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Melchoir Roeder

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young man, cowboy, cowboy hat, scarf, portrait

Melchoir Roeder

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young man, cowboy, cowboy hat, scarf, portrait

Melchoir Roeder

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young man, cowboy, cowboy hat, scarf, portrait

Melchoir Roeder

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young man, cowboy, cowboy hat, scarf, portrait

Melchoir Roeder

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young man, cowboy, cowboy hat, scarf, portrait

Melchoir Roeder

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young man, cowboy, cowboy hat, scarf, portrait, watch, smoking

Melchoir Roeder

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young man, cowboy, cowboy hat, scarf, portrait, watch, smoking

H. Desmond-Cowboys of Southwestern North Dakota

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William "Bill" Cuskelly (1843- 1928) - A native of Ireland. Came to the USA with his parents in 1849 and to Dickinson in 1885. He homesteaded on the outskirts of Dickinson and donated land for St. Patrick's cemetery. First sheriff of Stark county…

H. Desmond-Cowboys of Southwestern North Dakota

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William "Billy" Howard Chaloner (1867-1935). Chaloner was national bronco buster champion and for 25 years, state champion. From Virginia City, MT, he came to Dakota in 1890, worked as a cowboy and foreman and had livery barn in Dickinson before…

H. Desmond-Cowboys of Southwestern North Dakota

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James A. Wilson- (1862-1949)- Whether handling a horse , a roundup or any kind of herd or gun, Jim was rated the best. He also knew all of the Reservations and most of the Indians. From Ft. Worth he trailed cattle to Dakota when it was a territory.…

H. Desmond-Cowboys of Southwestern North Dakota

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Simon Cuskelly-(1883-1953)- Born at Faribault, MN. He grew up on his parent's farm near Dickinson. He attended a St. Paul business college before homesteading near Oakdale in the early 1900s. In the 30s he moved to Killdeer and in the 40s to…

H. Desmond-Cowboys of Southwestern North Dakota

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Rasmus Jensen-(1862-1942)- Came to the United States as a young man from his native Denmark at the age of 21. He found his way to North Dakota in 1883. He worked for various ranches before launching out for himself in 1894 on land directly north of…

H. Desmond-Cowboys of Southwestern North Dakota

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Robert Wilcox - (1869-1957)- A native of George, he came to North Dakota with a trail herd from Texas in 1889.He ranched in the Killdeer Mountains and became the first sheriff of Dunn County. He was involved with Wilse Richards in cattle and…

Men on Horses

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2 men on horses, riding down a street. Possibly part of Dickinson's 50th anniversary parade.

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Chuck Wagon

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A chuck wagon with a group of men around standing and sitting beside it. Written in the lower right corner is, "(49)" and in the upper right corner is, "3A." Written on the back in the upper left corner is, "83A CHUCK WAGON / #49 SCRIPT." Written in…

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Log Cabin Ranch Home

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A log cabin ranch home with 2 ranchers sitting on a fence. Behind one is a horse, behind the other one is a buggy. A log cabin with weeds growing on its roof is seen and on the left side is a log barn. Hills in the background are part of the…

Ready for Round-up

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3 cowboys, saddled and ready to go out on a roundup.
A 4th horse, on the left, is carrying supplies. Behind the cowboys is a corral, and a barn. Unidentified. Exact date and location unknown. Written in the lower right corner is, "133." Written…

Crossing the Little Missouri River

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6 men on horses crossing the Little Missouri River north of Medora during flood stage possibly during the wild horse roundup. Written in the lower right corner is, "? 131 34." Written on the back in the upper left is, "#131 ALBUM / 73 SCRIPT" and on…

Fording the Little Missouri River

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Men on horses fording across the Little Missouri River north of Medora during flood stage. A team of four horses pulls a wagon carrying eight men across the river. The water is up to the top of the wagon wheels. There are three riders on horseback in…

Crossing the Little Missouri

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People on horses crossing the Little Missouri River north of Medora during flood stage. Written on the back on the right side is, "#227B."