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Second Baptist Church Bismarck ND

00739 North Dakota Baptist Photographs
ca. 1860-1950
Consists of images of church buildings; pastors and families; state and national conventions; architectural styles of different cultures and ethnicities, including dugouts, log cabins, and Russian thatched roofs. Church activities and the 1934 jubilee are also included. One scrapbook contains portraits of John Grass, Tim Enemy, Low Dog, and Red Tomahawk. Subjects include an Indian pastor; Rev. Thoralsen with Mrs. Walker and child; Dr. Stockmand and Mary Crawler; Sioux camp after Custer battle; Whitestone Hill battle; Indian woman with travois; government distribution of oxen to Sioux, Fort Yates; Indians at dedication of Roosevelt Memorial Bridge across the Little Missouri; Indians on horseback; an eagle staff and Sioux and Mandan; several Crow Indian photos; as well as Baptist Indian missions at Crow Agency and Lodge Grass MY. Also included are post cards of forts Rice, Buford, Abercrombie, Pembina, Clark, and Totten. (2 scrapbooks)

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