North Dakota: A Guide to the Northern Prairie State

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NORTH DAKOTA
A GUIDE TO THE NORTHERN PRAIRIE STATE

Compiled by workers of the Federal Writers' Project of the
Works Progress Administration for the State of North Dakota

AMERICAN GUIDE SERIES

ILLUSTRATED Sponsored by the State Historical Society of North Dakota NEW YORK Oxford University Press 1950

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • General Information xv
  • Part I Survey of the State 1
  • North Dakota: Its Natural Setting 6
  • Indians and Their Predecessors 18
  • History 38
  • Agriculture and Farm Life 64
  • Industry and Labor 79
  • Racial Groups and Folkways 85
  • Schools, Churches, and Social Currents 96
  • Transportation 104
  • The Press and Radio 109
  • Architecture 112
  • Recreation 116
  • Part II City Neighbors 119
  • Fargo 134
  • Grand Forks 149
  • Minot 160
  • Part III Playgrounds 167
  • Theodore Roosevelt National Memorial Park 174
  • Part IV Highways and Trails 181
  • Tour 1a 196
  • Tour 3 198
  • Tour 3a 206
  • Tour 3b 210
  • Tour 4 213
  • Tour 4b 221
  • Tour 5a 235
  • Tour 6a 238
  • Tour 6b 252
  • Tour 7 257
  • Tour 8 265
  • Tour 8a 288
  • Tour 8b 292
  • Tour 8c 296
  • Tour 9 301
  • Tour 10 (water Route) 305
  • Part V Appendices 319
  • Bibliography 327
  • Index 341
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