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Bibliography of North Dakota history

Early History of North Dakota [1]

The following works deal with the cultural, political, economic, military, biographical and geologic history of pre-territorial North Dakota, Dakota Territory and the State of North Dakota.

Surveys of North Dakota history

Historic expeditions

Business, industry and labor

Native American histories

Military histories

Local and regional histories

Ghost towns

Natural histories

Biographies

Memoirs, diaries and journals

Political histories

Social history

Geology

  • Willard, Daniel E. (1903). The story of the prairies; or, The landscape geology of North Dakota. Chicago: Rand, McNally and Company. 

Journals

  • Collections of the State Historical Society of North Dakota (Volume 1). State Historical Society of North Dakota. 1906. 
    • Volume 2, 1908
    • Volume 4, 1915
    • Volume 6, 1920

Bibliographies

  • Budge, Chrissie (1959). Bibliography of the Geology and Natural Resources of North Dakota 1814 - 1944 with Supplements - One and Two. North Dakota Geological Survey. 
  • Scott, Mary Woods (1981). Annotated Bibliography Of The Geology Of North Dakota 1960-1979. North Dakota Geological Survey. 
  • "Summary of North Dakota History-Conclusion and Bibliography". North Dakota State Government. Retrieved 2011-12-24. 

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Lounsberry, Clement (1919). Early History of North Dakota, Essential Outlines of American History. Washington D.C.: Liberty Press. 
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