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Historic Preservation - National Register Historic Contexts

Larger documents below are split into a text file (part 1) and a drawings file (part 2).

Bonanza Farming in North Dakota (654KB)

Coal Mining in the Coal-Bearing Region of North Dakota, 1870-1945  Part 1 (7.25MB)

Coal Mining in the Coal-Bearing Region of North Dakota, 1870-1945  Part 2 (5.15MB)

Common Farm and Ranch Barns in North Dakota (2.2 MB)

Episcopal Churches of North Dakota (2MB)

Ethnic Architecture in Stark County, ND (1992) (15.89MB)

The Evolution of Gilbert R. Horton, Architects  Part 1 (8.97MB)

The Evolution of Gilbert R. Horton, Architects  Part 2 (5.06MB)

The Evolution of Van Horn & Ritterbush, et al.  Part 1 (9.50MB)

The Evolution of Van Horn & Ritterbush, et al.  Part 2 (6.28MB)

Farms in North Dakota Part 1 (7.19 MB pdf)

Farms in North Dakota Part 2 - Appendix (1.34MB xlxs)

Federal Relief Construction in North Dakota, 1931-1943 (3.9MB)

Folk Farmsteads on the Frontier (2.9MB pdf)

German-Russian Wrought Iron Cross Sites in Central North Dakota (897KB)

Joseph Bell DeRemer and Samuel Teel DeRemer Architects in ND (8.1MB pdf)

Nonpartisan League's Home Building Association Resources in ND (265KB)

Open Range Ranching in North Dakota (7.95 MB)

Open Range Ranching in North Dakota - Appendices (1.22 MB)

Open Range Ranching in North Dakota - Figures (1.31 MB)

Philanthropically Established Libraries in North Dakota (689KB)

Railroads in North Dakota, 1872-1956 (2009) (7.42MB)

Theodore B. Wells and the firm of Wells-Denbrook Architects in North Dakota; 1923-1978 (2MB)

Ukrainian Immigrant Dwellings & Churches in North Dakota from Early Settlement Until the Depression (840KB)

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