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Centennial Farms & Ranches of North Dakota magazine now available

December 8, 2017
Pierce County Tribune

The second edition of Centennial Farms & Ranches of North Dakota magazine, a celebration of historic homesteads and the families who carved our great state from the wild frontier and whose imprint of North Dakota remain today, now is available.

In addition to features about several century-old farms and ranches in the area, the magazine has stories including Minot artist Walter Piehl who helped pioneer contemporary cowboy art movement, the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame and preserving the western lifestyle, the North Dakota Centennial Farm Program to honor agriculture and families, ranchers and homesteaders, legal requirements constituting homesteading and cattle drives from Texas to Dakota Territory.

Walter Piehl's artwork, "North Dakota or Bust: Northern Plains National Heritage Area Suite" graces the cover of the magazine.

Article Photos

The N.D. Cowboy Hall of Fame, N.D. Centennial Farm Program, The Capital Gallery, the State Historical Society of N.D., and a number of individuals contributed to the publication.

Centennial Farms & Ranches of North Dakota is a publication of Ogden Newspapers of North Dakota, Inc., brought to you by Minot Daily News and The Pierce County Tribune in Rugby.

Copies of Centennial Farms & Ranches of North Dakota are free and available at the Minot Daily News at 301 4th Street SE, Minot (use parking lot on north side of building) and at The Pierce County Tribune at 219 S. Main Avenue, Rugby.

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Send your historical farm or ranch stories,

photos

Is your farm or ranch in northwest or north central North Dakota 100 years old or more? If so, please send us a story about your farm or ranch along with photos (300 resolution and not less than 200 resolution). Email is preferred. Please send your information and photos to eogden@minotdailynews.com. Be sure to include your name, city and a daytime phone number. Your farm or ranch may be selected for the next edition of the magazine.

 
 

 

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