North Dakota County Histories

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This Booklet Respectfully Dedicated to the Pioneers of Oliver County, North Dakota, 1906-1956. [S.l.]: Old Settlers 50th Anniversary Historical Committee, 1956. *Institute for Regional Studies F642.O4T45

100 Years Less Ten: Church Histories as of June 27, 1976. Bergen, ND (?): N.p., 1976. *Institute for Regional Studies BX8042.N9O53

A Century of Area History: Pierce County and Rugby, North Dakota, 1886-1986. Grafton, ND: The Centennial Book Committee and Associated Printers, 1986. *Institute for Regional Studies F642.P5C36 1986

A History of Pierce County: Compiled in Connection with Diamond Jubilee, Rugby, North Dakota. Rugby: Pierce County Jubilee Committee (?), 1961. *Institute for Regional Studies F642. P5H5

Bauman, Beth Hughes, Gail Gorden, and Dorothy Jackman. Burleigh County, North Dakota, Book of Remembrances. Bismarck: Bismarck-Mandan Genealogical and Historical Society, 1994. *Institute for Regional Studies F642. B9B38 1994

Bern, Enid. Our Hettinger County Heritage. Mott, ND: Mott Pioneer Press, 1975(?). *Institute for Regional Studies F642. H4B47

Black, R. M. Ed. A History of Dickey County, North Dakota. Ellendale, ND: Reprinted by Ellendale Centennial Jubilee Committee, 1981. *Institute for Regional Studies F642D6D6 1981

Black, R. M. Ed. A History of Dickey County, North Dakota. Ellendale, ND: The Dickey County Historical Society, 1930. *Institute for Regional Studies F642. D6D6. 1930

Bottineau County Diamond Jubilee, 1884-1959: Bottineau, North Dakota, June 28,29,30, July 1, 1959. Bottineau, ND: Diamond Anniversary Publication Committee, 1959. *Institute for Regional Studies F642. B6B68

Corell, Clara Stuff. Memories of Yesteryears, 1878-1964. Jamestown, ND(?): Bi-Centennial Committee, 1976. *Institute for Regional Studies F642. CT275. C777A3

Dauntless Dunn II, 1989: A History of Dunn County, North Dakota. Dunn Center, ND: Dunn County Historical Society, Dunn County Herald, Quality Quick Print, 1989. *Institute for Regional Studies F642. D9D38. 1989

Eldrege, Mary. Ed. Wells County, North Dakota, 1884-1984: 73 Centennial Stories. Harvey, ND: Eldrege Pub. Co., 1984. *Institute for Regional Studies F642. W45W454. 1984

Erickson, Marjorie and Gertrude Olson. Ed. Pioneer Sons and Daughters: History of Adams County. Hettinger, ND: The Society (Dakota Buttes Historical Society?), 1980. *Institute for Regional Studies F642. A2P56

Erickson, Marjorie and Gladys Merwin. Ed. Prairie Pioneers: A Story of Adams County. Bismarck: Taylor Publishing Co., 1976(?). *Institute for Regional Studies F642. A2P55. 1976

Groff, Edna Koehn. Pioneer Days. N.p.: N.p., 1976(?). *Institute for Regional Studies F642. C4K63. 1976

Hadler, Mable Lyles Jacques. Towner County, North Dakota Families. Long Beach, CA: Mable Hadler, 1958-1962 (?). *Institute for Regional Studies F642. T6H3

Hall, Luella J. The Early Years of Mohall, North Dakota. N.p.:, N.p., 1923(?). *Institute for Regional Studies Small Collection 598

Heinemeyer, C. B. History of Mercer County, North Dakota, 1882-1960. Hazen, ND: Hazen Star, 1960. *Institute for Regional Studies F642. M5H45. 1960

Heinemeyer, C. B. History of Mercer County, North Dakota: Commemorative of the 50th Anniversary of the First White Settlers, 1882-1932. Hazen, ND: Hazen Star, 1932. *Institute for Regional Studies F642. M5H45

A History of Foster County. Carrington, ND: Foster County History Book Committee, 1983. *Institute for Regional Studies F642. F6F68. 1983

Hoffman, Thomas J. Morton County, North Dakota Catholic Settlers from the German Colonies of South Russia and the Former Areas of Austria-Hungary and Others. San Diego: T. J. Hoffman, 1993. *Institute for Regional Studies F642. M7H63. 1993

Law, Laura (Thompson). History of Rolette County, North Dakota, and Yarns of the Pioneers. Minneapolis: Lund Press, 1953. *Institute for Regional Studies F642.R6L3

McLean County Heritage: McLean County, North Dakota. Washburn, ND: McLean County Historical Society, 1978. *Institute for Regional Studies F642. M29M29

Oliver County, 1885-1985. Oliver County, ND: Oliver County Historical Society, 1985. *Institute for Regional Studies F642. O4O4. 1985

Ramsey County, North Dakota: 1883-1983. Dallas: Lake Region Chautauqua Corp. and Taylor Pub. Co., 1982-1983. *Institute for Regional Studies F642. M26R67 1984

Roth, Herbert. McIntosh County, 1884-1984. Sterling, ND: McIntosh County Centennial Committee, 1984. *Institute for Regional Studies F642. M26R67 1984

Shults, Ralph, Ed. 50th Anniversary, Hettinger County, North Dakota: A Tribute to Our Pioneers, 50 Years of Progress. Mott, ND: Mott Pioneer Press, 1957(?). *Institute for Regional Studies F642 H4F53

Spokesfield, Walter Earnest. The History of Wells County, North Dakota, and Its Pioneers, with a Sketch of North Dakota History and the Origin of the Place Names. Valley City, ND: N.p., 1929. *Institute for Regional Studies F642. W45S76

Tales of Mighty Mountrail: A History of Mountrail County, North Dakota. Dallas: Taylor Publishing Co., 1979-1986. *Institute for Regional Studies F642. M8T38

Story of Cavalier County, North Dakota: With Other Articles of Special Interest to Residents of the County. Grand Forks, ND: Review Publishing Co., 1903. *Institute for Regional Studies F642. C4T43 1987

Thirtieth Anniversary Booklet: In Commemoration of the Founding of Hettinger and Adams County, 1907-1937. N.p.: Adams County Record, 1937. *Institute for Regional Studies F642. H4T45

Tofsrud, Ole T. Fifty Years in Pierce County. [S.l.]: O.T. Tofsrud, 1943. *Institute for Regional Studies F642. P5T63

Wells County History. Fessenden, ND: Wells County Historical Society, 1969-. *Institute for Regional Studies F642. W45W44

Williams, Mary Ann Barnes. Fifty Pioneer Mothers of McLean County, North Dakota. N.p.: BHG, Inc., 1995. *Institute for Regional Studies F642. M29W51 1995

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