The Institute for Regional Studies Archives has acquired over time a small collection of original lithographs, engravings and woodcuts published in nineteenth century periodicals that help document the early settlement era in North Dakota. They include images of the bonanza farm era, Indians, weather, politics and small town life in towns, to name a few subject areas. Almost the entire collection has been digitized and is available online. The high resolution image versions have been mounted for this collection, allowing the researcher to view each image in greater detail. As additional images are acquired and digitized, they will be added to the online collection.