)
2013-P-045-162 Elevator, Griffin (ND)
2013-P-045-163 Main Street, Haley (ND)
2013-P-045-164 Old Haley Bridge (built in 1910, now closed) over North Branch of the Grand River near Haley (ND)
2013-P-045-165 3 elevators, Rhame (ND)
2013-P-045-166 Post Office, Rhame (ND)
2013-P-045-167 Scranton Grain Company Elevator, Scranton (ND)
2013-P-045-168 Farmers Equity Elevator, Scranton (ND)
2013-P-045-169 Water tower, Scranton (ND)
2013-P-045-170 Post Office, Scranton (ND)

Burke County:
Organized in 1908 from northwestern townships of Ward County.  Named in honor of former Governor John Burke, who was also United States Treasurer during President Wilson’s administration.
County Seat:  Bowbells
Area:  1113 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-171 Burke County Court House, Bowbells (ND)
2013-P-045-172 2 Peavey elevators (closed), Battleview (ND)
2013-P-045-173 Elevator Complex, Bowbells (ND)
2013-P-045-174 Elevator (closed), Columbus (ND)
2013-P-045-175 Post Office, Columbus (ND)
2013-P-045-176 Farmers Elevator Company (closed), Coteau (ND)
2013-P-045-177 Abandoned School, Coteau (ND)
2013-P-045-178 Post Office, Flaxton (ND)
2013-P-045-179 The Triangle Bar, Larson (ND)
2013-P-045-180 GTA Elevator, Lignite (ND)
2013-P-045-181 GTA Elevator, Lignite (ND)
2013-P-045-182 Post Office, Lignite (ND)
2013-P-045-183 Post Office, Lignite (ND)
2013-P-045-184 Old Depot, Lignite (ND) (moved to Jct. of highways 8-5 & 52)
2013-P-045-185 Occident Elevator, Northgate (ND)
2013-P-045-186 Elevator, Portal (ND)
2013-P-045-187 Post Office, Portal (ND)
2013-P-045-188 Water tower, Portal (ND)
2013-P-045-189 Grand View Hotel (built 1903), Portal (ND)
2013-P-045-190 Elevator, Powers Lake (ND)
2013-P-045-191 Old Depot, Powers Lake (ND)
2013-P-045-192 Old Red Victoria Elevator, Rival (ND)
2013-P-045-193 Elevator, Stampede (ND)
2013-P-045-194 Woburn (ND)

Burleigh County:
Organized September 25, 1873.  Named in honor of Dr. Walter A. Burleigh, Indian
Agent and trader, Delegate to Congress and builder of fifty miles of Northern Pacific
Railway Company roadbed and track.  Bordered on the west by the Missouri River and is
linked to Morton County by the Northern Pacific Railway Bridge and the Memorial
Highway Bridge.
County Seat:  Bismarck (Also the capitol city of the State of North Dakota)
Area:  1651 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-195 North Dakota State Capitol Building, Bismarck (ND)
2013-P-045-196 North Dakota State Capitol Building, Bismarck (ND)
2013-P-045-197 Old State Capitol Building burning, Bismarck (ND)
2013-P-045-198 Burleigh County Courthouse, Bismarck (ND)
2013-P-045-199 2 old Peavey elevators (closed), Arena (ND)
2013-P-045-200 Post Office (closed) and gas pumps, Arena (ND)
2013-P-045-201 School (built 1922), Arena (ND)
2013-P-045-202 Arnold (ND)
2013-P-045-203 Peavey Elevator, Baldwin (ND)
2013-P-045-204 Peavey Elevator, Baldwin (ND)
2013-P-045-205 Post Office, Baldwin (ND)
2013-P-045-206 The old Northern-Pacific Depot, Bismarck (ND)
2013-P-045-207 The Bismarck-Mandan Memorial Bridge over Missouri River on Old Highway 10 (built 1920)
2013-P-045-208 The Bismarck-Mandan Memorial Bridge – taken from Bismarck side looking west
2013-P-045-209 The Northern-Pacific Railroad Bridge on the Missouri River, Bismarck (ND)
2013-P-045-210 The Burlington-Northern (old NPRR) Bridge, Bismarck (ND)
2013-P-045-211 Post Office and Federal Building, Bismarck (ND)
2013-P-045-212 The Burlington-Northern Railroad Bridge, Bismarck (ND)
2013-P-045-213 Apple Valley (ND) (co-op – suburb of Bismarck (ND))
2013-P-045-214 Farmers Elevator Co., Driscoll (ND)
2013-P-045-215 Driscoll (ND)
2013-P-045-216 Post Office and Main Street, Driscoll (ND)
2013-P-045-217 Lincoln (ND)
2013-P-045-218 Elevator, McKenzie (ND)
2013-P-045-219 McKenzie Grain Co., McKenzie (ND)
2013-P-045-220 Post Office, Menoken (ND)
2013-P-045-221 Burlington-Northern and Soo Line Railroad Junction, McKenzie (ND)
2013-P-045-222 Grocery Store, McKenzie (ND)
2013-P-045-223 Salter Grain & Feed Co., Menoken (ND)
2013-P-045-224 Post Office, Moffit (ND)
2013-P-045-225 Elevator, Regan (ND)
2013-P-045-226 Post Office, Regan (ND)
2013-P-045-227 Elevator, Sterling (ND)
2013-P-045-228 Farmers Elevator Co., Sterling (ND)
2013-P-045-229 Post Office, Sterling (ND)
2013-P-045-230 Old water tank, Still (ND)
2013-P-045-231 Farmers Co-op Association Elevator, Wing (ND)
2013-P-045-232 Post Office, Wing (ND)
2013-P-045-233 Elevator (closed), Brittin (ND)
2013-P-045-234 Elevator (closed), Brittin (ND)

Cass County:
Organized October 27, 1873. Named in memory of George W. Cass, former President of Northern Pacific Railway Company. Located in center of famed Red River Valley which is one of the most fertile areas in the world. 
County Seat:  Fargo
Area:  1763 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-235 Cass County Court House, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-236 Cass County Court House, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-237 Cass County Court House, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-238 United Methodist Church, Absaraka (ND)
2013-P-045-239 Marek Mercantile, Absaraka (ND)
2013-P-045-240 Miller Elevator Co., Absaraka (ND)
2013-P-045-241 School, Absaraka (ND)
2013-P-045-242 Town Hall, Addison (ND)
2013-P-045-243 Canaan Moravian Church (built in 1914), near Addison, Durbin, Davenport, and Lynchburg (ND)
2013-P-045-244 Peavey Elevator (closed), Alice (ND)
2013-P-045-245 Elevator, Alice (ND)
2013-P-045-246 Post Office, Alice (ND)
2013-P-045-247 Amenia (ND)
2013-P-045-248 Grain Bins, Amenia (ND)
2013-P-045-249 Elevator, Argusville (ND)
2013-P-045-250 The Georgetown Red River Bridge, Georgetown, MN
2013-P-045-251 Elevator (closed), Argusville (ND)
2013-P-045-252 Elevator, Arthur (ND)
2013-P-045-253 Arthur Farmers Elevator Co., Arthur (ND)
2013-P-045-254 Arthur (ND)
2013-P-045-255 Arthur (ND)
2013-P-045-256 Arthur Elevator Co., Ayr (ND)
2013-P-045-257 Elevator and bins, Ayr (ND)
2013-P-045-258 Ayr (ND)
2013-P-045-259 Elevator, Ayr (ND)
2013-P-045-260 Store, Ayr (ND)
2013-P-045-261 Old bank, Ayr (ND)
2013-P-045-262 Peavey Elevator (closed), Buffalo (ND)
2013-P-045-263 Post Office, Buffalo (ND)
2013-P-045-264 Post Office, Casselton (ND)
2013-P-045-265 International Multifoods Elevator Complex, Casselton (ND)
2013-P-045-266 Icy trees after snow near Casselton (ND)
2013-P-045-267 Bank building, Casselton (ND)
2013-P-045-268 The Knight Block, Casselton (ND)
2013-P-045-269 Surrey Junction Switch near Casselton (ND)
2013-P-045-270 Farmers Elevator, Chaffee (ND)
2013-P-045-271 Post Office, Chaffee (ND)
2013-P-045-272 The Chaffee Line Junction near Davenport (ND)
2013-P-045-273 Peavey Elevator (closed), Davenport (ND)
2013-P-045-274 Peavey Elevator (closed), Davenport (ND)
2013-P-045-275 Community Center, Davenport (ND)
2013-P-045-276 Railroad Junction, Davenport (ND)
2013-P-045-277 Peavey Elevator, Durbin (ND)
2013-P-045-278 Soybean pile, Durbin (ND)
2013-P-045-279 Burlington-Northern tracks heading northwest into Durbin (ND)
2013-P-045-280 Old school, Durbin (ND)
2013-P-045-281 Farmers Grain Co., Embden (ND)
2013-P-045-282 Post Office, Erie (ND)
2013-P-045-283 Old bank building, Erie (ND)
2013-P-045-284 Erie Junction on the Burlington-Northern Railroad
2013-P-045-285 Old Northern-Pacific Depot, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-286 Old wooden building – NP Ave. & 9th, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-287 St. Mary’s Cathedral (built 1898), Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-288 First Lutheran Church (built 1919), Fargo (ND)    
2013-P-045-289 St. Mary’s Cathedral, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-290 The old Dakota Business College building (8th Street South), Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-291 Part of the old Dakota Business College building (built 1919) on 8th St. S., Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-292 The old Dakota Business College building (built 1884), Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-293 West Acres Mall, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-294 Gardner (ND)
2013-P-045-295 Post Office, Gardner (ND)
2013-P-045-296 Elevator, Grandin (ND)
2013-P-045-297 Grain Bins, Grandin (ND)
2013-P-045-298 Elevators, Grandin (ND)
2013-P-045-299 Elevator Complex, Grandin (ND)
2013-P-045-300 Post Office, Grandin (ND)
2013-P-045-301 Elevator, Harwood (ND)
2013-P-045-302 Elevator, Harwood (ND)
2013-P-045-303 Post Office, Harwood (ND)
2013-P-045-304 Harwood State Bank, Harwood (ND)
2013-P-045-305 Old Harwood State Bank, Harwood (ND)
2013-P-045-306 Elevator, Hickson (ND)
2013-P-045-307 Elevator, Horace (ND)
2013-P-045-308 Horace (ND)
2013-P-045-309 Main Street, Horace (ND)
2013-P-045-310 Farmers Elevator, Horace (ND)
2013-P-045-311 Farmers Elevator, Horace (ND)
2013-P-045-312 Post Office, Horace (ND)
2013-P-045-313 Ground drifting west of Horace (ND)
2013-P-045-314 Water tower, Horace (ND)
2013-P-045-315 Bridge over Sheyenne River (built ca. 1906), Horace (ND)
2013-P-045-316 Elevator, Horace (ND)
2013-P-045-317 Hunter Grain Co., Hunter (ND)
2013-P-045-318 Elevator, Hunter (ND)
2013-P-045-319 Elevator, Hunter (ND)
2013-P-045-320 Hunter Grain Co., Hunter (ND)
2013-P-045-321 Post Office, Hunter (ND)
2013-P-045-322 Farmers Elevator, Kindred (ND)
2013-P-045-323 Kindred Elevator, Kindred (ND)
2013-P-045-324 Kindred State Bank, Kindred (ND)
2013-P-045-325 Post Office, Kindred (ND)
2013-P-045-326 Post Office, Leonard (ND)
2013-P-045-327 Elevator, Lynchburg (ND)
2013-P-045-328 A Burlington-Northern engine and train at Dalrymple elevator between Casselton and Mapleton (ND)
2013-P-045-329 Elevator (closed), Mapleton (ND)
2013-P-045-330 Elevator, Mapleton (ND)
2013-P-045-331 Post Office, Mapleton (ND)
2013-P-045-332 Post Office and water tower, Mapleton (ND)
2013-P-045-333 Water tower, Mapleton (ND)
2013-P-045-334 Elevator, Myra (ND) (near Casselton)
2013-P-045-335 Oxbow (ND) (now an incorporated village)
2013-P-045-336 Post Office, Page (ND)
2013-P-045-337 The Nolan Junction, south of Page (ND)
2013-P-045-338 Farmers Elevator, Prosper (ND)
2013-P-045-339 Prosper Farmers Elevator Co., Prosper (ND)
2013-P-045-340 Abandoned depot, Prosper (ND)
2013-P-045-341 Farmers Elevator, Prosper (ND)
2013-P-045-342 Sundown at Prosper (ND)
2013-P-045-343 Sunset at Prosper (ND)
2013-P-045-344 Sunset at Prosper (ND)
2013-P-045-345 Prosper (ND)
2013-P-045-346 Elevator, Prosper (ND)
2013-P-045-347 Elevator, Prosper (ND)
2013-P-045-348 Old Country School north of Prosper (ND)
2013-P-045-349 Prosper Farmers Elevator, Prosper (ND)
2013-P-045-350 Reiles Acres (ND)
2013-P-045-351 Riverside (ND) sign (West Fargo and Riverside have merged into one city as of 10-1-88)
2013-P-045-352 St. Benedict (ND)
2013-P-045-353 Elevator, Tower City (ND)
2013-P-045-354 Water tower, Tower City (ND)
2013-P-045-355 Vance Junction, Vance (ND) (between Amenia and Casselton (ND))
2013-P-045-356 Warren Tavern, Warren (ND)
2013-P-045-357 Interstate Seed Co. Elevator, West Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-358 Goldberg Elevator, West Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-359 West Fargo (ND) (from the west on Highway 10)
2013-P-045-360 Busch Storage Bins facility, West Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-361 Water tower, West Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-362 Busch Bins Complex, West Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-363 Goldberg Elevator and bin complex, West Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-364 Bridge (3 miles south of West Fargo (ND) on the Sheyenne River
2013-P-045-365 Sheyenne River bridge (south of West Fargo – built about 1910-20?)
2013-P-045-366 Farmers Elevator, Wheatland (ND)
2013-P-045-367 Wheatland (ND)
2013-P-045-368 The Wheatland Township Hall (at Bonanzaville)
2013-P-045-369 Wild Rice (ND)
2013-P-045-370 Old wooden dam on the Wild Rice River near Wild Rice (ND)
2013-P-045-371 Elevator, Woods (ND)
2013-P-045-372 Sunset west of Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-373 Woods elevator at sundown, Woods (ND)
2013-P-045-374 Newman (ND) site – Elevator moved, Beet dump dismantled in 1963, Northwest of Prosper (ND) on BNRR Surrey cutoff

Cavalier County:
Organized July 8, 1885.  Named to honor Charles Cavalier, believed to be the first white settler to establish permanent residence in North Dakota and long-time postmaster at Pembina.  He settled first in Pembina County and lived in the Red River Valley about 50 years.
County Seat:  Langdon
Area:  1494 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-375 Cavalier County Court House, Langdon (ND)
2013-P-045-376 Elevator, Alsen (ND)
2013-P-045-377 Post Office, Alsen (ND)
2013-P-045-378 Main Street, Calio (ND)
2013-P-045-379 Farmers Elevator, Calvin (ND)
2013-P-045-380 Elevator, Clyde (ND)
2013-P-045-381 Elevator (closed), Dresden (ND)
2013-P-045-382 Peavey Elevators, Eastby (ND)
2013-P-045-383 Farmers Elevator Co, Hannah (ND)
2013-P-045-384 St. Alphonsus Catholic Church, Langdon (ND)
2013-P-045-385 Old elevator, Langdon (ND)
2013-P-045-386 Elevator, Langdon (ND)
2013-P-045-387 Post Office, Langdon (ND)
2013-P-045-388 New depot, Langdon (ND)
2013-P-045-389 Elevator (closed), Loma (ND)
2013-P-045-390 Main Street and Border Station, Maida (ND)
2013-P-045-391 Elevator, Milton (ND)
2013-P-045-392 Post Office, Milton (ND)
2013-P-045-393 Cement silo elevator, Milton (ND)
2013-P-045-394 Old Victoria Elevator, Milton (ND)
2013-P-045-395 Main Street, Milton (ND)
2013-P-045-396 Catholic Church, Mt. Carmel (ND)
2013-P-045-397 Elevator, Munich (ND)
2013-P-045-398 Elevator, Munich (ND)
2013-P-045-399 Post Office, Munich (ND)
2013-P-045-400 Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Olga (ND)
2013-P-045-401 First State Bank, Osnabrock (ND)
2013-P-045-402 Post Office and café, Osnabrock (ND)
2013-P-045-403 Farmers Elevator, Osnabrock (ND)
2013-P-045-404 Elevators, Osnabrock (ND)
2013-P-045-405 Old Railroad “Y” – end of BN line, Sarles (ND)
2013-P-045-406 Elevator (closed), Sarles (ND)
2013-P-045-407 Anthony & Dakota elevator (closed), Union (ND)
2013-P-045-408 Post Office and Store, Union (ND)
2013-P-045-409 Zion Lutheran Church, Union ND
2013-P-045-410 Aspelund Free Lutheran Church, Vang (ND)
2013-P-045-411 Peavey Elevator, Wales (ND)
2013-P-045-412 Peavey Elevator (closed), Wales (ND)
2013-P-045-413 Store (closed in 1937) and post office (closed in 1935), Mona (ND)
2013-P-045-414 Elevator, Weaver (ND)
2013-P-045-415 Elevator and old Soo Line Railroad depot, Nekoma (ND)

Dickey County:
Organized August 1881.  Named in memory of Alfred Dickey, Sr., a business associate of C.P. Wells, who introduced the bill creating the county.  Mr. Dickey, of Jamestown, was a former lieutenant governor who was intimately connected with early Dakota Territory.
County Seat:  Ellendale
Area:  1142 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-416 Dickey County Court House, Ellendale (ND)
2013-P-045-417 Main Street, Ellendale (ND)
2013-P-045-418 Farmers Union Elevator, Ellendale (ND)
2013-P-045-419 Elevator, Forbes (ND)
2013-P-045-420 Post Office, Forbes (ND)
2013-P-045-421 Bin complex, Fullerton (ND)
2013-P-045-422 Elevator, Fullerton (ND)
2013-P-045-423 Post Office, Fullerton (ND)
2013-P-045-424 Post Office, Fullerton (ND)
2013-P-045-425 Main Street, Fullerton (ND)
2013-P-045-426 The “Carroll House” (built around 1889), Fullerton (ND)
2013-P-045-427 Elevator, Fullerton (ND)
2013-P-045-428 Glover (ND)
2013-P-045-429 Farmers Elevator, Guelph (ND)
2013-P-045-430 Tavern, Ludden (ND)
2013-P-045-431 Elevator, Merricourt (ND)
2013-P-045-432 Post Office, Merricourt (ND)
2013-P-045-433 Elevator, Monango (ND)
2013-P-045-434 Post Office, Monango (ND)
2013-P-045-435 Oakes Grain Co., Oakes (ND)
2013-P-045-436 Oakes Elevator & Supply Co., Oakes (ND)
2013-P-045-437 Soo Line Railroad Depot, Oakes (ND)
2013-P-045-438 Post Office, Oakes (ND)
2013-P-045-439 Oakes (ND)
2013-P-045-440 Old Flour Mill, Oakes (ND)

Divide County:
Organized December 9, 1910.  Name features local geographic make-up of range hills crossing area from northwest to southeast and dividing drainage of Mouse River and Missouri River territory.
County Seat:  Crosby
Area:  1270 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-441 Divide County Court House, Crosby (ND)
2013-P-045-442 Elevator, Alkabo (ND)
2013-P-045-443 Farmers Elevator Co., Ambrose (ND)
2013-P-045-444 Main Street, Ambrose (ND)
2013-P-045-445 Farmers Elevator Co., Colgan (ND)
2013-P-045-446 Elevator (closed), Crosby (ND)
2013-P-045-447 Farmers Elevator, Crosby (ND)
2013-P-045-448 Crosby-Noonan Co-op Elevator, Crosby (ND)
2013-P-045-449 Main Street, Crosby (ND)
2013-P-045-450 Farmers Elevator Co., Fortuna (ND)
2013-P-045-451 Post Office, Fortuna (ND)
2013-P-045-452 View from “Writing Rock” – Southwest of Fortuna (ND)
2013-P-045-453 Red elevator, Kermit (ND)
2013-P-045-454 Farmers Co-op Elevator, Noonan (ND)
2013-P-045-455 Post Office, Noonan (ND)
2013-P-045-456 Stady (ND)

Dunn County:
Organized January 17, 1908.  Named for John P. Dunn, one of the earliest western North Dakota pioneers, former druggist, and Mayor of Bismarck.  Formed from unorganized territory by governor’s proclamation and with its organization the last unorganized territory disappeared from the North Dakota map.
County Seat:  Manning
Area:  2084 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-457 Dunn County Courthouse, Manning (ND)
2013-P-045-458 Elevator (closed), Dodge (ND)
2013-P-045-459 Post Office, Dodge (ND)
2013-P-045-460 Elevators, Dunn Center (ND)
2013-P-045-461 Post Office, Dunn Center (ND)
2013-P-045-462 Elevator, Halliday (ND)
2013-P-045-463 Main Street, Halliday (ND)
2013-P-045-464 Post Office, Halliday (ND)
2013-P-045-465 Post Office, Killdeer (ND)
2013-P-045-466 3 elevators, Killdeer (ND)
2013-P-045-467 The Lost Bridge (built 1930) over the Little Missouri River on Highway 22 north of Killdeer (ND)
2013-P-045-468 Post Office, Manning (ND)
2013-P-045-469 Post Office, Marshall (ND)
2013-P-045-470 Catholic Church, New Hradec (ND)
2013-P-045-471 Water tower, Twin Buttes (ND)
2013-P-045-472 4 Bears monument at Twin Buttes (ND)
2013-P-045-473 Peavey elevator, Werner (ND)
2013-P-045-474 Old bridge (build before 1900?) near Werner (ND)

Eddy County:
Organized April 27, 1885.  Named in memory of E.B. Eddy, long time active figure in eastern North Dakota development and founder of First National Bank in Fargo. Early settlers were largely from Scandinavian countries.
County Seat:  New Rockford
Area:  651 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-475 Eddy County Court House, New Rockford (ND)
2013-P-045-476 Eddy County Court House, New Rockford (ND)
2013-P-045-477 GTA Elevator at Brantford (ND)
2013-P-045-478 School (closed), Brantford (ND)
2013-P-045-479 Elevator, Hamar (ND)
2013-P-045-480 Post Office (closed), Hamar (ND)
2013-P-045-481 Farmers Elevator Co., New Rockford (ND)
2013-P-045-482 Railroad trestle over the James River, Southeast of New Rockford (ND)
2013-P-045-483 Sheyenne Equity Elevator, Sheyenne (ND)
2013-P-045-484 Sheyenne Farmers Grain Co., Sheyenne (ND)
2013-P-045-485 The stockyard, Dundas (ND)

Emmons County:
Organized November 9, 1883.  Named for James A. Emmons, early Burleigh County pioneer and former post trader at Camp Hancock, Bismarck.  West line of county borders Missouri River.
County Seat:  Linton
Area:  1562 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-486 Emmons County Court House, Linton (ND)
2013-P-045-487 Emmons County Court House, Linton (ND)
2013-P-045-488 2 elevators, Braddock (ND)
2013-P-045-489 Post Office, Braddock (ND)
2013-P-045-490 Farmers Elevator Co., Hague (ND)
2013-P-045-491 Post Office, Hague (ND)
2013-P-045-492 St. Mary’s Catholic Church (built 1929), Hague (ND)
2013-P-045-493 Elevators, Hazelton (ND)
2013-P-045-494 Farmers Elevator, Hazelton (ND)
2013-P-045-495 Post Office, Hazelton (ND)
2013-P-045-496 Christian Reform Church, Hull (ND)
2013-P-045-497 Elevator, Kintyre (ND)
2013-P-045-498 Church, Krassna (ND)
2013-P-045-499 The old Northern-Pacific and Milwaukee Railroad shop, Linton (ND)
2013-P-045-500 The old Northern-Pacific and Milwaukee Railroad shop, Linton (ND)
2013-P-045-501 Post Office, Linton (ND)
2013-P-045-502 Farmers Elevator, Linton (ND)
2013-P-045-503 Linton (ND)
2013-P-045-504 Elevator, Linton (ND)
2013-P-045-505 Farmers Elevator Co., Strasburg (ND)
2013-P-045-506 Post Office and water tower, Strasburg (ND)
2013-P-045-507 St. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Strasburg (ND)
2013-P-045-508 Elevator and Depot (both closed), Temvik (ND)
2013-P-045-509 Hope Reform Church, Westfield (ND)
2013-P-045-510 Bakken Public School, Westfield (ND)

Foster County:
Organized October 11, 1883.  Named in honor of James S. Foster, a Territorial pioneer of the 1860’s who was appointed territorial commissioner of immigration in 1871 and spent his life in western development.
County Seat:  Carrington
Area:  644 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-511 Foster County Court House, Carrington (ND)
2013-P-045-512 Foster County Court House, Carrington (ND)
2013-P-045-513 Grain storage complex, Bordulac (ND)
2013-P-045-514 Elevator and old railroad dining coach, Barlow (ND)
2013-P-045-515 GTA Elevator, Carrington (ND)
2013-P-045-516 GTA Elevator, Carrington (ND)
2013-P-045-517 Cargill Elevator, Carrington (ND)
2013-P-045-518 Post Office, Carrington (ND)
2013-P-045-519 Peavey Elevator, Carrington (ND)
2013-P-045-520 Glenfield (ND)
2013-P-045-521 Peavey Elevator, Glenfield (ND)
2013-P-045-521a Post Office, Glenfield (ND)
2013-P-045-522 Farmers Elevator, Grace City (ND)
2013-P-045-523 Bin Complex, Grace City (ND)
2013-P-045-524 Main Street, Grace City (ND)
2013-P-045-525 Post Office, Grace City (ND)
2013-P-045-526 Juanita (ND)
2013-P-045-527 Juanita (ND)
2013-P-045-528 Elevators (closed), McHenry (ND)
2013-P-045-529 Peavey and Farmers Elevator, McHenry (ND)
2013-P-045-530 Post Office, McHenry (ND)
2013-P-045-531 Elevators and railroad loop, McHenry (ND)
2013-P-045-532 Old Depot and caboose, McHenry (ND)
2013-P-045-533 Old Depot and caboose, McHenry (ND)
2013-P-045-534 Melville (ND)
2013-P-045-535 Melville (ND)
2013-P-045-536 Millers Spur (ND)

Golden Valley County:
Organized November 12, 1912, out of part of Billings County.  Named for Golden Valley Land and Cattle Company of St. Paul, Minnesota, which operated in this vicinity.
County Seat:  Beach
Area:  1008 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-537 Golden Valley County Court House, Beach (ND)
2013-P-045-538 Hall, Alpha (ND)
2013-P-045-539 Peavey elevator, Beach (ND)
2013-P-045-540 Beach Co-op Elevator Co., Beach (ND)
2013-P-045-541 A.P. Kukowski homestead, Beach (ND)
2013-P-045-542 Fahlstrom Grain Co. Elevator, Beach (ND)
2013-P-045-543 Post Office, Beach (ND)
2013-P-045-544 Northern-Pacific Depot and Railroad tracks, Beach (ND)
2013-P-045-545 Farmers Co-op Elevator, Golva (ND)
2013-P-045-546 Post Office, Golva (ND)
2013-P-045-547 Post Office, Golva (ND)
2013-P-045-548 Power line south of Beach (ND)
2013-P-045-549 Farmers Elevator (closed), Sentinel Butte (ND)
2013-P-045-550 Farmers Elevator (closed), Sentinel Butte (ND)
2013-P-045-551 Post Office, Sentinel Butte (ND)
2013-P-045-552 View from the top of The Sentinel Butte, Sentinel Butte (ND)
2013-P-045-553 View from the top of The Sentinel Butte, Sentinel Butte (ND)
2013-P-045-554 School (closed), Sentinel Butte (ND)
2013-P-045-555 Occident Elevators (closed), Thelen (ND)
2013-P-045-556 Old hall or school, Westerheim (ND)
2013-P-045-557 Post Office, Trotters (ND)

Grand Forks County:
Organized March 2, 1875.  Named for junction of Red Lake River, Red River of the North, and the Tongue River.  Situated in important wheat producing area of Red River Valley. 
County Seat:  Grand Forks
Area:  1433 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-558 Grand Forks County Court House, Grand Forks (ND)
2013-P-045-559 Elevator, Arvilla (ND)
2013-P-045-560 Post Office, Arvilla (ND)
2013-P-045-561 Elevator, Emerado (ND)
2013-P-045-562 Farmers Elevator, Emerado (ND)
2013-P-045-563 Post Office and church, Emerado (ND)
2013-P-045-564 Elevator, Gilby (ND)
2013-P-045-565 Elevator, Gilby (ND)
2013-P-045-566 Post Office, Gilby (ND)
2013-P-045-567 State Mill & Elevator, Grand Forks (ND)
2013-P-045-568 Post Office, Grand Forks (ND)
2013-P-045-569 The Kennedy Bridge on US Highway 2, Grand Forks (ND)
2013-P-045-570 The Kennedy Bridge (built 1964), Grand Forks (ND)
2013-P-045-571 Methodist Church, Holmes (ND)
2013-P-045-572 Elevator, Honeyford (ND)
2013-P-045-573 Elevator, Honeyford (ND)
2013-P-045-574 Inkster Bean Co. Elevator, Inkster (ND)
2013-P-045-575 Elevator, Inkster (ND)
2013-P-045-576 Post Office, Inkster (ND)
2013-P-045-577 Post Office and General Store, Johnstown (ND)
2013-P-045-578 Grain Loading Station, Kempton (ND)
2013-P-045-579 Elevator, Larimore (ND)
2013-P-045-580 Farmers Elevator Co., Larimore (ND)
2013-P-045-581 Post Office, Larimore (ND)
2013-P-045-582 Depot and Elevator, Larimore (ND)
2013-P-045-583 Elevator, Manvel (ND)
2013-P-045-584 Post Office, Manvel (ND)
2013-P-045-585 Elevator, Manvel (ND)
2013-P-045-586 Elevator, Manvel (ND)
2013-P-045-587 Farmers Union Elevator, McCanna (ND)
2013-P-045-588 Post Office, McCanna (ND)
2013-P-045-589 Post Office, McCanna (ND)
2013-P-045-590 Bridge over Turtle River about 10 miles east of McCanna (ND)
2013-P-045-591 Elevator, Mekinok (ND)
2013-P-045-592 Main Street, Mekinok (ND)
2013-P-045-593 Elevator, Merrifield (ND)
2013-P-045-594 Elevator, Niagara (ND)
2013-P-045-595 Post Office, Niagara (ND)
2013-P-045-596 Main Street, Niagara (ND)
2013-P-045-597 Old school, Niagara (ND)
2013-P-045-598 Northwood Co-op Elevator, Northwood (ND)
2013-P-045-599 Elevator, Northwood (ND)
2013-P-045-600 Depot, Northwood (ND)
2013-P-045-601 Post Office, Northwood (ND)
2013-P-045-602 Lincoln Hotel (built in 1900), Northwood (ND)
2013-P-045-603 Peavey Elevator, Orr (ND)
2013-P-045-604 Church, Pilot (ND)
2013-P-045-605 Powell (ND)
2013-P-045-606 Farmers Elevator, Reynolds (ND)
2013-P-045-607 Post Office, Reynolds (ND)
2013-P-045-608 Elevator, Reynolds (ND)
2013-P-045-609 Farmers Elevator, Thompson (ND)
2013-P-045-610 Post Office, Thompson (ND)
2013-P-045-611 M-M Elevator, Thompson (ND)
2013-P-045-612 Elevators, Thompson (ND)

Grant County:
Organized November 22, 1916. Was southern part of Morton County. Named in honor of former President Ulysses S. Grant. Milwaukee Railway and Northern Pacific Railway ran through full length of county.
County Seat:  Carson
Area:  1710 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-613 Grant County Court House, Carson (ND)
2013-P-045-614 Abandoned store, Brisbane (ND)
2013-P-045-615 2 Red Victoria Elevators (closed), Carson (ND)
2013-P-045-616 3 elevators, Carson (ND)
2013-P-045-617 GTA Farmers Elevator, Carson (ND)
2013-P-045-618 Flour Mill (closed), Carson (ND)
2013-P-045-619 Flour/roller mill (closed), Carson (ND)
2013-P-045-620 Post Office, Carson (ND)
2013-P-045-621 Main Street, Carson (ND)
2013-P-045-622 GTA Elevator (closed), Elgin (ND)
2013-P-045-623 GTA Farmers Union Elevator Co., Elgin (ND)
2013-P-045-624 Post Office, Elgin (ND)
2013-P-045-625 Old Northern-Pacific Depot and caboose, Elgin (ND)
2013-P-045-626 Old Milwaukee railroad depot, Freda (ND)
2013-P-045-627 Farmers Elevator Co., Heil (ND)
2013-P-045-628 Lark (ND)
2013-P-045-629 Lark (ND)
2013-P-045-630 Dakota Grain Elevator, Leith (ND)
2013-P-045-631 Post Office, Leith (ND)
2013-P-045-632 Elevator, New Leipzig (ND)
2013-P-045-633 Birdsall Elevator Co., New Leipzig (ND)
2013-P-045-634 Post Office, New Leipzig (ND)
2013-P-045-635 Raleigh Grain Co., Raleigh (ND)
2013-P-045-636 Elevators, Raleigh (ND)
2013-P-045-637 Post Office and General Store, Raleigh (ND)
2013-P-045-638 Bar, Shields (ND)

Griggs County:
Organized June 16, 1882 from parts of Traill and Foster Counties.  First called “Ole Bull” county.  Later named in memory of Captain Alexander Griggs, pioneer and member of state constitutional convention, founder of Grand Forks and one of the first navigators of the Red River of the North.
County Seat:  Cooperstown
Area:  717 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-639 Griggs County Court House, Cooperstown (ND)
2013-P-045-640 Griggs County Court House, Cooperstown (ND)
2013-P-045-641 Peavey Elevator, Binford (ND)
2013-P-045-642 Main Street, Binford (ND)
2013-P-045-643 Binford Farmers Elevator, Binford (ND)
2013-P-045-644 Post Office, Binford (ND)
2013-P-045-645 Peavey Elevator (closed), Binford (ND)
2013-P-045-646 Elevator, Cooperstown (ND)
2013-P-045-647 Elevator, Cooperstown (ND)
2013-P-045-648 Post Office, Cooperstown (ND)
2013-P-045-649 Martin’s Corner near Cooperstown (ND)
2013-P-045-650 Elevator, Hannaford (ND)
2013-P-045-651 Elevator, Hannaford (ND)
2013-P-045-652 Railroad junction at Hannaford (ND).  Burlington-Northern train on the Surrey Line coming SE towards Fargo (ND).
2013-P-045-653 Post Office, Jessie (ND)
2013-P-045-654 Bank (closed), Jessie (ND)
2013-P-045-655 Elevators, Karnak (ND)
2013-P-045-656 Burlington-Northern train on railroad trestle over Lake Ashtabula near Karnak (ND)
2013-P-045-657 Railroad trestle at Karnak (ND)
2013-P-045-658 Mose (ND)
2013-P-045-659 Revere (ND)
2013-P-045-660 Farmers Elevator Co., Sutton (ND)
2013-P-045-661 Elevator, Sutton (ND)
2013-P-045-662 Post Office, Sutton (ND)
2013-P-045-663 Elevator, Walum (ND)
2013-P-045-664 Elevator, Shepard (ND)
2013-P-045-665 Elevator, Shepard (ND)

Hettinger County:
Organized April 17, 1907 by proclamation of the Governor.  Named for Matthias Hettinger, a distinguished citizen of Freeport, Illinois, whose family did so much to advance the early development of the Dakotas.
County Seat:  Mott
Area:  1132 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-666 Hettinger County Court House, Mott (ND)
2013-P-045-667 Farmers Elevator Co., Bentley (ND)
2013-P-045-668 Elevator, Burt (ND)
2013-P-045-669 Birdsall Elevator Co., Burt (ND)
2013-P-045-670 School (closed), Havelock (ND)
2013-P-045-671 Mott Equity Elevator, Mott (ND)
2013-P-045-672 Mott Grain Co., Mott (ND)
2013-P-045-673 Post Office, Mott (ND)
2013-P-045-674 St. Vincent Catholic Church, Mott (ND)
2013-P-045-675 Elevator, New England (ND)
2013-P-045-676 5 elevators, New England (ND)
2013-P-045-677 5 elevators, New England (ND)
2013-P-045-678 Ozborne & McMillan Elevator, water tower, and Old Milwaukee Railroad Depot, New England (ND)
2013-P-045-679 Post Office, New England (ND)
2013-P-045-680 2 elevators, Regent (ND)
2013-P-045-681 Regent Equity Elevator Co., Regent (ND)
2013-P-045-682 Post Office, Regent (ND)
2013-P-045-683 Old Victoria Elevator (closed), Watrous (ND)
2013-P-045-684 Elevator, Watrous (ND)
2013-P-045-685 Elevator, Watrous (ND)

Kidder County:
Organized March 22, 1881.  Named in honor of Jefferson P. Kidder who was a pioneer settler as early as 1858 and who served as delegate from Dakota, 1874-1878, and was associate justice from 1865 to 1875 and 1878 to 1883.
County Seat:  Steele
Area:  1386 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-686 Kidder County Court House, Steele (ND)
2013-P-045-687 Post Office, Crystal Springs (ND)
2013-P-045-688 School (closed), Crystal Springs (ND)
2013-P-045-689 Occident Elevator, Dawson (ND)
2013-P-045-690 Post Office, Dawson (ND)
2013-P-045-691 Pettibone Grain Co. Elevator, Lake Williams (ND)
2013-P-045-692 Lake Williams (ND)
2013-P-045-693 Post Office, Pettibone (ND)
2013-P-045-694 The Pagoda, Pettibone (ND)
2013-P-045-695 Elevator (closed), Robinson (ND)
2013-P-045-696 Post Office, Robinson (ND)
2013-P-045-697 Peavey Elevator (closed), Steele (ND)
2013-P-045-698 Elevator, Steele (ND)
2013-P-045-699 Occident Elevator, Steele (ND)
2013-P-045-700 Old Hotel and Bus Stop, Steele (ND)
2013-P-045-701 Post Office, Steele (ND)
2013-P-045-702 Occident Elevator, Tappen (ND)
2013-P-045-703 Post Office, Tappen (ND)
2013-P-045-704 Farmers Co-op Grain Co., Tuttle (ND)
2013-P-045-705 Old WPA (built 1938) and Post Office, Tuttle (ND)

LaMoure County:
Organized October 27, 1881.  Named in memory of Judson LaMoure, a singularly powerful individual in territorial and state development.
County Seat:  LaMoure
Area:  1147 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-706 LaMoure County Court House, LaMoure (ND)
2013-P-045-707 Elevator, Adrian (ND)
2013-P-045-708 Farmers Elevator (closed), Alfred (ND)
2013-P-045-709 Church of God, Alfred (ND)
2013-P-045-710 Elevator, Berlin (ND)
2013-P-045-711 Abandoned church, Diesem (ND)
2013-P-045-712 Occident elevator, Dickey (ND)
2013-P-045-713 Farmers Elevator, Edgeley (ND)
2013-P-045-714 Post Office, Edgeley (ND)
2013-P-045-715 Elevator, Grand Rapids (ND)
2013-P-045-716 Abandoned school, Grand Rapids (ND)
2013-P-045-717 Railroad junction at Independence (ND) between Oakes and LaMoure
2013-P-045-718 Railroad at Independence (ND)
2013-P-045-719 Victoria Elevator (built around 1904-1914?), Jud (ND)
2013-P-045-720 Farmers Elevator, Jud (ND)
2013-P-045-721 Farmers Elevator Co., Kulm (ND)
2013-P-045-722 Post Office, Kulm (ND)
2013-P-045-723 Burlington-Northern Depot, LaMoure (ND)
2013-P-045-724 Victoria Elevator, Marion (ND)
2013-P-045-725 Elevator Complex, Marion (ND)
2013-P-045-726 Elevator Complex, Marion (ND)
2013-P-045-727 End of the line BN “Y” turnaround, Marion (ND)
2013-P-045-728 Post Office and café, Marion (ND)
2013-P-045-729 Peavey Elevator, Nortonville (ND)
2013-P-045-730 Elevator (closed), Nortonville (ND)
2013-P-045-731 Elevator, Nortonville (ND)
2013-P-045-732 Farmers Elevator, Verona (ND)
2013-P-045-733 American Legion and water tower, Verona (ND)

Logan County:
Organized September 4, 1884.  Named for General John A. Logan.  At one time formed part of territorial county of Buffalo.  Boundaries were changed in 1883 to present form.
County Seat:  Napoleon
Area:  997 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-734 Logan County Court House, Napoleon (ND)
2013-P-045-735 Farmers Elevator, Burnstad (ND)
2013-P-045-736 Farmers Elevator Co., Fredonia (ND)
2013-P-045-737 Fredonia (ND)
2013-P-045-738 Elevator, Gackle (ND)
2013-P-045-739 Post Office, Gackle (ND)
2013-P-045-740 Main Street and theater, Gackle (ND)
2013-P-045-741 Post Office, Napoleon (ND)
2013-P-045-742 Main Street, Napoleon (ND)
2013-P-045-743 Farmers Union Elevator Co., Napoleon (ND)
2013-P-045-744 Elevator, Napoleon (ND)
2013-P-045-745 Round bales near Napoleon (ND)

McHenry County:
Organized February 19, 1885. Named in memory of James McHenry, a prominent citizen of Clay County, South Dakota. Located in Souris and Mouse River Valley.
County Seat:  Towner
Area:  1888 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-746 McHenry County Court House, Towner (ND)
2013-P-045-747 McHenry County Court House, Towner (ND)
2013-P-045-748 McHenry County Court House, Towner (ND)
2013-P-045-749 Cargill Elevator, Anamoose (ND)
2013-P-045-750 Cargill Elevator, Anamoose (ND)
2013-P-045-751 Water tower, Anamoose (ND)
2013-P-045-752 Post Office, Anamoose (ND)
2013-P-045-753 O & M Elevator (closed), Balfour (ND)
2013-P-045-754 Lutheran Church, Balfour (ND)
2013-P-045-755 Old depot, Balfour (ND) (moved to Drake)
2013-P-045-756 Post Office, Balfour (ND)
2013-P-045-757 Bantry Township Hall, Bantry (ND)
2013-P-045-758 Elevator, Bergen (ND)
2013-P-045-759 Elevator (closed), Berwick (ND)
2013-P-045-760 Elevator (closed), Berwick (ND)
2013-P-045-761 Elevator, Berwick (ND)
2013-P-045-762 Main Street, Berwick (ND)
2013-P-045-763 Main Street, Berwick (ND)
2013-P-045-764 2 elevators, Deering (ND)
2013-P-045-765 Old Flour Mill (closed, built around 1900), Deering (ND)
2013-P-045-766 Old depot and Post Office, Deering (ND)
2013-P-045-767 Old school (closed, built 1907), Deering (ND)
2013-P-045-768 Farmers Elevator, Drake (ND)
2013-P-045-769 Occident Elevator, Drake (ND)
2013-P-045-770 Post Office, Drake (ND)
2013-P-045-771 Abandoned school, Falsen (ND) (Verendrye)
2013-P-045-772 Home Grain Co. Elevator, Granville (ND)
2013-P-045-773 Home Grain Co. Elevator, Granville (ND)
2013-P-045-774 Depot and elevator (closed), Granville (ND)
2013-P-045-775 Depot and elevator (closed), Granville (ND)
2013-P-045-776 Depot and elevator (closed), Granville (ND)
2013-P-045-777 Old Post Office, Granville (ND)
2013-P-045-778 Water tower, Granville (ND)
2013-P-045-779 Elevator and train, Guthrie (ND)
2013-P-045-780 Elevator, Karlsruhe (ND)
2013-P-045-781 Post Office, Karlsruhe (ND)
2013-P-045-782 Ozborne & McMillan Elevator, Kief (ND)
2013-P-045-783 Main Street, Kongsberg (ND)
2013-P-045-784 Kongsberg (ND)
2013-P-045-785 Elevator, Norwich (ND)
2013-P-045-786 Elevator, Norwich (ND)
2013-P-045-787 Elevator, Norwich (ND)
2013-P-045-788 Post Office, Norwich (ND)
2013-P-045-789 Post Office, Norwich (ND)
2013-P-045-790 Elevator, Simcoe (ND)
2013-P-045-791 Farmers Union (GTA) Elevator, Towner (ND)
2013-P-045-792 Farmers Union Elevator, Towner (ND)
2013-P-045-793 Post Office, Glenburn (ND)
2013-P-045-794 Post Office, Towner (ND)
2013-P-045-795 Post Office, Towner (ND)
2013-P-045-796 St. Cecelia’s Catholic Church, Towner (ND)
2013-P-045-797 St. Cecelia’s Catholic Church, Towner (ND)
2013-P-045-798 Elevator (closed), Upham (ND)
2013-P-045-799 Bank and water tower, Upham (ND)
2013-P-045-800 Farmers Elevator, Velva (ND)
2013-P-045-801 Post Office, Velva (ND)
2013-P-045-802 Farmers Elevator, Voltaire (ND)
2013-P-045-803 Elevator (closed), Voltaire (ND)
2013-P-045-804 Post Office, Voltaire (ND)

McIntosh County:
Organized October 4, 1884.  Named in honor of E. H. McIntosh, a prominent member of the territorial council of 1883.
County Seat:  Ashley
Area:  1003 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-805 McIntosh County Court House, Ashley (ND)
2013-P-045-806 4 elevators, Ashley (ND)
2013-P-045-807 Old Soo Line Railroad Depot & Elevator, Ashley (ND)
2013-P-045-808 Old flour mill and creamery building and Union Elevator, Ashley (ND)
2013-P-045-809 Union Elevator (closed), Danzig (ND)
2013-P-045-810 Farmers Elevator, Lehr (ND)
2013-P-045-811 Water tower, Lehr (ND)
2013-P-045-812 Post Office, Lehr (ND)
2013-P-045-813 2 elevators (closed), Venturia (ND)
2013-P-045-814 Post Office, Venturia (ND)
2013-P-045-815 Elevator (closed), Zeeland (ND)
2013-P-045-816 Post Office, Zeeland (ND)
2013-P-045-817 Elevator (closed), Wishek (ND)
2013-P-045-818 Farmers Elevator, Wishek (ND)
2013-P-045-819 Main Street, Wishek (ND)

McKenzie County:
Organized in 1905. Named for Alexander McKenzie, a recognized leader in early North Dakota history.  The north unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park is located in this county.
County Seat:  was Schafer, is now Watford City
Area:  2847 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-820 McKenzie County Court House, Watford City (ND)
2013-P-045-821 Elevator, Alexander (ND)
2013-P-045-822 Elevator, Arnegard (ND)
2013-P-045-823 Post Office, Arnegard (ND)
2013-P-045-824 Great Northern Railroad Depot, Arnegard (ND)
2013-P-045-825 The Jailhouse Café and jail at Arnegard (ND)
2013-P-045-826 Store (closed, built 1913), Arnegard (ND)
2013-P-045-827 The Fairview Railroad lift bridge (built 1913) on the Yellowstone River at Cartwright (ND)
2013-P-045-828 Dore (ND)
2013-P-045-829 Post Office, Cartwright (ND)
2013-P-045-830 Elevator, Cartwright (ND)
2013-P-045-831 GTA Elevator (closed), Cartwright (ND)
2013-P-045-832 Elevators, Charbonneau (ND)
2013-P-045-833 Charlson (ND)
2013-P-045-834 Elevator (closed), Dore (ND)
2013-P-045-835 Farmers Elevators, Fairview, MT (East Fairview (ND))
2013-P-045-836 Post Office, Grassy Butte (ND)
2013-P-045-837 The Long-X Bridge (built 1958) across the Little Missouri River on Highway 85 north of Grassy Butte (ND)
2013-P-045-838 Post Office, Keene (ND)
2013-P-045-839 Garage, Keene (ND)
2013-P-045-840 Plainview School, 6 miles north of Trotter (ND) on Highway 16
2013-P-045-841 Community Center, Mandaree (ND) on Fort Berthold Indian Reservation
2013-P-045-842 Elevator, Rawson (ND)
2013-P-045-843 Rawson (ND)
2013-P-045-844 Stone Jail, Schafer (ND)
2013-P-045-845 Schafer Cemetery, Schafer (ND)
2013-P-045-846 Skaar (ND)
2013-P-045-847 3 elevators, Watford City (ND)
2013-P-045-848 Post Office, Watford City (ND)

McLean County:
Organized November 1, 1883.  Named for John A. McLean, who was prominent in the development of western North Dakota and who was one of the first mayors of Bismarck.
County Seat:  Washburn
Area:  2305 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-849 McLean County Court House, Washburn (ND)
2013-P-045-850 Elevator, Benedict (ND)
2013-P-045-851 Elevator Complex, Benedict (ND)
2013-P-045-852 Post Office, Benedict (ND)
2013-P-045-853 Butte (ND)
2013-P-045-854 Farmers Union Co-op Elevator, Butte (ND)
2013-P-045-855 School, Butte (ND)
2013-P-045-856 2 elevators, Coleharbor (ND)
2013-P-045-857 Post Office, Coleharbor (ND)
2013-P-045-858 Store (closed), Emmet (ND)
2013-P-045-859 Farmers Union Elevator, Falkirk (ND)
2013-P-045-860 Coal Creek Generating Plant, Falkirk (ND)
2013-P-045-861 Farmers Elevator and 3 other elevators, Garrison (ND)
2013-P-045-862 Post Office, Garrison (ND)
2013-P-045-863 Main Street, Garrison (ND)
2013-P-045-864 Equity Farmers Elevator, Max (ND)
2013-P-045-865 3 elevators, Max (ND)
2013-P-045-866 Post Office and elevators, Max (ND)
2013-P-045-867 Peavey Elevator (closed), Mercer (ND)
2013-P-045-868 Post Office, Mercer (ND)
2013-P-045-869 Mercer (ND)
2013-P-045-870 General store (closed), Raub (ND)
2013-P-045-871 Post Office and mall, Riverdale (ND)
2013-P-045-872 General store (closed), Roseglen (ND)
2013-P-045-873 Post Office, Roseglen (ND)
2013-P-045-874 Post Office, Ruso (ND)
2013-P-045-875 Post Office, Ruso (ND)
2013-P-045-876 Equity Farmers Elevator Co., Turtle Lake (ND)
2013-P-045-877 Post Office, Turtle Lake (ND)
2013-P-045-878 McClusky Canal on Highway 200 near Turtle Lake (ND)
2013-P-045-879 Farmers Elevator and Mercantile, Underwood (ND)
2013-P-045-880 Elevator Complex, Washburn (ND)
2013-P-045-881 Flour mill (closed), Washburn (ND)
2013-P-045-882 Post Office, Washburn (ND)
2013-P-045-883 Indian school and general store (closed), White Shield (ND)        
2013-P-045-884 Farmers Elevator, Wilton (ND)
2013-P-045-885 2 Harvest State Elevators, Regan (ND)
2013-P-045-886 Post Office, Wilton (ND)
2013-P-045-887 Old Soo Line Railroad Depot, Wilton (ND)

Mercer County:
Organized August 22, 1884.  Named for William H. Mercer, a pioneer rancher who settled in Burleigh County in 1869.
County Seat:  Stanton
Area:  1110 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-888 Mercer County Court House, Stanton (ND)
2013-P-045-889 Mercer County Court House, Stanton (ND)
2013-P-045-890 Elevators and Burlington-Northern train at Beulah (ND)
2013-P-045-891 Post Office, Beulah (ND)
2013-P-045-892 Elevators, Golden Valley (ND)
2013-P-045-893 Post Office, Golden Valley (ND)
2013-P-045-894 Farmers Elevator, Hazen (ND)
2013-P-045-895 Post Office, Hazen (ND)
2013-P-045-896 Old Northern Pacific Depot, Hazen (ND)
2013-P-045-897 Pick City (ND)
2013-P-045-898 Elevator, Stanton (ND)
2013-P-045-899 Stanton Grain Co. Elevator (closed), Stanton (ND)
2013-P-045-900 Post Office, Stanton (ND)
2013-P-045-901 Post Office, Stanton (ND)
2013-P-045-902 Basin Electric Power Cooperative, Stanton (ND)
2013-P-045-903 Farmers Elevator, Zap (ND)
2013-P-045-904 Post Office and store, Zap (ND)
2013-P-045-905 Zap (ND)

Morton County:
Organized February 28, 1881.  Named in honor of Oliver P. Morton, who was governor of Indiana during Civil War days. 
County Seat:  Mandan
Area:  1916 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-906 Morton County Court House, Mandan (ND)
2013-P-045-907 Post Office, Almont (ND)
2013-P-045-908 Public school, Almont (ND)
2013-P-045-909 Bluegrass (ND)
2013-P-045-910 Occident Elevator(closed), Bluegrass (ND)
2013-P-045-911 GTA Elevator (closed), Breien (ND)
2013-P-045-912 Dengate (ND)
2013-P-045-913 School (closed), Fallon (ND)
2013-P-045-914 Elevator, Flasher (ND)
2013-P-045-915 Elevator, Flasher (ND)
2013-P-045-916 Post Office, Flasher (ND)
2013-P-045-917 Historical Marker of the Bismarck to Deadwood Stage Trail near Flasher (ND)
2013-P-045-918 Post Office, Fort Rice (ND)
2013-P-045-919 Roller Mill (closed), Glen Ullin (ND)
2013-P-045-920 Roller Mill (closed), Glen Ullin (ND)
2013-P-045-921 Roller Mill (closed), Glen Ullin (ND)
2013-P-045-922 Roller Mill (closed), Glen Ullin (ND)
2013-P-045-923 Occident Elevator, Glen Ullin (ND)
2013-P-045-924 Post Office, Glen Ullin (ND)
2013-P-045-925 Depot, Glen Ullin (ND)
2013-P-045-926 Farmers Elevator, Hebron (ND)
2013-P-045-927 Post Office, Hebron (ND)
2013-P-045-928 Bar, Huff (ND)
2013-P-045-929 St. Martin’s Catholic Church (built 1941), Huff (ND)
2013-P-045-930 Main Street, Judson (ND)
2013-P-045-931 School (closed), Judson (ND)
2013-P-045-932 Farmers Union Elevator, Mandan (ND)
2013-P-045-933 Post Office, Mandan (ND)
2013-P-045-934 Missouri River bridge, Mandan (ND)
2013-P-045-935 Old Northern Pacific Depot, Mandan (ND)
2013-P-045-936 Heart River Valley – about 5 miles south of Mandan (ND)
2013-P-045-937 New Salem (ND)
2013-P-045-938 Elevator, New Salem (ND)
2013-P-045-939 Post Office, New Salem (ND)
2013-P-045-940 Post Office, St. Anthony (ND)
2013-P-045-941 St. Anthony’s Catholic Church, St. Anthony (ND)
2013-P-045-942 Schmidt (ND)
2013-P-045-943 Lutheran Church, Sims (ND)
2013-P-045-944 Sweetbriar School, Sweetbriar (ND)
2013-P-045-945 Bridge over Sweetbriar Creek, Sweetbriar (ND)
2013-P-045-946 Youngtown (ND)
2013-P-045-947 Store (closed), Youngtown (ND)
2013-P-045-948 Arnold Bridge (built 1922 by Fargo Bridge and Iron Co.), Youngtown (ND)
2013-P-045-949 Bridge over the railroad tracks at Mandan Highway 1806
2013-P-045-950 Eagle Nest (ND)

Mountrail County:
Organized in 1908 from a part of Ward County which until that time comprised the area covered by Ward, Burke, Renville, and Mountrail counties.
County Seat:  Stanley
Area:  1914 sq. mi.
 
2013-P-045-951 Mountrail County Court House, Stanley (ND)
2013-P-045-952 Mountrail County Court House, Stanley (ND)
2013-P-045-953 Post Office (closed), Belden (ND)
2013-P-045-954 General store (build around 1914), Belden (ND)
2013-P-045-955 Post Office, Blaisdell (ND)
2013-P-045-956 Old school (remodeled into a house), Blaisdell (ND)
2013-P-045-957 Elevators, Coulee (ND) 
2013-P-045-958 Lostwood (ND)
2013-P-045-959 Elevator, Lunds Valley (ND)
2013-P-045-960 3 elevators (closed), Lunds Valley (ND)
2013-P-045-961 School (closed), Manitou (ND)
2013-P-045-962 Farmers Union Elevator, New Town (ND)
2013-P-045-963 Post Office, New Town (ND)
2013-P-045-964 4 Bears Bridge over the Missouri River west of New Town (ND)
2013-P-045-965 4 Bears Bridge over the Missouri River west of New Town (ND)
2013-P-045-966 4 Bears Bridge over the Missouri River west of New Town (ND)
2013-P-045-967 GTA Elevator, Palermo (ND)
2013-P-045-968 Post Office, Palermo (ND)
2013-P-045-969 Farmers Union Co-op Elevator, Parshall (ND)
2013-P-045-970 Farmers Union Co-op Elevator, Parshall (ND)
2013-P-045-971 GTA Elevator and cement silos, Parshall (ND)
2013-P-045-972 GTA Farmers Union Co-op Elevator, Parshall (ND)
2013-P-045-973 Post Office, Parshall (ND)
2013-P-045-974 Post Office, Parshall (ND)
2013-P-045-975 2 elevators (closed), Plaza (ND)
2013-P-045-976 Elevator, Plaza (ND)
2013-P-045-977 4 elevators, Plaza (ND)
2013-P-045-978 Post Office, Plaza (ND)
2013-P-045-979 Farmers Elevator, Ross (ND)
2013-P-045-980 Post Office and Fire Hall, Ross (ND)
2013-P-045-981 School (closed), Ross (ND)
2013-P-045-982 Elevators, Stanley (ND)
2013-P-045-983 Depot and Burlington Northern Railroad, Stanley (ND)
2013-P-045-984 Post Office, Stanley (ND)
2013-P-045-985 Main Street, Tagus (ND)
2013-P-045-986 St. Olaf Lutheran Church, Tagus (ND)
2013-P-045-987 Van Hook Cemetery, Van Hook (ND)
2013-P-045-988 Van Hook (ND)
2013-P-045-989 First Lutheran Church, Wabek (ND)
2013-P-045-990 Saloon, Wabek (ND)
2013-P-045-991 GTA Elevator, White Earth (ND)

Nelson County:
Organized June 9, 1883. Named in honor of N. E. Nelson, member of 1885 Territorial Legislature and a leading figure in territorial politics. 
County Seat:  Lakota
Area:  981 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-992 Nelson County Court House, Lakota (ND)
2013-P-045-993 Sheyenne Valley Grain Co-op Elevator, Aneta (ND)
2013-P-045-994 Post Office, Aneta (ND)
2013-P-045-995 Farmers Elevator, Dahlen (ND)
2013-P-045-996 Farmers Elevator, Dahlen (ND)
2013-P-045-997 General store and park, Dahlen (ND)
2013-P-045-998 Post Office, Dahlen (ND)
2013-P-045-999 Sheyenne Valley Co-op Elevator, Kloten (ND)
2013-P-045-1000 Elevator, Lakota (ND)
2013-P-045-1001 Peavey Elevator, Lakota (ND)
2013-P-045-1002 Post Office, Lakota (ND)
2013-P-045-1003 Cargill Elevator Silos, Lakota (ND)
2013-P-045-1004 Cargill Elevator, Lakota (ND)
2013-P-045-1005 Elevator, Mapes (ND)
2013-P-045-1006 Peavey Elevator, McVille (ND)
2013-P-045-1007 Depot and Elevators, McVille (ND)
2013-P-045-1008 Michigan Farmers Elevator, Michigan (ND)
2013-P-045-1009 Post Office, Michigan (ND)
2013-P-045-1010 Water tower, Michigan (ND)
2013-P-045-1011 Elevator, Pekin (ND)
2013-P-045-1012 Pelto (ND)
2013-P-045-1013 Pelto Grain Co., Pelto (ND)
2013-P-045-1014 Elevator, Petersburg (ND)
2013-P-045-1015 Post Office, Petersburg (ND)
2013-P-045-1016 Elevator, Sardis (ND)
2013-P-045-1017 Elevator, Sardis (ND)
2013-P-045-1018 GTA Elevator, Tolna (ND)
2013-P-045-1019 Post Office and Main Street, Tolna (ND)
2013-P-045-1020 Tolna Dam and Reservoir, Tolna (ND)
2013-P-045-1021 Elevator, Whitman (ND)
2013-P-045-1022 Elevators, Whitman (ND)
2013-P-045-1023 The old Lamb’s Bank (built 1906), Whitman (ND)

Oliver County:
Organized May 18, 1885.  Named in memory of Harry S. Oliver of Lisbon.  He was a prominent member of the 1885 Territorial Legislature.
County Seat:  Center
Area:  720 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-1024 Oliver County Court House, Center (ND)
2013-P-045-1025 Post Office, Center (ND)
2013-P-045-1026 Occident Elevator (closed), Ft. Clark (ND)
2013-P-045-1027 St. Peters Lutheran Church, Hannover (ND)
2013-P-045-1028 Elevator (closed), Hensler (ND)
2013-P-045-1029 Post Office, Hensler (ND)
2013-P-045-1030 School building, Hensler (ND)
2013-P-045-1031 Price (ND)
2013-P-045-1032 Abandoned building, Sanger (ND)
2013-P-045-1033 Cross Ranch State Park, Sanger (ND)

Pembina County:
Organized August 12, 1867.  Name represents the Chippewa words for the “highbush cranberry” so conspicuous and plentiful in that region.
County Seat:  Cavalier
Area:  1117 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-1034               Pembina County Court House, Cavalier (ND)
2013-P-045-1035               Pembina County Court House, Cavalier (ND)
2013-P-045-1036               Main Street, Akra (ND)
2013-P-045-1037               Akra Camp Hall, Akra (ND)
2013-P-045-1038               Store and gas station (closed), Akra (ND)
2013-P-045-1039               Main Street, Backoo (ND)
2013-P-045-1040               Backoo (ND)
2013-P-045-1041               Farmers Elevator, Bathgate (ND)
2013-P-045-1042               Depot, Bathgate (ND)
2013-P-045-1043               Post Office, Bathgate (ND)
2013-P-045-1044               Standard Station (closed) and Main Street, Bowesmount (ND)
2013-P-045-1045               Farmers Co-op Elevator, Cavalier (ND)
2013-P-045-1046               Cavalier Grain Co., Cavalier (ND)
2013-P-045-1047               Post Office, Cavalier (ND)
2013-P-045-1048               Bridge over Tongue River (built 1896), Cavalier (ND)
2013-P-045-1049               Church, Concrete (ND)
2013-P-045-1050               Elevator, Crystal (ND)
2013-P-045-1051               Wicks Elevator, Crystal (ND)
2013-P-045-1052               Post Office, Crystal (ND)
2013-P-045-1053               Elevator, Drayton (ND)
2013-P-045-1054               Farmers Union Elevator Co., Drayton (ND)
2013-P-045-1055               American Crystal Sugar Co. Plant, Drayton (ND)
2013-P-045-1056               Post Office and water tower, Drayton (ND)
2013-P-045-1057               Red River and bridge (built 1954), Drayton (ND)
2013-P-045-1058               Red River and bridge (built 1954), Drayton (ND)
2013-P-045-1059               Main Street, Gardar (ND)
2013-P-045-1060               Main Street, Gardar (ND)
2013-P-045-1061               New Harvest State Elevator, Glasston (ND)
2013-P-045-1062               Peavey Elevator, Glasston (ND)
2013-P-045-1063               Post Office and café, Hamilton (ND)
2013-P-045-1064               Peavey Elevator (closed), Hamilton (ND)
2013-P-045-1065               2 Peavey Elevators (closed), Hamilton (ND)
2013-P-045-1066               Fairgrounds, Hamilton (ND)
2013-P-045-1067               Cavalier County Fair Grounds, Hamilton (ND)
2013-P-045-1068               Farmers Union Elevator Co., Hensel (ND)
2013-P-045-1069               Farmers Elevator, Joliette (ND)
2013-P-045-1070               St. Joseph’s Catholic Church (built 1895), LeRoy (ND)
2013-P-045-1071               Bar, LeRoy (ND)
2013-P-045-1072               Bar, LeRoy (ND)
2013-P-045-1073               Post Office, Mountain (ND)
2013-P-045-1074               Farmers Elevator, Neche (ND)
2013-P-045-1075               Post Office, Neche (ND)
2013-P-045-1076               Farmers Elevator, Neche (ND)
2013-P-045-1077               Post Office and Customs Office, Pembina (ND)
2013-P-045-1078               Pembina Mountains west of Pembina (ND)
2013-P-045-1079               Pembina (ND)
2013-P-045-1080               Elevator (closed), Pittsburg (ND)
2013-P-045-1081               Elevator, St. Thomas (ND)
2013-P-045-1082               Post Office, St. Thomas (ND)
2013-P-045-1083               Town Hall, Svold (ND)
2013-P-045-1084               GTA Farmers Union Elevator, Walhalla (ND)
2013-P-045-1085               Post Office, Walhalla (ND)
2013-P-045-1086               Walhalla (ND)

Pierce County:
Organized April 11, 1889.  Named in honor of Gilbert A. Pierce, territorial governor and United States Senator.
County Seat:  Rugby
Area:  1055 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-1087               Pierce County Court House, Rugby (ND)
2013-P-045-1088               Elevator (closed), Aylmer (ND)
2013-P-045-1089               Catholic Church, Balta (ND)
2013-P-045-1090               Post Office, Balta (ND)
2013-P-045-1091               2 Elevators (closed), Barton (ND)
2013-P-045-1092               Bank (closed), Barton (ND)
2013-P-045-1093               Abandoned store, Clifton (ND)
2013-P-045-1094               Catholic Church (closed, built 1947), Orrin (ND)
2013-P-045-1095               Farmers Union Co-op Elevator, Rugby (ND)
2013-P-045-1096               Elevator, Rugby (ND)
2013-P-045-1097               Elevator, Rugby (ND)
2013-P-045-1098               Rugby (ND)
2013-P-045-1099               Old Great Northern Depot (now BN), Rugby (ND)
2013-P-045-1100               Old Great Northern Depot (Amtrak Station), Rugby (ND)
2013-P-045-1101               Depot, Rugby (ND)
2013-P-045-1102               Post Office, Rugby (ND)
2013-P-045-1103               Peavey-Monarch Elevator Co., Selz (ND)
2013-P-045-1104               Post Office, Selz (ND)
2013-P-045-1105               3 elevators (closed), Silva (ND)
2013-P-045-1106               Main Street, Silva (ND)
2013-P-045-1107               Elevator, Turnbridge (ND)
2013-P-045-1108               Elevator, Wolford (ND)
2013-P-045-1109               Post Office, Wolford (ND)
2013-P-045-1110               Elevator, Leverich (ND)

Ramsey County:
Organized January 25, 1885.  Named in honor of Alexander Ramsey, first territorial governor of Minnesota, United States Indian Agent, United States Senator, Secretary of War, and prominent in early northwestern development.
County Seat:  Devils Lake
Area:  860 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-1111               Ramsey County Court House, Devils Lake (ND)
2013-P-045-1112               Main Street, Bartlett (ND)
2013-P-045-1113               Bartlett (ND)
2013-P-045-1114               Elevator and Trading Co., Brocket (ND)
2013-P-045-1115               Post Office, Brocket (ND)
2013-P-045-1116               Elevator, Churchs Ferry (ND)
2013-P-045-1117               Farmers Co-op Elevator, Churchs Ferry (ND)
2013-P-045-1118               Farmers Elevator Co., Crary (ND)
2013-P-045-1119               Lake Region Grain Co-op Elevator, Devils Lake (ND)
2013-P-045-1120               Lake Region Grain Co-op, Devils Lake (ND)
2013-P-045-1121               Peavey Elevator (Closed), Devils Lake (ND)
2013-P-045-1122               St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, Devils Lake (ND)
2013-P-045-1123               Post Office, Devils Lake (ND)
2013-P-045-1124               Devils Lake, near Devils Lake (ND)
2013-P-045-1125               Elevator and bins, Doyon (ND)
2013-P-045-1126               Elevator, Doyon (ND)
2013-P-045-1127               Post Office, Doyon (ND)
2013-P-045-1128               Elevator and Supply Co., Edmore (ND)
2013-P-045-1129               Post Office and water tower, Edmore (ND)
2013-P-045-1130               Victoria Elevator, Essex (ND)
2013-P-045-1131               Elevators (3 open, 3 closed), Garske (ND)
2013-P-045-1132               Elevator (closed), Grand Harbor (ND)
2013-P-045-1133               Farmers Elevator, Hampden (ND)
2013-P-045-1134               Main Street, Hampden (ND)
2013-P-045-1135               Post Office, Hampden (ND)
2013-P-045-1136               Peavey Elevator, Lawton (ND)
2013-P-045-1137               Post Office, Lawton (ND)
2013-P-045-1138               GTA Elevator (closed), Penn (ND)
2013-P-045-1139               Main Street, Penn (ND)
2013-P-045-1140               Elevator (closed), Ramsey (ND)
2013-P-045-1141               Elevator, Rohrville (ND)
2013-P-045-1142               Elevator, St. Joe (ND)
2013-P-045-1143               Southam Elevator Co., Southam (ND)
2013-P-045-1144               Elevator, Southam (ND)
2013-P-045-1145               Peavey and GTA Elevators, Starkweather (ND)
2013-P-045-1146               Post Office, Starkweather (ND)
2013-P-045-1147               Woodworth Elevator, Webster (ND)
2013-P-045-1148               Post Office (old school in background), Webster (ND)
2013-P-045-1149               Old red school house, Webster (ND)

Ransom County:
Organized April 4, 1881.  Named to honor General Ransom, a distinguished soldier whose name is perpetuated also by Fort Ransom.
County Seat:  Lisbon
Area:  860 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-1150               Ransom County Court House, Lisbon (ND)
2013-P-045-1151               Ransom County Court House, Lisbon (ND)
2013-P-045-1152               Sunflower Plant (closed), Anselm (ND)
2013-P-045-1153               Elevator, Elliott (ND)
2013-P-045-1154               Elliott (ND)
2013-P-045-1155               Enderlin (ND)
2013-P-045-1156               Post Office, Enderlin (ND)
2013-P-045-1157               Englevale (ND)
2013-P-045-1158               Englevale (ND)
2013-P-045-1159               Hotel Keenan, Englevale (ND)
2013-P-045-1160               Old Red Schoolhouse (built 1890-1900?), Englevale (ND)
2013-P-045-1161               Old Red Schoolhouse (built 1890-1900?), Englevale (ND)
2013-P-045-1162               Peavey Elevator, Lisbon (ND)
2013-P-045-1163               Old Bridge on Sheyenne River (closed), Lisbon (ND)
2013-P-045-1164               Side view of bridge over Sheyenne River (built 1900?), Lisbon (ND)
2013-P-045-1165               Main Street, Lisbon (ND)
2013-P-045-1166               Post Office, Lisbon (ND)
2013-P-045-1167               Church, Lisbon (ND)
2013-P-045-1168               Store, McLeon (ND)
2013-P-045-1169               Old saloon, McLeod (ND)
2013-P-045-1170               Elevator, Sheldon (ND)
2013-P-045-1171               Elevator, Sheldon (ND)
2013-P-045-1172               Woods Cando Elevator Co., Leonard (ND)
2013-P-045-1173               Sheldon (ND)
2013-P-045-1174               Post Office, Sheldon (ND)
2013-P-045-1175               Old Northern-Pacific Depot (closed), Sheldon (ND)
2013-P-045-1176               Post Office, Fort Ransom (ND)
2013-P-045-1177               Main Street, Fort Ransom (ND)

Renville County:
Established in 1910.  Named for Gabriel Renville, a pioneer trader in that region.
County Seat:  Mohall
Area:  899 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-1178               Renville County Court House, Mohall (ND)
2013-P-045-1179               Renville County Court House, Mohall (ND)
2013-P-045-1180               Renville County Court House, Mohall (ND)
2013-P-045-1181               Elevator, Glenburn (ND)
2013-P-045-1182               Elevator (closed), Grano (ND)
2013-P-045-1183               Elevator (closed), Grano (ND)
2013-P-045-1184               Grand Hall (closed), Grano (ND)
2013-P-045-1185               Elevator, Greene (ND)
2013-P-045-1186               Farmers Elevator, Loraine (ND)
2013-P-045-1187               GTA Elevator, Mohall (ND)
2013-P-045-1188               GTA Elevator, Mohall (ND)
2013-P-045-1189               Peavey Elevators, Mohall (ND)
2013-P-045-1190               Peavey Elevator (closed), Mohall (ND)
2013-P-045-1191               Farmers Co-op Elevator, Norma (ND)
2013-P-045-1192               Farmers Co-op Elevator, Norma (ND)
2013-P-045-1193               Elevator, Norma (ND)
2013-P-045-1194               Cargill Elevator, Sherwood (ND)
2013-P-045-1195               Post Office, Sherwood (ND)
2013-P-045-1196               St. James Church, Sherwood (ND)
2013-P-045-1197               3 elevators, Tolley (ND)
2013-P-045-1198               Tolley (ND)
2013-P-045-1199               Post Office, Tolley (ND)

Richland County:
Organized November 25, 1875.  Named in memory of M. T. Rich, an early settler of 1869, who first came into the territory with General Sully’s military expedition.
County Seat:  Wahpeton
Area:  1347 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-1200               Richland County Court House, Wahpeton (ND)
2013-P-045-1201               Richland County Court House, Wahpeton (ND)
2013-P-045-1202               Richland County Court House, Wahpeton (ND)
2013-P-045-1203               Post Office, Abercrombie (ND)
2013-P-045-1204               Old railroad water tank, Adams (ND)
2013-P-045-1205               Park, Abercrombie (ND)
2013-P-045-1206               Elevator, Barney (ND)
2013-P-045-1207               Elevator, Barney (ND)
2013-P-045-1208               Barney (ND)
2013-P-045-1209               Post Office, Barney (ND)
2013-P-045-1210               Peavey Elevator (closed), Christine (ND)
2013-P-045-1211               Main Street, Christine (ND)
2013-P-045-1212               Bridge on Red River (built 1917), Christine (ND)
2013-P-045-1213               Elevator, Colfax (ND)
2013-P-045-1214               Elevator, Colfax (ND)
2013-P-045-1215               Gas Station, Walcott (ND)
2013-P-045-1216               Post Office, Colfax (ND)
2013-P-045-1217               Elevator, Dwight (ND)
2013-P-045-1218               Elevator, Dwight (ND)
2013-P-045-1219               Fairmount (ND)
2013-P-045-1220               Miller Farms Elevator Complex, Fairmount (ND)
2013-P-045-1221               Post Office, Fairmount (ND)
2013-P-045-1222               Elevator, Galchutt (ND)
2013-P-045-1223               GTA Elevator, Galchutt (ND)
2013-P-045-1224               GTA Elevator, Galchutt (ND)
2013-P-045-1225               Old Soo Line Depot, Hankinson (ND)
2013-P-045-1226               Elevator, Hankinson (ND)
2013-P-045-1227               Catholic Church, Hankinson (ND)
2013-P-045-1228               Post Office, Hankinson (ND)
2013-P-045-1229               GTA Elevator, Lidgerwood (ND)
2013-P-045-1230               Elevator, Lidgerwood (ND)
2013-P-045-1231               Elevator, Lidgerwood (ND)
2013-P-045-1232               Post Office, Lidgerwood (ND)
2013-P-045-1233               Bank, Lidgerwood (ND)
2013-P-045-1234               Western Bohemian Fraternal Organization (The Bohemian Hall on Main Street), Lidgerwood (ND)
2013-P-045-1235               Elevator, Mantador (ND)
2013-P-045-1236               Post Office, Mantador (ND)
2013-P-045-1237               Mantador School, Mantador (ND)
2013-P-045-1238               Elevator, Mooreton (ND)
2013-P-045-1239               Elevator, Mooreton (ND)
2013-P-045-1240               Old Bagge Farm, south of Mooreton (ND)
2013-P-045-1241               Post Office, Mooreton (ND)
2013-P-045-1242               Elevator, Stiles (ND)
2013-P-045-1243               Main Street, Wahpeton (ND)
2013-P-045-1244               Main building of State School of Science, Wahpeton (ND)
2013-P-045-1245               Wahpeton City Library, Wahpeton (ND)
2013-P-045-1246               Bins, Wahpeton (ND)
2013-P-045-1247               Elevator, Wahpeton (ND)
2013-P-045-1248               St. John’s Catholic Church, Wahpeton (ND)
2013-P-045-1249               Post Office, Wahpeton (ND)
2013-P-045-1250               St. John’s Catholic Church, Wahpeton (ND)
2013-P-045-1251               Harvest States Elevator, Walcott (ND)
2013-P-045-1252               Elevator, Walcott (ND)
2013-P-045-1253               Grocery Store, Walcott (ND)
2013-P-045-1254               Cargill Elevator, Wyndmere (ND)
2013-P-045-1255               Elevator, Wyndmere (ND)
2013-P-045-1256               Farmers Elevator, Wyndmere (ND)
2013-P-045-1257               Farmers Elevator, Wyndmere (ND)
2013-P-045-1258               Intersection of BN and Soo Line Railroads, Wyndmere (ND)
2013-P-045-1259               Elevator, Moselle (ND) (4 miles southeast of Wyndmere (ND))
2013-P-045-1260               Post Office, Wyndmere (ND)
2013-P-045-1261               Farmers Elevator, Great Bend (ND)
2013-P-045-1262               LaMars Elevator Co., LaMars (ND)
2013-P-045-1263               Grain Bin Complex, Oswald (ND)

Rolette County:
Organized October 14, 1884.  Named in memory of Joseph Rolette, one of the earliest pioneers and a prominent figure among his people.
County Seat:  Rolla
Area:  918 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-1264               Rolette County Court House, Rolla (ND)
2013-P-045-1265               Rolette County Court House, Rolla (ND)
2013-P-045-1266               Farmers Elevator, Agate (ND)
2013-P-045-1267               Elevator, Agate (ND)
2013-P-045-1268               Cenex Station (post office inside) and elevator, Agate (ND)
2013-P-045-1269               Farmers Elevator, Agate (ND)
2013-P-045-1270               Indian Hospital, Belcourt (ND)
2013-P-045-1271               Peavey Elevator (closed), Dunseith (ND)
2013-P-045-1272               Turtle sculpture made of tires, Dunseith (ND)
2013-P-045-1273               2 elevators (closed), Fonda (ND)
2013-P-045-1274               Post Office, Mylo (ND)
2013-P-045-1275               School (closed), Mylo (ND)
2013-P-045-1276               Main Street, Nanson (ND)
2013-P-045-1277               Co-op Elevator, Rolette (ND)
2013-P-045-1278               Post Office, Rolette (ND)
2013-P-045-1279               Elevator, Rolla (ND)
2013-P-045-1280               Elevator, Rolla (ND)
2013-P-045-1281               Elevator, Rolla (ND)
2013-P-045-1282               Post Office, Rolla (ND)
2013-P-045-1283               Old Stone Castle (built 1890-1895), Rolla (ND)
2013-P-045-1284               Post Office, Rolla (ND)
2013-P-045-1285               Elevator, St. John (ND)
2013-P-045-1286               Post Office, St. John (ND)
2013-P-045-1287               Farmers Union Elevator, Thorne (ND)

Sargent County:
Organized October 8, 1883.  Named in honor of General H.E. Sargent, Superintendent of the Northern Pacific Railroad in early days and active in development of that area.
County Seat:  Forman
Area:  885 sq. mi.
 
2013-P-045-1288               Sargent County Court House, Forman (ND)
2013-P-045-1289               Elevator, Brampton (ND)
2013-P-045-1290               Elevator, Cayuga (ND)
2013-P-045-1291               Elevator, Cayuga (ND)
2013-P-045-1292               Cayuga (ND)
2013-P-045-1293               Post Office, Cayuga (ND)
2013-P-045-1294               Farmers Elevator, Cogswell (ND)
2013-P-045-1295               Cogswell (ND)
2013-P-045-1296               Community Center and Post Office, Cogswell (ND)
2013-P-045-1297               Elevator and bins, Crete (ND)
2013-P-045-1298               Post Office (closed), Crete (ND)
2013-P-045-1299               Farmers Elevator, DeLamere (ND)
2013-P-045-1300               Farmers Elevator, DeLamere (ND)
2013-P-045-1301               Post Office (closed), DeLamere (ND)
2013-P-045-1302               Forman Grain Co. Elevator, Forman (ND)
2013-P-045-1303               Forman (ND)
2013-P-045-1304               Post Office, Forman (ND)
2013-P-045-1305               Elevator Complex, Geneseo (ND)
2013-P-045-1306               Elevator Complex, Geneseo (ND)
2013-P-045-1307               Railroad Junction, Geneseo (ND)
2013-P-045-1308               Community Hall, Geneseo (ND)
2013-P-045-1309               Church, Geneseo (ND)
2013-P-045-1310               Farmers Elevator, Gwinner (ND)
2013-P-045-1311               Farmers Elevator, Gwinner (ND)
2013-P-045-1312               Post Office, Gwinner (ND)
2013-P-045-1313               Water tower, Gwinner (ND)
2013-P-045-1314               Elevator, Havana (ND)
2013-P-045-1315               Post Office, Havana (ND)
2013-P-045-1316               Farmers Inn, Havana (ND)
2013-P-045-1317               Elevator, Milnor (ND)
2013-P-045-1318               Post Office, Milnor (ND)
2013-P-045-1319               Elevator, Rutland (ND)
2013-P-045-1320               Post Office, Rutland (ND)
2013-P-045-1321               Elevator, Stirum (ND)
2013-P-045-1322               Abandoned store, Straubville (ND)
2013-P-045-1323               Elevator, Hoving (ND)
2013-P-045-1324               Nicholson (ND)
2013-P-045-1325               Perry (ND)
2013-P-045-1326               Abandoned house, Harlem (ND)

Sheridan County:
Organized in October 1908.  Named in honor of General Philip Sheridan.
County Seat:  McClusky
Area:  996 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-1327               Sheridan County Court House, McClusky (ND)
2013-P-045-1328               Elevator (closed), Denhoff (ND)
2013-P-045-1329               Post Office, Denhoff (ND)
2013-P-045-1330               Farmers Elevator Co., Goodrich (ND)
2013-P-045-1331               Post Office, Goodrich (ND)
2013-P-045-1332               Farmers Elevator, Martin (ND)
2013-P-045-1333               Farmers Elevator, Martin (ND)
2013-P-045-1334               3 Farmers Elevators, McClusky (ND)
2013-P-045-1335               Elevator (closed), Pickardville (ND)
2013-P-045-1336               Post Office, Martin (ND)

Sioux County:
Organized September 3, 1914.  Named after the Sioux Indians.
County Seat:  Fort Yates
Area:  1116 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-1337               Sioux County Court House, Fort Yates (ND)
2013-P-045-1338               Indian School, Cannonball (ND)
2013-P-045-1339               Post Office, Fort Yates (ND)
2013-P-045-1340               GTA Farmers Elevator, Selfridge (ND)
2013-P-045-1341               Post Office, Selfridge (ND)
2013-P-045-1342               2 elevators, Solen (ND)
2013-P-045-1343               Post Office, Solen (ND)

Slope County:
Organized January 14, 1915 from the southern part of Billings County.  Badlands are located in the western part of this county.
County Seat:  Amidon
Area:  1224 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-1344               Slope County Court House, Amidon (ND)
2013-P-045-1345               USDA and Post Office, Amidon (ND)
2013-P-045-1346               Post Office, Marmarth (ND)
2013-P-045-1347               Old Milwaukee Railroad Depot, Marmarth (ND)
2013-P-045-1348               Railroad sign and old railroad section house, Marmarth (ND)

Stark County:
Organized May 25, 1882.  Named in memory of George Stark, an early general manager of the Northern Pacific Railroad.
County Seat:  Dickinson
Area:  1356 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-1349               Stark County Court House, Dickinson (ND)
2013-P-045-1350               Farmers Elevator, Belfield (ND)
2013-P-045-1351               Northern Pacific Depot (closed), Belfield (ND)
2013-P-045-1352               Cargill Elevators, Dickinson (ND)
2013-P-045-1353               Woody’s Feed & Grain Co. Elevator, Dickinson (ND)
2013-P-045-1354               Post Office, Dickinson (ND)
2013-P-045-1355               Elevator, Gladstone (ND)
2013-P-045-1356               Old tipped over Birdsall Elevator, Gladstone (ND)
2013-P-045-1357               Old tipped over Birdsall Elevator, Gladstone (ND)
2013-P-045-1358               Post Office, Gladstone (ND)
2013-P-045-1359               Elementary school, Lefor (ND)
2013-P-045-1360               St. George’s? Catholic Church, Lefor (ND)
2013-P-045-1361               Southwest Grain Co. Elevators, Richardton (ND)
2013-P-045-1362               Southwest Grain Co. Elevators, Richardton (ND)
2013-P-045-1363               Post Office, Richardton (ND)
2013-P-045-1364               Water tower, Richardton (ND)
2013-P-045-1365               St. Mary’s Abbey Church, Richardton (ND)
2013-P-045-1366               St. Mary’s Abbey Church, Richardton (ND)
2013-P-045-1367               Farmers Elevator, South Heart (ND)
2013-P-045-1368               Post Office, South Heart (ND)
2013-P-045-1369               Norwest Grain Co. terminal, Taylor (ND)
2013-P-045-1370               Farmers Elevator, Taylor (ND)
2013-P-045-1371               Post Office, Taylor (ND)

Steele County:
Organized June 13, 1883.  Named for Franklin Steele, President of Red River Land Company and an early Fort Snelling trader who was prominent in development of this area.
County Seat:  Finley
Area:  717 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-1372               Steele County Court House, Finley (ND)
2013-P-045-1373               Steele County Court House, Finley (ND)
2013-P-045-1374               Old school, Blabon (ND)
2013-P-045-1375               Elevator, Colgate (ND)
2013-P-045-1376               Elevator, Colgate (ND)
2013-P-045-1377               Elevator, Colgate (ND)
2013-P-045-1378               Farmers Elevator, Finley (ND)
2013-P-045-1379               Farmers Elevator, Finley (ND)
2013-P-045-1380               Elevators, Finley (ND)
2013-P-045-1381               Water tower, Finley (ND)
2013-P-045-1382               Post Office, Finley (ND)
2013-P-045-1383               Farmers Elevator, Hope (ND)
2013-P-045-1384               Elevator, Hope (ND)
2013-P-045-1385               Old general store (now Steele County Museum), Hope (ND)
2013-P-045-1386               Post Office, Hope (ND)
2013-P-045-1387               Water tower, Hope (ND)
2013-P-045-1388               Elevator, Luverne (ND)
2013-P-045-1389               Farmers Elevator, Luverne (ND)
2013-P-045-1390               Post Office, Luverne (ND)
2013-P-045-1391               Elevator, Pickert (ND)
2013-P-045-1392               Farmers Elevator Co., Sharon (ND)
2013-P-045-1393               Farmers Elevator, Sharon (ND)
2013-P-045-1394               Water tower, Sharon (ND)
2013-P-045-1395               Post Office, Sharon (ND)
2013-P-045-1396               Abandoned house, Sherbrooke (ND)
2013-P-045-1397               Cemetery, Sherbrooke (ND)

Stutsman County:
Organized June 10, 1873.  Named in memory of Enos Stutsman, a special agent of the United States Treasury Department, member of the territorial legislature and prominent in Pembina County activities.
County Seat:  Jamestown
Area:  2282 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-1398               Stutsman County Court House, Jamestown (ND)
2013-P-045-1399               Old Stutsman County Court House (built 1883, closed), Jamestown (ND)
2013-P-045-1400               Elevator, Buchanan (ND)
2013-P-045-1401               Farmers Elevator, Clementsville (ND)
2013-P-045-1402               Farmers Co-op Elevator, Cleveland (ND)
2013-P-045-1403               Elevator, Cleveland (ND)
2013-P-045-1404               Abandoned school, Cleveland (ND)
2013-P-045-1405               Post Office, Cleveland (ND)
2013-P-045-1406               Farmers Elevator, Courtney (ND)
2013-P-045-1407               Post Office, Courtney (ND)
2013-P-045-1408               McDonald Building (closed), Courtney (ND)
2013-P-045-1409               Edmunds (ND)
2013-P-045-1410               Elevator (closed), Eldridge (ND)
2013-P-045-1411               Occident Elevator, Eldridge (ND)
2013-P-045-1412               Elevator, Eldridge (ND)
2013-P-045-1413               Old Hotel and General Store (closed), Eldridge (ND)
2013-P-045-1414               Peavey Elevator, Jamestown (ND)
2013-P-045-1415               Peavey Elevator, Jamestown (ND)
2013-P-045-1416               Catholic Church, Jamestown (ND)
2013-P-045-1417               Buffalo sculpture, Jamestown (ND)
2013-P-045-1418               Kensal Farmers Elevator, Kensal (ND)
2013-P-045-1419               Elevator, Kensal (ND)
2013-P-045-1420               Elevator, Kensal (ND)
2013-P-045-1421               Depot, Kensal (ND)
2013-P-045-1422               Post Office, Kensal (ND)
2013-P-045-1423               Old coal shed on Main Street, Klose (ND)
2013-P-045-1424               Elevator and depot, Medina (ND)
2013-P-045-1425               Post Office, Medina (ND)
2013-P-045-1426               Peavey Elevator, Millarton (ND)
2013-P-045-1427               Elevator (closed), Montpelier (ND)
2013-P-045-1428               Parkhurst (ND)
2013-P-045-1429               Elevator, Pingree (ND)
2013-P-045-1430               Depot, Pingree (ND)
2013-P-045-1431               DeGroot Elevator Co., Spiritwood (ND)
2013-P-045-1432               Spiritwood (ND)
2013-P-045-1433               Ladish Elevator Complex, Spiritwood (ND)
2013-P-045-1434               Ladish Malting Plant, Spiritwood (ND)
2013-P-045-1435               Ladish Corp Terminal, Spiritwood (ND)
2013-P-045-1436               Elevator Complex, Spiritwood (ND)
2013-P-045-1437               Spiritwood Lake
2013-P-045-1438               Farmers Co-op Elevator, Streeter (ND)
2013-P-045-1439               Main Street, Streeter (ND)
2013-P-045-1440               2 elevator (closed), Sydney (ND)
2013-P-045-1441               Sydney (ND)
2013-P-045-1442               Abandoned elevators, Sydney (ND)
2013-P-045-1443               Farmers Elevator, Windsor (ND)
2013-P-045-1444               Elevator, Windsor (ND)
2013-P-045-1445               Farmers Elevator Co., Woodworth (ND)
2013-P-045-1446               Post Office and elevator, Woodworth (ND)
2013-P-045-1447               Elevator Complex, Ypsilanti (ND)
2013-P-045-1448               Elevator, Ypsilanti (ND)
2013-P-045-1449               Post Office, Spiritwood (ND)
2013-P-045-1450               Post Office, Ypsilanti (ND)

Towner County:
Organized January 24, 1884.  Named in honor of O.M. Towner, founder of Elk Valley Farm in Grand Forks County and a member of the territorial legislature.
County Seat:  Cando
Area:  1037 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-1451               Towner County Court House, Cando (ND)
2013-P-045-1452               Elevator (closed), Armourdale (ND)
2013-P-045-1453               Arndt (ND)
2013-P-045-1454               Elevator, Bisbee (ND)
2013-P-045-1455               North Central Grain Co-op, Bisbee (ND)
2013-P-045-1456               Post Office, Bisbee (ND)
2013-P-045-1457               Farmers Elevator, Cando (ND)
2013-P-045-1458               3 Peavey Elevators and 3 other elevators, Cando (ND)
2013-P-045-1459               Post Office, Cando (ND)
2013-P-045-1460               Elevator (closed), Crocus (ND)
2013-P-045-1461               Elevator, Egeland (ND)
2013-P-045-1462               Post Office, Egeland (ND)
2013-P-045-1463               Public School, Egeland (ND)
2013-P-045-1464               Old Sioux Railroad Depot, Egeland (ND)
2013-P-045-1465               Elevator, Hansboro (ND)
2013-P-045-1466               Main Street, Hansboro (ND)
2013-P-045-1467               Post Office, Hansboro (ND)
2013-P-045-1468               Maza (ND)
2013-P-045-1469               Concrete outhouse and elevator foundations, Newville (ND)
2013-P-045-1470               Elevator (closed), Olmstead (ND)
2013-P-045-1471               Elevator (closed), Olmstead (ND)
2013-P-045-1472               Railroad Junction, Olmstead (ND)
2013-P-045-1473               Farmers Elevator, Perth (ND)
2013-P-045-1474               Elevator, Rock Lake (ND)
2013-P-045-1475               Post Office, Rock Lake (ND)
2013-P-045-1476               Farmers Union Elevator, Rock Lake (ND)

Traill County:
Organized February 23, 1875.  Named in honor of Walter S. Traill, prominent in the early development of the area and en employee of the Hudson’s Bay Company which established a post in Caledonia.
County Seat:  Hillsboro, moved from Caledonia in 1891
Area:  865 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-1477               Traill County Court House, Hillsboro (ND)
2013-P-045-1478               Traill County Court House, Hillsboro (ND)
2013-P-045-1479               Traill County Court House, Hillsboro (ND)
2013-P-045-1480               Traill County Court House, Hillsboro (ND)
2013-P-045-1481               Elevator, Blanchard (ND)
2013-P-045-1482               Elevator, Blanchard (ND)
2013-P-045-1483               Main Street, Blanchard (ND)
2013-P-045-1484               KTHI Tower, Blanchard (ND)
2013-P-045-1485               Farmers Co-op Elevator, Buxton (ND)
2013-P-045-1486               Bank, Buxton (ND)
2013-P-045-1487               Post Office and store, Caledonia (ND)
2013-P-045-1488               Elevator, Clifford (ND)
2013-P-045-1489               Elevator, Clifford (ND)
2013-P-045-1490               Post Office, Clifford (ND)
2013-P-045-1491               Farmers Elevator, Cummings (ND)
2013-P-045-1492               Post Office, Cummings (ND)
2013-P-045-1493               Frog Point (old Bellmont Park), Buxton (ND)
2013-P-045-1494               Church at Frog Point, near Buxton (ND)
2013-P-045-1495               Frog Point, Buxton (ND)
2013-P-045-1496               Elevator, Galesburg (ND)
2013-P-045-1497               Elevator, Galesburg (ND)
2013-P-045-1498               Bins, Galesburg (ND)
2013-P-045-1499               Post Office, Galesburg (ND)
2013-P-045-1500               Elevator, Hatton (ND)
2013-P-045-1501               Farmers Elevator, Hatton (ND)
2013-P-045-1502               Elevators, Hatton (ND)
2013-P-045-1503               Water tower, Hatton (ND)
2013-P-045-1504               Post Office, Hatton (ND)
2013-P-045-1505               Post Office, Hatton (ND)
2013-P-045-1506               Elevator, Hillsboro (ND)
2013-P-045-1507               Post Office, Hillsboro (ND)
2013-P-045-1508               Depot, Elevator, and Railroad Tracks, Hillsboro (ND)
2013-P-045-1509               American Crystal Sugar Beet Plant, Hillsboro (ND)
2013-P-045-1510               Water tower, Hillsboro (ND)
2013-P-045-1511               Elevator, Kelso (ND)
2013-P-045-1512               Farmers Elevator Co., Mayville (ND)
2013-P-045-1513               Farmers Elevator, Mayville (ND)
2013-P-045-1514               Elevator and Depot, Mayville (ND)
2013-P-045-1515               Walking Bridge over Goose River, Mayville (ND)
2013-P-045-1516               Post Office, Mayville (ND)
2013-P-045-1517               Water tower and Library, Mayville (ND)
2013-P-045-1518               Farmers Elevator, Portland (ND)
2013-P-045-1519               Farmers Elevator, Portland (ND)
2013-P-045-1520               Portland Junction Grain Co. Elevator, Portland (ND)
2013-P-045-1521               Portland Junction, Portland (ND)
2013-P-045-1522               Railroad Junction between Mayville and Portland (ND)
2013-P-045-1523               Water tower, Portland (ND)
2013-P-045-1524               Red elevator, Portland (ND)
2013-P-045-1525               Great Western Elevator Co. (closed), Portland (ND)
2013-P-045-1526               Elevator (closed), Portland (ND)
2013-P-045-1527               Post office and old bank building, Portland (ND)
2013-P-045-1528               Elevator, Roseville (ND)
2013-P-045-1529               Peavey Elevator (closed), Chola (ND)

Walsh County:
Organized August 30, 1887.  Named for George H. Walsh, president of the territorial council of 1881, 1883, and 1889 and a member of the North Dakota Legislative Assembly.
County Seat:  Grafton
Area:  1282 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-1530               Walsh County Court House, Grafton (ND)
2013-P-045-1531               Elevator, Adams (ND)
2013-P-045-1532               Post Office, Adams (ND)
2013-P-045-1533               Elevator, Adams (ND)
2013-P-045-1534               Mountain Lutheran Church, Adams (ND)
2013-P-045-1535               Elevator, Ardoch (ND)
2013-P-045-1536               Post Office, Ardoch (ND)
2013-P-045-1537               Main Street, Ardoch (ND)
2013-P-045-1538               Railroad Junction, Ardoch (ND)
2013-P-045-1539               Elevator, Auburn (ND)
2013-P-045-1540               Cashel (ND)
2013-P-045-1541               Bjorneby Elevator, Conway (ND)
2013-P-045-1542               St. Mark’s Catholic Church, Conway (ND)
2013-P-045-1543               Railroad Junction, Conway (ND)
2013-P-045-1544               Farmers Elevator Co., Edinburg (ND)
2013-P-045-1545               Elevator, Edinburg (ND)
2013-P-045-1546               Post Office, Edinburg (ND)
2013-P-045-1547               Farmers Co-op Elevator, Fairdale (ND)
2013-P-045-1548               Post Office, Fairdale (ND)
2013-P-045-1549               Elevator, Fordville (ND)
2013-P-045-1550               Farmers Elevator, Fordville (ND)
2013-P-045-1551               Fordville Grain Co. Elevator, Fordville (ND)
2013-P-045-1552               Post Office, Fordville (ND)
2013-P-045-1553               Fordville Grain Co., Fordville (ND)
2013-P-045-1554               Soo Line split west of Fordville (ND)
2013-P-045-1555               Post Office, Forest River (ND)
2013-P-045-1556               Farmers Elevator, Forest River (ND)
2013-P-045-1557               Peavey Elevator, Grafton (ND)
2013-P-045-1558               Farmers Co-op Elevator, Grafton (ND)
2013-P-045-1559               Post Office, Grafton (ND)
2013-P-045-1560               Grafton Farmers Co-op Grain Co., Grafton (ND)
2013-P-045-1561               Elevators, Forest River (ND)
2013-P-045-1562               Peavey Elevator, Harriet (ND)
2013-P-045-1563               Farmers Elevator, Hoople (ND)
2013-P-045-1564               Post Office, Hoople (ND)
2013-P-045-1565               Elevator, Hoople (ND)
2013-P-045-1566               Hall Brothers Elevator, Hoople (ND)
2013-P-045-1567               Farmers Elevator Co., Hoople (ND)
2013-P-045-1568               Post Office, Lankin (ND)
2013-P-045-1569               Farmers Elevator, Lankin (ND)
2013-P-045-1570               Farmers Elevator, Lankin (ND)
2013-P-045-1571               Farmers Grain Co., Lankin (ND)
2013-P-045-1572               Abandoned school, Mandt (ND)
2013-P-045-1573               Elevator, Minto (ND)
2013-P-045-1574               Post Office, Minto (ND)
2013-P-045-1575               Water tower, Minto (ND)
2013-P-045-1576               Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Minto (ND)
2013-P-045-1577               Elevator, Nash (ND)
2013-P-045-1578               Elementary school, Nash (ND)
2013-P-045-1579               Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Oakwood (ND)
2013-P-045-1580               Elevator, Park River (ND)
2013-P-045-1581               Elevator, Park River (ND)
2013-P-045-1582               Post Office, Park River (ND)
2013-P-045-1583               Farmers Union Co-op Elevator, Park River (ND)
2013-P-045-1584               Wooden railroad water tower on old Great Northern Railroad, Park River (ND)
2013-P-045-1585               Wooden railroad water tower, Park River (ND)
2013-P-045-1586               Main Street, Park River (ND)
2013-P-045-1587               Main Street, Park River (ND)
2013-P-045-1588               Elevators, Pisek (ND)
2013-P-045-1589               St. John’s Church, Pisek (ND)
2013-P-045-1590               Post Office, Pisek (ND)
2013-P-045-1591               School (built 1916), Pisek (ND)
2013-P-045-1592               Old bank building, Pisek (ND)
2013-P-045-1593               Peavey Elevator (closed), Poland (ND)
2013-P-045-1594               St. Luke’s Catholic Church, Vesseleyville (ND)
2013-P-045-1595               Voss Grain Co., Voss (ND)
2013-P-045-1596               Voss Grain Co., Voss (ND)
2013-P-045-1597               St. Stanislaus Catholic Church, Warsaw (ND)
2013-P-045-1598               Soo Line Railroad Bridge (built 1902?), on Red River just west of Olso, MN            

Ward County:
Organized in 1885.  Named in honor of J. P. Ward, member of the 1885 Territorial Legislature and a true friend of northern Dakota Territory, although he represented a southern legislative district.
County Seat:  Minot
Area:  2054 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-1599               Ward County Court House, Minot (ND)
2013-P-045-1600               Ward County Court House, Minot (ND)
2013-P-045-1601               Ward County Court House, Minot (ND)
2013-P-045-1602               Ward County Court House, Minot (ND)
2013-P-045-1603               Abandoned Church, Aurelia (ND)
2013-P-045-1604               Farmers Elevator, Berthold (ND)
2013-P-045-1605               Post Office, Berthold (ND)
2013-P-045-1606               Post Office, Burlington (ND)
2013-P-045-1607               Elevator, Carpio (ND)
2013-P-045-1608               Elevators, Carpio (ND)
2013-P-045-1609               Post Office, Carpio (ND)
2013-P-045-1610               2 elevators and old railroad water tower, Des Lacs (ND)
2013-P-045-1611               Post Office, Des Lacs (ND)
2013-P-045-1612               Burlington-Northern railroad trestle bridge, Des Lacs (ND)
2013-P-045-1613               2 elevators, Donnybrook (ND)
2013-P-045-1614               2 elevators (closed), Douglas (ND)
2013-P-045-1615               Post Office, Douglas (ND)
2013-P-045-1616               Elevators (closed), Foxholm (ND)
2013-P-045-1617               Occident Elevators, Foxholm (ND)
2013-P-045-1618               GTA Elevator (closed), Hartland (ND)
2013-P-045-1619               Elevator, Kenaston (ND)
2013-P-045-1620               Old Soo Line Railroad Depot, Kenmare (ND)
2013-P-045-1621               Main Street, Kenmare (ND)
2013-P-045-1622               Danish Flour Mill (built 1902), Kenmare (ND)
2013-P-045-1623               Elevator (closed), Logan (ND)
2013-P-045-1624               Elevator, Lonetree (ND)
2013-P-045-1625               Lonetree (ND)
2013-P-045-1626               Elevators, Makoti (ND)
2013-P-045-1627               Post Office, Makoti (ND)
2013-P-045-1628               Minot Farmers Elevator Co., Minot (ND)
2013-P-045-1629               Post Office, Minot (ND)
2013-P-045-1630               St. Leo’s Catholic Church, Minot (ND)
2013-P-045-1631               Farmers Co-op Elevator, Niobe (ND)
2013-P-045-1632               Old Burlington-Northern (Great Northern) Depot, Niobe (ND)
2013-P-045-1633               Store, Ruthville (ND)
2013-P-045-1634               Elevator, Ryder (ND)
2013-P-045-1635               Farmers Elevator, Ryder (ND)
2013-P-045-1636               Post Office, Ryder (ND)
2013-P-045-1637               Water tower and old newspaper office (built 1903), Ryder (ND)
2013-P-045-1638               Farmers Co-op Elevator, Sawyer (ND)
2013-P-045-1639               Post Office, Sawyer (ND)
2013-P-045-1640               General Store, Sawyer (ND)
2013-P-045-1641               South Prairie (ND)
2013-P-045-1642               Post Office, Surrey (ND)
2013-P-045-1643               Farmers Co-op Elevator, Surrey (ND)
2013-P-045-1644               Elevator, Surrey (ND)
2013-P-045-1645               Elevator (closed), Surrey (ND)
2013-P-045-1646               Farmers Union Elevator (closed), Wolseth (ND)

Wells County:
Organized August 24, 1873? Named for E. P. Wells, a member of the territorial assembly who was closely identified with the early development of the region. 
County Seat:  Fessenden
Area:  1293 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-1647               Wells County Court House, Fessenden (ND)
2013-P-045-1648               Wells County Court House, Fessenden (ND)
2013-P-045-1649               Red Victoria Elevator (closed), Bowden (ND)
2013-P-045-1650               Red Victoria Elevator (closed), Bowden (ND)
2013-P-045-1651               Farmers Grain Co., Bowden (ND)
2013-P-045-1652               Post Office, Bowden (ND)
2013-P-045-1653               Bremen Elevator Co., Bremen (ND)
20 13-P-045-1654              Post Office, Bremen (ND)
2013-P-045-1655               Elevator, Cathay (ND)
2013-P-045-1656               Post Office and Main Street, Cathay (ND)
2013-P-045-1657               Garage and Main Street, Chasely (ND)
2013-P-045-1658               Elevator, Emrick (ND)
2013-P-045-1659               Elevator Complex, Fessenden (ND)
2013-P-045-1660               Elevator, Fessenden (ND)
2013-P-045-1661               Post Office, Fessenden (ND)
2013-P-045-1662               GTA Elevator, Hamberg (ND)
2013-P-045-1663               Post Office, Hamberg (ND)
2013-P-045-1664               School (closed, built 1908), Hamberg (ND)
2013-P-045-1665               Farmers Elevator, Harvey (ND)
2013-P-045-1666               Elevator and Bin Complex, Harvey (ND)
2013-P-045-1667               Post Office, Harvey (ND)
2013-P-045-1668               Occident Elevator (closed), Heaton (ND)
2013-P-045-1669               Post Office, Heaton (ND)
2013-P-045-1670               Equity Farmers Elevator Co., Heimdal (ND)
2013-P-045-1671               Post Office, Heimdal (ND)
2013-P-045-1672               Occident Elevator, Hurdsfield (ND)
2013-P-045-1673               Post Office, Hurdsfield (ND)
2013-P-045-1674               Farmers Elevator, Manfred (ND)
2013-P-045-1675               Elevators, Manfred (ND)
2013-P-045-1676               School (closed), Manfred (ND)
2013-P-045-1677               Old hotel and Main Street, Manfred (ND)
2013-P-045-1678               Post Office, Manfred (ND)
2013-P-045-1679               Farmers Union Elevator (closed), Sykeston (ND)
2013-P-045-1680               GTA Elevator, Sykeston (ND)
2013-P-045-1681               Post Office, Sykeston (ND)
2013-P-045-1682               Victoria Elevator Co. (closed), Wellsburg (ND)
2013-P-045-1683               Wooden octagon silo, Sykeston (ND)

Williams County:
Organized in 1889. Named in memory of Erastus A. Williams, who came to Yankton in 1869 and later to Bismarck where he was an outstanding figure in promoting the interests of western North Dakota.  His ten terms in the Territorial Legislature were climaxed by his service as Speaker of the House of Representatives in 1883, at which time the territorial capitol was moved from Yankton to Bismarck.
County Seat:  Williston
Area:  1238 sq. mi.

2013-P-045-1684               Williams County Court House, Williston (ND)
2013-P-045-1685               Farmers Co-op Elevator, Alamo (ND)
2013-P-045-1686               Alamo High School, Alamo (ND)
2013-P-045-1687               Farmers Elevator Co. (closed), Appam (ND)
2013-P-045-1688               Bonetrail (ND)
2013-P-045-1689               Corinth (ND)
2013-P-045-1690               Fort Buford (ND)
2013-P-045-1691               Fort Union (ND)
2013-P-045-1692               Elevators, Grenora (ND)
2013-P-045-1693               Post Office, Grenora (ND)
2013-P-045-1694               Hamlet (ND)
2013-P-045-1695               Occident Elevator (closed), Hanks (ND)                                 
2013-P-045-1696               2 elevators (closed), McGregor (ND)
2013-P-045-1697               Post Office, McGregor (ND)
2013-P-045-1698               2 elevators and Depot, Tioga (ND)
2013-P-045-1699               Amerada Hess Refining Co., Tioga (ND)
2013-P-045-1700               Water tower, Tioga (ND)
2013-P-045-1701               GTA Elevator, Trenton (ND)
2013-P-045-1702               Elevators, Trenton (ND)
2013-P-045-1703               Post Office, Wildrose (ND)
2013-P-045-1704               Elevator (closed), Wildrose (ND)
2013-P-045-1705               Post Office, Williston (ND)
2013-P-045-1706               Northwest Grain Co-op Terminal, Williston (ND)
2013-P-045-1707               Elevators, Williston (ND)
2013-P-045-1708               Depot, Williston (ND)
2013-P-045-1709               Old Pioneer School, northwest of Williston (ND)
2013-P-045-1710               Farmers Union Elevator Co., Zahl (ND)
2013-P-045-1711               Post Office, Zahl (ND)
2013-P-045-1712               Farmers Elevator (closed), Wheelock (ND)
2013-P-045-1713               Credit Union and Post Office, Ray (ND)
2013-P-045-1714               2 elevators, Ray (ND)
2013-P-045-1715               Main Street, Post Office, and elevator, Epping (ND)
2013-P-045-1716               Farmers Elevator, Epping (ND)
2013-P-045-1717               Main Street, Temple (ND)
2013-P-045-1718               Temple (ND)
2013-P-045-1719               Bar and Main Street, Springbrook (ND)
2013-P-045-1720               Farmers Elevator, Prosper (ND)
2013-P-045-1721               Farmers Elevator, Prosper (ND)
2013-P-045-1722               Prosper (ND)
2013-P-045-1723               Elevator, Prosper (ND)
2013-P-045-1724               Prosper (ND)
2013-P-045-1725               Elevator, Prosper (ND)
2013-P-045-1726               Farmers Elevator, Prosper (ND)
2013-P-045-1727               Elevator, Prosper (ND)
2013-P-045-1728               Farmers Elevator, Prosper (ND)
2013-P-045-1729               Lutheran Church, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1730               First Presbyterian Church (built 1929), Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1731               St. Mary’s Cathedral (built 1898), Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1732               St. Mary’s Cathedral (built 1898), Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1733               St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church, Moorhead, MN
2013-P-045-1734               Old PPTV Tower, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1735               BN Railroad tower and warehouse, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1736               Northern-Pacific railroad depot, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1737               10th Street South, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1738               8th Street South, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1739               Looking west on 1st Ave. N. into Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1740               Old wooden building between 7th & 8th St and N.P. Ave., Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1741               Old wooden building, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1742               Broadway, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1743               Looking east from Roberts St. on 1st Ave. North, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1744               Old Gardner Hotel, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1745               High rise, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1746               Old Ford Motor Plant, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1747               Old Universal building, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1748               Old Fargo Theater (built 1926), Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1749               Old Powers Hotel, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1750               Old O. J. DeLeudrice (?) Building (built 1906), Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1751               Northern School Supply building, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1752               Radisson Hotel, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1753               2nd Ave. North, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1754               Interstate Bank, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1755               Old Fargo National Bank building (Interstate Bank), Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1756               Interstate Bank, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1757               Kragnes Farmers Elevator, Moorhead, MN
2013-P-045-1758               Red River Commodities Elevator Complex
2013-P-045-1759               Brick building, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1760               Old Allis Chalmers Manufacturing Company building, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1761               Old Pence Automobile building, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1762               Pence Automobile building, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1763               Old building on N.P. Ave (built 1915), Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1764               Federal building, Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1765               Old H.I. Case building (built 1911), Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1766               St. Mark’s Lutheran Church (built 1910), Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1767               Statue of “Rolf” on north 8th & 9th St.
2013-P-045-1768               Old warehouse on old G-N Railroad tracks on 8th St. N., Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1769               First Lutheran Church (built 1919), Fargo (ND)
2013-P-045-1770               Old Milwaukee Railroad Depot (built 1885)

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