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History of North Dakota

Elwyn B. Robinson (Author), Jack Brodie (Illustrator)
Traces the state's history from the formation of the land itself to the mid-1960's
Print Book, English, 1966
University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, 1966
xi, 599 pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
9780803289093, 080328909X
The grassland setting
Indians of the plains and prairies
A struggle for the indian trade
Indian, métis, and white in the red river valley
The upper missouri country
The beginnings of settlement
The great dakota boom
Pioneer life
The opening of the missouri plateau
The making of a state
The depression nineties
The second boom
The progressive movement
The life of the mind and spirit
The great socialist experiment
A socialistic state in the first world war
The twenties: beginnings of readjustment
The thirties: drought and depression
The impact of the second world war
Revolutionary change in the postwar years
Cultural growth and adaptation: education, research, writing, and medicine, 1920-1960
Cultural growth and adaptation: the arts, libraries, newspapers, and churches, 1920-1960
The character of a people
Map on lining papers
Includes index