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Emmons County Record Archive

  • Linton, North Dakota
  • 18841922

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Emmons County sits at the south-central edge of North Dakota. The Missouri River, to which the county's early history is firmly tied, creates its western border. The river's abundant wildlife, natural resources, and provision of transportation made it essential to Native American settlement for hundreds of years. It was an artery of commerce and remained so with the onset of European settlement. From Fort Benton, Montana, to the Gulf of Mexico, the Missouri brought goods and people to the northern prairie.

Archive Info

  • 9,394
  • Linton, North Dakota
  • 18841922

Source Information

Emmons County Record, 1884–1922 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2024. Last updated: March 7, 2023

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Emmons County Record 01 Dec 1921

Emmons County Record 01 Dec 1921

Emmons County Record
Linton, North Dakota
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Anna Geffre Mastel

Anna Geffre Mastel

Emmons County Record
Linton, North Dakota
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Emmons County Record
Linton, North Dakota
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Emmons County Record
Linton, North Dakota
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Lost horse

Lost horse

Emmons County Record
Linton, North Dakota
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Emmons County Record
Linton, North Dakota
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Archive Info

  • 9,394
  • Linton, North Dakota
  • 18841922

Source Information

Emmons County Record, 1884–1922 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2024. Last updated: March 7, 2023