National Register of Historic Places listings in North Dakota


National Register of Historic Places listings in North Dakota


Contents: Counties in North Dakota
Adams | Barnes | Benson | Billings | Bottineau | Bowman | Burke | Burleigh | Cass | Cavalier | Dickey | Divide | Dunn | Eddy | Emmons | Foster | Golden Valley | Grand Forks | Grant | Griggs | Hettinger | Kidder | La Moure | Logan | McHenry | McIntosh | McKenzie | McLean | Mercer | Morton | Mountrail | Nelson | Oliver | Pembina | Pierce | Ramsey | Ransom | Renville | Richland | Rolette | Sargent | Sheridan | Sioux | Slope | Stark | Steele | Stutsman | Towner | Traill | Walsh | Ward | Wells | Williams
This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted November 10, 2011.[1]
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There are approximately 420 properties and historic districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in North Dakota. There are listings in 52 of North Dakota's 53 counties.

Current listings by county

Downtown Grand Forks Historic District

The following are approximate tallies of current listings by county. These counts are based on entries in the National Register Information Database as of April 24, 2008[2] and new weekly listings posted since then on the National Register of Historic Places web site.[3] There are frequent additions to the listings and occasional delistings and the counts here are approximate and not official. New entries are added to the official Register on a weekly basis.[4] Also, the counts in this table exclude boundary increase and decrease listings which modify the area covered by an existing property or district and which carry a separate National Register reference number. The numbers of NRHP listings in each county are documented by tables in each of the individual county list-articles.

County # of Sites
1 Adams 3
2 Barnes 11
3 Benson 7
4 Billings 9
5 Bottineau 3
6 Bowman 2
7 Burke 3
8 Burleigh 22
9 Cass 33
10 Cavalier 2
11 Dickey 7
12 Divide 4
13 Dunn 3
14 Eddy 5
15 Emmons 18
16 Foster 6
17 Golden Valley 2
18 Grand Forks 63
19 Grant 4
20 Griggs 4
21 Hettinger 5
22 Kidder 3
23 LaMoure 3
24 Logan 2
25 McHenry 12
26 McIntosh 7
27 McKenzie 3
28 McLean 7
29 Mercer 8
30 Morton 9
31 Mountrail 3
32 Nelson 3
33 Oliver 1
34 Pembina 9
35 Pierce 7
36 Ramsey 13
37 Ransom 9
38 Renville 2
39 Richland 12
40 Rolette 2
41 Sargent 1
42 Sheridan 1
43 Sioux 0
44 Slope 3
45 Stark 6
46 Steele 3
47 Stutsman 11
48 Towner 1
49 Traill 22
50 Walsh 14
51 Ward 15
52 Wells 5
53 Williams 7
(duplicates) (0)
TOTAL 420

Adams County

[5] Landmark name[2] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Adams County Courthouse 01985-11-14 November 14, 1985 600 Adams Ave.
46°0′5″N 102°38′4″W / 46.00139°N 102.63444°W / 46.00139; -102.63444 (Adams County Courthouse)
Hettinger
2 Cedar Creek Bridge 01997-02-27 February 27, 1997 Unnamed county road across Cedar Creek, approximately 6 miles north and 11 miles east of Haynes
46°3′2″N 102°13′37″W / 46.05056°N 102.22694°W / 46.05056; -102.22694 (Cedar Creek Bridge)
Haynes
3 US Post Office-Hettinger 01989-11-01 November 1, 1989 Lake St. and Adams Ave.
46°0′5″N 102°38′10″W / 46.00139°N 102.63611°W / 46.00139; -102.63611 (US Post Office--Hettinger)
Hettinger

Barnes County

[5] Landmark name[2] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 All Saints' Episcopal Church 01992-12-03 December 3, 1992 516 N. Central Ave.
46°55′42″N 98°0′5″W / 46.92833°N 98.00139°W / 46.92833; -98.00139 (All Saints' Episcopal Church)
Valley City
2 Amphitheater and Fieldstone WPA Features at Valley City Pioneer Park 02011-02-01 February 1, 2011 Southwest of the intersection of 5th St. and 8th Ave. NW
46°55′39″N 98°0′51″W / 46.9275°N 98.01417°W / 46.9275; -98.01417 (Amphitheater and Fieldstone WPA Features at Valley City Pioneer Park)
Valley City vicinity Federal Relief Construction in North Dakota, 1931-1943, MPS; the features were built by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in 1937 and include four fieldstone cairns at the entrance to Pioneer Park and "PIONEER" spelled out with stones[6]
3 Barnes County Courthouse 01985-11-14 November 14, 1985 491 Second Ave., NW.
46°55′38″N 98°0′18″W / 46.92722°N 98.005°W / 46.92722; -98.005 (Barnes County Courthouse)
Valley City
4 Ladbury Church 02005-10-04 October 4, 2005 6 miles east of Dazey on ND 26, north 3 miles then west 0.25 miles
47°13′32″N 98°4′29″W / 47.22556°N 98.07472°W / 47.22556; -98.07472 (Ladbury Church)
Dazey
5 Midland Continental Railroad Depot 02003-09-03 September 3, 2003 401 Railway St.
47°10′14″N 98°27′33″W / 47.17056°N 98.45917°W / 47.17056; -98.45917 (Midland Continental Railroad Depot)
Wimbledon
6 Rudolf Hotel 01983-02-10 February 10, 1983 Central Ave. and 2nd St.
46°55′21″N 98°0′9″W / 46.9225°N 98.0025°W / 46.9225; -98.0025 (Rudolf Hotel)
Valley City
7 State Normal School at Valley City Historic District 01995-02-10 February 10, 1995 Roughly bounded by College St., SE., 2nd Ave.,SE., Viking Dr., and 2nd Ave., SW.
46°55′6″N 98°0′9″W / 46.91833°N 98.0025°W / 46.91833; -98.0025 (State Normal School at Valley City Historic District)
Valley City
8 US Post Office-Valley City 01989-11-01 November 1, 1989 149 NE. 3rd St.
46°55′32″N 98°0′5″W / 46.92556°N 98.00139°W / 46.92556; -98.00139 (US Post Office--Valley City)
Valley City
9 Valley City Carnegie Library 01979-10-18 October 18, 1979 413 Central Ave.
46°55′35″N 98°0′11″W / 46.92639°N 98.00306°W / 46.92639; -98.00306 (Valley City Carnegie Library)
Valley City
10 Valley City Municipal Auditorium 02008-01-04 January 4, 2008 320 Central Ave., S.
46°55′15″N 98°0′11″W / 46.92083°N 98.00306°W / 46.92083; -98.00306 (Valley City Municipal Auditorium)
Valley City
11 West Park Bridge 01997-02-27 February 27, 1997 4th St., SW., across the Sheyenne River
46°55′14″N 98°0′30″W / 46.92056°N 98.00833°W / 46.92056; -98.00833 (West Park Bridge)
Valley City

Benson County

[5] Landmark name[2] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Benson County Courthouse 01978-11-02 November 2, 1978 B Ave.
48°4′8″N 99°14′59″W / 48.06889°N 99.24972°W / 48.06889; -99.24972 (Benson County Courthouse)
Minnewaukan
2 Fort Totten Fort Totten barracks.jpg 01971-12-09 December 9, 1971 South of Fort Totten off ND 57
47°58′39″N 98°59′35″W / 47.9775°N 98.99306°W / 47.9775; -98.99306 (Fort Totten)
Fort Totten
3 Grace Episcopal Church 01994-09-09 September 9, 1994 210 C Ave., S.
48°4′14″N 99°14′51″W / 48.07056°N 99.2475°W / 48.07056; -99.2475 (Grace Episcopal Church)
Minnewaukan
4 Pierson Farm 01985-08-29 August 29, 1985 3.5 miles south of York off U.S. Route 2
48°15′42″N 99°34′6″W / 48.26167°N 99.56833°W / 48.26167; -99.56833 (Pierson Farm)
York
5 St. Boniface Cemetery, Wrought-Iron Cross Site 01989-10-23 October 23, 1989 Address Restricted Selz
6 Viking Lutheran Church 01979-11-14 November 14, 1979 Southeast of Maddock
47°51′44″N 99°29′23″W / 47.86222°N 99.48972°W / 47.86222; -99.48972 (Viking Lutheran Church)
Maddock
7 West Antelope Bridge 01997-02-27 February 27, 1997 Unnamed county road across the Sheyenne River, approximately 30 miles southeast of the junction of U.S. Route 2 and ND 30
47°53′12″N 99°23′5″W / 47.88667°N 99.38472°W / 47.88667; -99.38472 (West Antelope Bridge)
Flora

Billings County

[5] Landmark name[2] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Billings County Courthouse Billings County Courthouse, Medora ND.jpg 01977-12-16 December 16, 1977 4th St. and 4th Ave.
46°54′46″N 103°31′20″W / 46.91278°N 103.52222°W / 46.91278; -103.52222 (Billings County Courthouse)
Medora
2 Chateau de Mores Chateau de Mores 01975-04-16 April 16, 1975 Southwest of Medora on the western bank of the Little Missouri River
46°54′40″N 103°31′57″W / 46.91111°N 103.5325°W / 46.91111; -103.5325 (Chateau de Mores)
Medora
3 Custer Military Trail Historic Archaeological District 02009-06-05 June 5, 2009 Address Restricted Medora
4 De Mores Packing Plant Ruins 01975-02-18 February 18, 1975 Northwest of the Medora boundary
46°55′1″N 103°31′41″W / 46.91694°N 103.52806°W / 46.91694; -103.52806 (De Mores Packing Plant Ruins)
Medora
5 Initial Rock 01976-11-07 November 7, 1976 Southeast of Medora in Custer National Forest
46°48′28″N 103°24′39″W / 46.80778°N 103.41083°W / 46.80778; -103.41083 (Initial Rock)
Medora
6 Myers School Timbered Lodge (32BI401) 01980-08-06 August 6, 1980 Address Restricted Medora
7 Peaceful Valley Ranch 01994-07-13 July 13, 1994 North of Medora near the Little Missouri River in Theodore Roosevelt National Park
46°57′32″N 103°30′13″W / 46.95889°N 103.50361°W / 46.95889; -103.50361 (Peaceful Valley Ranch)
Medora
8 St. Mary's Catholic Church 01977-12-02 December 2, 1977 4th St. and 3rd Ave.
46°54′52″N 103°31′20″W / 46.91444°N 103.52222°W / 46.91444; -103.52222 (St. Mary's Catholic Church)
Medora
9 Von Hoffman House 01977-11-21 November 21, 1977 Broadway and 5th St.
46°54′50″N 103°31′17″W / 46.91389°N 103.52139°W / 46.91389; -103.52139 (Von Hoffman House)
Medora

Bottineau County

[5] Landmark name[2] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Ole Crogen Farm District 01987-10-16 October 16, 1987 4 miles northwest of Bottineau
48°53′0″N 100°31′45″W / 48.883333°N 100.52917°W / 48.883333; -100.52917 (Crogen, Ole, Farm District)
Carbury & Bottineau
2 Old Main, North Dakota School of Forestry 02006-09-01 September 1, 2006 Alexander St. (north of terminus with 2nd St.)
48°50′3″N 100°26′25″W / 48.83417°N 100.44028°W / 48.83417; -100.44028 (Main, North Dakota School of Forestry, Old)
Bottineau
3 State Bank of Antler 01988-06-30 June 30, 1988 Antler Sq.
48°58′15″N 101°16′56″W / 48.97083°N 101.28222°W / 48.97083; -101.28222 (State Bank of Antler)
Antler

Bowman County

[5] Landmark name[2] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Fort Dilts 01980-11-10 November 10, 1980 Address unknown
46°16′43″N 103°46′33″W / 46.27861°N 103.77583°W / 46.27861; -103.77583 (Fort Dilts)
Rhame
2 Emma Petznick and Otto Schade House 02008-04-16 April 16, 2008 406 W. Divide
46°10′55.92″N 103°24′3.62″W / 46.1822°N 103.4010056°W / 46.1822; -103.4010056 (Schade, Emma Petznick and Otto, House)
Bowman

Burke County

[5] Landmark name[2] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Burke County Courthouse 01985-11-14 November 14, 1985 Main St.
48°48′3″N 102°14′53″W / 48.80083°N 102.24806°W / 48.80083; -102.24806 (Burke County Courthouse)
Bowbells
2 William E. Metzger House 02007-08-22 August 22, 2007 112 Makee St.
48°59′56″N 102°33′11″W / 48.99889°N 102.55306°W / 48.99889; -102.55306 (Metzger, William E., House)
Portal
3 Portal State Bank 01996-10-03 October 3, 1996 19 Main St.
48°59′45″N 102°32′54″W / 48.99583°N 102.54833°W / 48.99583; -102.54833 (Portal State Bank)
Portal

Burleigh County

Cass County

Cavalier County

[5] Landmark name[2] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Roxy Theatre 01998-11-18 November 18, 1998 714 3rd St.
48°45′35″N 98°22′6″W / 48.75972°N 98.36833°W / 48.75972; -98.36833 (Roxy Theatre)
Langdon
2 US Post Office-Langdon 01989-11-01 November 1, 1989 323 8th Ave.
48°45′41″N 98°22′8″W / 48.76139°N 98.36889°W / 48.76139; -98.36889 (US Post Office--Langdon)
Langdon

Dickey County

[5] Landmark name[2] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Carroll House Hotel 01994-03-17 March 17, 1994 19 N. Monroe St.
46°9′44″N 98°25′37″W / 46.16222°N 98.42694°W / 46.16222; -98.42694 (Carroll House Hotel)
Fullerton
2 Dickey County Courthouse 01980-11-25 November 25, 1980 Off U.S. Route 281
46°0′15″N 98°31′24″W / 46.00417°N 98.52333°W / 46.00417; -98.52333 (Dickey County Courthouse)
Ellendale
3 Ellendale Opera House Block 01992-04-22 April 22, 1992 105-111 Main St.
46°0′6″N 98°31′42″W / 46.00167°N 98.52833°W / 46.00167; -98.52833 (Ellendale Opera House Block)
Ellendale
4 Klein and Sutmar Block 01987-10-16 October 16, 1987 419 Main Ave. Oakes
5 Walter T. Noonan House 01987-10-16 October 16, 1987 215 S. 7th St. Oakes
6 Oakes National Bank Block 01987-10-16 October 16, 1987 501 Main Ave. Oakes
7 US Post Office-Oakes 01989-11-01 November 1, 1989 611 Main Ave. Oakes

Divide County

[5] Landmark name[2] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Alkabo School 02010-12-07 December 7, 2010 North end of Main St.
48°51′58″N 103°53′12″W / 48.86611°N 103.88667°W / 48.86611; -103.88667 (Alkabo School)
Alkabo Federal Relief Construction in North Dakota, 1931-1943, MPS
2 Divide County Courthouse 01980-11-25 November 25, 1980 In Crosby
48°54′55″N 103°17′38″W / 48.91528°N 103.29389°W / 48.91528; -103.29389 (Divide County Courthouse)
Crosby
3 Niels Nielsen Fourteen-Side Barn Farm 01986-10-07 October 7, 1986 ND 38
48°49′54″N 102°57′33″W / 48.83167°N 102.95917°W / 48.83167; -102.95917 (Nielsen, Niels, Fourteen-Side Barn Farm)
Noonan
4 Travelers Hotel 02010-07-06 July 6, 2010 121 Main St
48°49′54″N 102°57′33″W / 48.83167°N 102.95917°W / 48.83167; -102.95917 (Travelers Hotel)
Noonan

Dunn County

[5] Landmark name[2] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Hutmacher Farm 01979-12-17 December 17, 1979 Northwest of Manning
47°16′45″N 102°55′39″W / 47.27917°N 102.9275°W / 47.27917; -102.9275 (Hutmacher Farm)
Manning
2 Lynch Quarry Site 02011-07-13 July 13, 2011 Address restricted Dunn Center[7]
3 Saints Peter and Paul Church 01986-02-03 February 3, 1986 Address restricted
47°0′2″N 102°53′1″W / 47.00056°N 102.88361°W / 47.00056; -102.88361 (Saints Peter and Paul Church)
New Hradec

Former listing

Landmark name Image Date delisted Location City or Town Summary
1 Dunn County Courthouse 02009-10-21 October 21, 2009 Owens St.
47°13′53″N 102°46′10″W / 47.23139°N 102.76944°W / 47.23139; -102.76944 (Dunn County Courthouse)
Manning Listed March 26, 1986

Eddy County

[5] Landmark name[2] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Eddy County Courthouse 01985-11-14 November 14, 1985 524 Central Ave.
47°40′49″N 99°8′3″W / 47.68028°N 99.13417°W / 47.68028; -99.13417 (Eddy County Courthouse)
New Rockford
2 Sylvanus Marriage Octagonal Barn 01986-10-07 October 7, 1986 ND 38
47°36′50″N 99°5′50″W / 47.61389°N 99.09722°W / 47.61389; -99.09722 (Marriage, Sylvanus, Octagonal Barn)
New Rockford
3 Jens Myhre Round Barn 01986-10-01 October 1, 1986 ND 30
47°44′46″N 99°12′11″W / 47.74611°N 99.20306°W / 47.74611; -99.20306 (Myhre, Jens, Round Barn)
New Rockford
4 New Rockford Bridge 01997-03-13 March 13, 1997 Across the James River, unnamed county road at its junction with ND 15
47°41′8″N 99°8′5″W / 47.68556°N 99.13472°W / 47.68556; -99.13472 (New Rockford Bridge)
New Rockford
5 US Post Office-New Rockford 01989-11-01 November 1, 1989 821 N. 1st Ave.
47°40′51″N 99°8′21″W / 47.68083°N 99.13917°W / 47.68083; -99.13917 (US Post Office--New Rockford)
New Rockford

Emmons County

Foster County

[5] Landmark name[2] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Foster County Courthouse 01980-11-25 November 25, 1980 1000 5th St. N.
47°27′18″N 99°7′33″W / 47.455°N 99.12583°W / 47.455; -99.12583 (Foster County Courthouse)
Carrington
2 Grace City Bridge 01997-02-27 February 27, 1997 Across the James River, unnamed county road 1 mile southwest of Grace City
47°32′39″N 98°49′52″W / 47.54417°N 98.83111°W / 47.54417; -98.83111 (Grace City Bridge)
Grace City
3 Ralph Hall Farm District 01987-10-01 October 1, 1987 North of Carrington on the western side of Burlington Northern railroad tracks
47°29′42″N 99°8′27″W / 47.495°N 99.14083°W / 47.495; -99.14083 (Hall, Ralph, Farm District)
Carrington
4 McHenry Railroad Loop 01986-10-02 October 2, 1986 Eastern side of ND 20
47°34′42″N 98°35′44″W / 47.57833°N 98.59556°W / 47.57833; -98.59556 (McHenry Railroad Loop)
McHenry
5 Thomas Nichols Putnam House 01992-11-24 November 24, 1992 533 Main St.
47°26′59″N 99°7′8″W / 47.44972°N 99.11889°W / 47.44972; -99.11889 (Putnam, Thomas Nichols, House)
Carrington
6 US Post Office-Carrington 01989-11-01 November 1, 1989 87 N. 9th Ave.
47°27′1″N 99°7′29″W / 47.45028°N 99.12472°W / 47.45028; -99.12472 (US Post Office--Carrington)
Carrington

Former listings

Landmark name Image Date listed/removed Location City or Town Summary
1 Lincoln Building Listed 01980-04-30 April 30, 1980
Removed 02011-02-01 February 1, 2011
Off U.S. Route 281
47°27′7″N 99°7′22″W / 47.45194°N 99.12278°W / 47.45194; -99.12278 (Lincoln Building)
Carrington

Golden Valley County

[5] Landmark name[2] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Golden Valley County Courthouse 01985-11-14 November 14, 1985 First Ave., SE.
46°54′48″N 104°0′14″W / 46.91333°N 104.00389°W / 46.91333; -104.00389 (Golden Valley County Courthouse)
Beach
2 Sentinel Butte Public School 01982-10-21 October 21, 1982 Byron St.
46°55′3″N 103°50′19″W / 46.9175°N 103.83861°W / 46.9175; -103.83861 (Sentinel Butte Public School)
Sentinel Butte

Grand Forks County

Grant County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Carson Roller Mill 01980-04-30 April 30, 1980 Southern side of Carson
46°25′6″N 101°33′50″W / 46.41833°N 101.56389°W / 46.41833; -101.56389 (Carson Roller Mill)
Carson
2 Evangelisch Lutheraner Dreieinigkeit Gemeinde (Evangelical Lutheran Trinity Church) 02009-09-09 September 9, 2009 63rd St. in the southwestern part of Section 15, Township 135, Range 90 New Leipzig
3 Hope Lutheran Church 01992-01-16 January 16, 1992 West of ND 49 south of Lake Tschida
46°30′2″N 101°51′41″W / 46.50056°N 101.86139°W / 46.50056; -101.86139 (Hope Lutheran Church)
Elgin
4 Medicine Rock State Historic Site 01986-09-25 September 25, 1986 Address Restricted Heil

Griggs County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Griggs County Courthouse 01977-07-21 July 21, 1977 Rollin Ave.
47°26′31″N 98°7′27″W / 47.44194°N 98.12417°W / 47.44194; -98.12417 (Griggs County Courthouse)
Cooperstown
2 Northern Lights Masonic Lodge 01987-10-16 October 16, 1987 9th St.
47°26′36″N 98°7′23″W / 47.44333°N 98.12306°W / 47.44333; -98.12306 (Northern Lights Masonic Lodge)
Cooperstown
3 Oscar-Zero Missile Alert Facility Oscar-Zero Missile Alert Facility launch control.jpg 02008-10-14 October 14, 2008 ND 45, 4.5 miles north of Cooperstown
47°30′26.8″N 98°7′54.76″W / 47.507444°N 98.1318778°W / 47.507444; -98.1318778 (Oscar-Zero Missile Alert Facility)
Cooperstown Missile launch control center of the U.S. Air Force 321st Missile Wing[8]
4 Romness Bridge 01997-02-27 February 27, 1997 Unnamed county road across the Sheyenne River, approximately 8 miles north and 1 mile east of Cooperstown
47°34′22″N 98°5′37″W / 47.57278°N 98.09361°W / 47.57278; -98.09361 (Romness Bridge)
Cooperstown

Hettinger County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Hettinger County Courthouse 01985-11-14 November 14, 1985 336 Pacific St.
46°22′29″N 102°19′43″W / 46.37472°N 102.32861°W / 46.37472; -102.32861 (Hettinger County Courthouse)
Mott
2 Dr. S. W. Hill Drug Store 01980-11-10 November 10, 1980 Off ND 21
46°25′20″N 102°33′18″W / 46.42222°N 102.555°W / 46.42222; -102.555 (Hill, Dr. S. W., Drug Store)
Regent
3 Neuburg Congregational Church 02007-08-15 August 15, 2007 83rd Ave., SW. and 57 St., SW.
46°35′16″N 102°9′24″W / 46.58778°N 102.15667°W / 46.58778; -102.15667 (Neuburg Congregational Church)
Mott
4 Riverside 01983-05-12 May 12, 1983 418 Main St.
46°32′6″N 102°52′3″W / 46.535°N 102.8675°W / 46.535; -102.8675 (Riverside)
New England
5 John and Fredricka (Roth) Stern Homestead 02008-09-19 September 19, 2008 2 miles east of Mott on ND 21 Mott

Kidder County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Crystal Springs Fountain 02010-12-07 December 7, 2010 1 mile northeast from Crystal Springs on old US 10
46°52′48″N 99°27′26″W / 46.88°N 99.45722°W / 46.88; -99.45722 (Crystal Springs Fountain)
Crystal Springs vicinity Federal Relief Construction in North Dakota, 1931-1943, MPS
2 First Presbyterian Church of Steele 02004-05-19 May 19, 2004 Mitchell Ave., N., and 1st St.
46°51′17″N 99°54′56″W / 46.85472°N 99.91556°W / 46.85472; -99.91556 (First Presbyterian Church of Steele)
Steele
3 Kidder County Courthouse 01985-11-14 November 14, 1985 Broadway Ave.
46°51′16″N 99°54′53″W / 46.85444°N 99.91472°W / 46.85444; -99.91472 (Kidder County Courthouse)
Steele

LaMoure County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Dagen's Grocery 02005-07-06 July 6, 2005 616 Central Ave.
46°31′38″N 98°53′49″W / 46.52722°N 98.89694°W / 46.52722; -98.89694 (Dagen's Grocery)
Jud
2 La Moure County Courthouse La Moure County Courthouse.jpg 01980-11-25 November 25, 1980 In LaMoure
46°21′45″N 98°17′28″W / 46.3625°N 98.29111°W / 46.3625; -98.29111 (La Moure County Courthouse)
LaMoure
3 Rodman Octagonal Barn 01986-10-07 October 7, 1986 ND 30
46°24′33″N 98°47′17″W / 46.40917°N 98.78806°W / 46.40917; -98.78806 (Rodman Octagonal Barn)
Edgeley

Logan County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Robert Abell Round Barn 01986-10-07 October 7, 1986 ND 38
46°22′35″N 99°28′29″W / 46.37639°N 99.47472°W / 46.37639; -99.47472 (Abell, Robert, Round Barn)
Burnstad
2 Logan County Courthouse 01985-11-14 November 14, 1985 301 Broadway
46°30′12″N 99°46′6″W / 46.50333°N 99.76833°W / 46.50333; -99.76833 (Logan County Courthouse)
Napoleon

McHenry County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Denbigh Station and Experimental Forest 02010-06-24 June 24, 2010 U.S. Route 2
48°17′25″N 100°38′12″W / 48.29028°N 100.63667°W / 48.29028; -100.63667 (Denbigh Station and Experimental Forest)
Denbigh vicinity
2 Elliott Bridge 01997-02-27 February 27, 1997 Unnamed county road across the Souris River, approximately 4 miles north of Towner
48°24′27″N 100°23′45″W / 48.4075°N 100.39583°W / 48.4075; -100.39583 (Elliott Bridge)
Towner
3 Granville State Bank Granville State Bank - Granville North Dakota.jpg 01977-09-13 September 13, 1977 Main and 2nd Sts.
48°16′2″N 100°50′3″W / 48.26722°N 100.83417°W / 48.26722; -100.83417 (Granville State Bank)
Granville
4 Hotel Berry 01982-10-20 October 20, 1982 100 W. Central Ave.
48°3′36″N 100°55′54″W / 48.06°N 100.93167°W / 48.06; -100.93167 (Hotel Berry)
Velva
5 Liberty Baptist Church 01987-10-16 October 16, 1987 5th and Christina Sts.
47°51′24″N 100°31′29″W / 47.85667°N 100.52472°W / 47.85667; -100.52472 (Liberty Baptist Church)
Kief
6 Lower Souris National Wildlife Refuge Airplane Hangar 02011-09-20 September 20, 2011 681 Salyer Rd. Upham vicinity
7 McHenry County Courthouse McHenry County Courthouse - Towner North Dakota.JPG 01980-11-25 November 25, 1980 In Towner
48°20′35″N 100°24′13″W / 48.34306°N 100.40361°W / 48.34306; -100.40361 (McHenry County Courthouse)
Towner
8 Norway Lutheran Church and Cemetery 01994-10-14 October 14, 1994 10 miles south of Denbigh, south of the Souris River
48°10′56″N 100°36′51″W / 48.18222°N 100.61417°W / 48.18222; -100.61417 (Norway Lutheran Church and Cemetery)
Denbigh
9 Old Saint John Nepomocene Cemetery, Wrought-Iron Cross Site 01989-10-23 October 23, 1989 Address Restricted Orrin
10 Old Saints Peter and Paul Cemetery, Wrought-Iron Cross Site 01989-10-23 October 23, 1989 Address Restricted Karlsruhe
11 Alfred and Clara Sevareid House 01996-10-03 October 3, 1996 405 2nd St., W.
48°3′41″N 100°55′51″W / 48.06139°N 100.93083°W / 48.06139; -100.93083 (Sevareid, Alfred and Clara, House)
Velva
12 Westgaard Bridge 01997-02-27 February 27, 1997 Unnamed county road across the Sheyenne River, approximately 6 miles north and 1 mile east of Voltaire
48°6′51″N 100°48′33″W / 48.11417°N 100.80917°W / 48.11417; -100.80917 (Westgaard Bridge)
Voltaire

McIntosh County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 McIntosh County Courthouse 01980-11-25 November 25, 1980 In Ashley Ashley
2 St. Andrews Evangelical German Lutheran Church 01990-07-12 July 12, 1990 West of ND 3 near the South Branch of Beaver Creek
46°6′53″N 99°46′21″W / 46.11472°N 99.7725°W / 46.11472; -99.7725 (St. Andrews Evangelical German Lutheran Church)
Zeeland
3 St. John's Cemetery, Wrought-Iron Cross Site A 01989-10-23 October 23, 1989 Address Restricted Zeeland
4 St. John's Cemetery, Wrought-Iron Cross Site B 01989-10-23 October 23, 1989 Address Restricted Zeeland
5 St. John's Cemetery, Wrought-Iron Cross Site C 01989-10-23 October 23, 1989 Address Restricted Zeeland
6 St. John's Cemetery, Wrought-Iron Cross Site D 01989-10-23 October 23, 1989 Address Restricted Zeeland
7 Old Wishek City Hall 02005-10-04 October 4, 2005 21 Centennial St.
46°15′30″N 99°33′28″W / 46.25833°N 99.55778°W / 46.25833; -99.55778 (Wishek City Hall, Old)
Wishek

McKenzie County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Fairview Lift Bridge 01997-03-14 March 14, 1997 Abandoned railroad line over the Yellowstone River, approximately 0.75 miles south of ND 200
47°55′44″N 103°57′55″W / 47.92889°N 103.96528°W / 47.92889; -103.96528 (Fairview Lift Bridge)
Cartwright
2 Grassy Butte Post Office Grassy Butte Post Office.jpg 01980-11-26 November 26, 1980 Off U.S. Route 85
47°23′39″N 103°14′48″W / 47.39417°N 103.24667°W / 47.39417; -103.24667 (Grassy Butte Post Office)
Grassy Butte
3 Sandstone School 02008-04-11 April 11, 2008 29th St., NW. Keene

McLean County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Former McLean County Courthouse 01985-11-14 November 14, 1985 Main St.
47°17′23″N 101°1′44″W / 47.28972°N 101.02889°W / 47.28972; -101.02889 (Former McLean County Courthouse)
Washburn
2 Holy Trinity Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church 01982-10-22 October 22, 1982 Bismarck Ave. and 6th St.
47°9′35″N 100°47′24″W / 47.15972°N 100.79°W / 47.15972; -100.79 (Holy Trinity Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church)
Wilton
3 Ingersoll School 02010-03-31 March 31, 2010 11 miles north on Alt 200, right 2 miles on Hwy 200, turn right for .4 mile on gravel
47°27′5.55″N 100°59′31.65″W / 47.4515417°N 100.992125°W / 47.4515417; -100.992125 (Ingersoll School)
Washburn
4 McLean County Courthouse 01985-11-14 November 14, 1985 5th Ave.
47°17′27″N 101°1′34″W / 47.29083°N 101.02611°W / 47.29083; -101.02611 (McLean County Courthouse)
Washburn
5 Semevolos Farm 01987-10-16 October 16, 1987 Southeast of Butte
47°49′47″N 100°36′35″W / 47.82972°N 100.60972°W / 47.82972; -100.60972 (Semevolos Farm)
Butte
6 Soo Line Depot 01978-03-29 March 29, 1978 1st St. and McLean Ave.
47°9′32″N 100°46′59″W / 47.15889°N 100.78306°W / 47.15889; -100.78306 (Soo Line Depot)
Wilton
7 Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Wrought-Iron Cross Site 01989-10-23 October 23, 1989 Address Restricted Mercer

Mercer County

[5] Landmark name[2] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Beulah School 01997-09-30 September 30, 1997 205 2nd St., NW.
47°15′54″N 101°46′48″W / 47.265°N 101.78°W / 47.265; -101.78 (Beulah School)
Beulah
2 Big Hidatsa Village Site Catlin Hidatsa village.jpg 01966-10-15 October 15, 1966 Northern bank of the Knife River, 1 mile north of Stanton Stanton
3 Fort Clark Archeological District Catlin mandan village.jpg 01986-10-19 October 19, 1986 ND 200 Alternate Stanton
4 High Butte Effigy and Village Site (32ME13) 01978-05-22 May 22, 1978 Address Restricted Riverdale
5 Knife River Bridge near Stanton 02001-04-25 April 25, 2001 County road 4 miles west and 1 mile north of Stanton
47°19′36″N 101°28′7″W / 47.32667°N 101.46861°W / 47.32667; -101.46861 (Knife River Bridge near Stanton)
Stanton
6 Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site Archeological District KnifeRiverIndianVillagesNHS1.JPG 01974-10-26 October 26, 1974 Address Restricted Stanton
7 Fred Krause House 01992-04-14 April 14, 1992 321 W. Main St.
47°17′39″N 101°37′43″W / 47.29417°N 101.62861°W / 47.29417; -101.62861 (Krause, Fred, House)
Hazen
8 St. Paul's Lutheran Church 02005-06-25 June 25, 2005 4474 1st, NW.
47°25′53″N 101°29′54″W / 47.43139°N 101.49833°W / 47.43139; -101.49833 (St. Paul's Lutheran Church)
Hazen

Morton County

[5] Landmark name[2] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Stuart Dunlap House 01992-06-08 June 8, 1992 201 7th Ave.
46°49′34″N 100°54′2″W / 46.82611°N 100.90056°W / 46.82611; -100.90056 (Dunlap, Stuart, House)
Mandan
2 German Evangelical St. Johns Church-Deutsche Evangelische St. Johannes Kirche 02001-01-11 January 11, 2001 624 Church Ave.
46°54′13″N 102°2′48″W / 46.90361°N 102.04667°W / 46.90361; -102.04667 (German Evangelical St. Johns Church--Deutsche Evangelische St. Johannes Kirche)
Hebron
3 Huff State Historic Site (32MO11) HuffIndianVillageND.jpg 01980-07-23 July 23, 1980 Southeast of Huff
46°37′7″N 100°38′32″W / 46.61861°N 100.64222°W / 46.61861; -100.64222 (Huff State Historic Site (32MO11))
Huff
4 Lewis and Clark Hotel 01983-05-09 May 9, 1983 404 W. Main St.
46°49′33″N 100°53′40″W / 46.82583°N 100.89444°W / 46.82583; -100.89444 (Lewis and Clark Hotel)
Mandan
5 Mandan Commercial Historic District 01985-02-21 February 21, 1985 Roughly bounded by Main and 1st Sts. between 1st Ave., NE. and 4th Ave., NW.
46°49′36″N 100°53′35″W / 46.82667°N 100.89306°W / 46.82667; -100.89306 (Mandan Commercial Historic District)
Mandan
6 Louis Rehm Barn 01994-01-31 January 31, 1994 2.5 miles north of Hebron
46°55′36″N 102°3′48″W / 46.92667°N 102.06333°W / 46.92667; -102.06333 (Rehm, Louis, Barn)
Hebron
7 State Training School Historic District 01996-01-19 January 19, 1996 Western bank of the Heart River, 0.5 miles south of W. Main St., on the western edge of Mandan
46°48′32″N 100°54′49″W / 46.80889°N 100.91361°W / 46.80889; -100.91361 (State Training School Historic District)
Mandan
8 Sunnyside Farm Barn 01996-01-19 January 19, 1996 Approximately 1.7 miles west of Mandan, 0.5 miles south of W. Main St. on the southern side of Dead Heart Slough
46°49′14″N 100°56′49″W / 46.82056°N 100.94694°W / 46.82056; -100.94694 (Sunnyside Farm Barn)
Mandan
9 Welsh House 01980-04-22 April 22, 1980 208 5th Ave., NW.
46°49′38″N 100°53′49″W / 46.82722°N 100.89694°W / 46.82722; -100.89694 (Welsh House)
Mandan

Mountrail County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Evans Site 01980-02-08 February 8, 1980 Address Restricted New Town
2 Great Northern Railway Underpass 01997-02-27 February 27, 1997 Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway tracks over ND 8 at the northern end of Stanley
48°19′11″N 102°23′24″W / 48.31972°N 102.39°W / 48.31972; -102.39 (Great Northern Railway Underpass)
Stanley
3 Mountrail County Courthouse 01978-12-22 December 22, 1978 N. Main St.
48°19′16″N 102°23′27″W / 48.32111°N 102.39083°W / 48.32111; -102.39083 (Mountrail County Courthouse)
Stanley

Nelson County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Nesheim Bridge 01997-02-27 February 27, 1997 Unnamed county road across the Sheyenne River, approximately 2 miles southwest of McVille
47°44′15″N 98°13′6″W / 47.7375°N 98.21833°W / 47.7375; -98.21833 (Nesheim Bridge)
McVille
2 Old Settler's Pavilion 02010-06-12 June 12, 2010 63 Pavilion Rd.
47°45′31.27″N 98°19′31.63″W / 47.7586861°N 98.3254528°W / 47.7586861; -98.3254528 (Old Settler's Pavilion)
Pekin
3 Tofthagen Library Museum 01991-09-26 September 26, 1991 116 W. B Ave.
48°2′30″N 98°20′41″W / 48.04167°N 98.34472°W / 48.04167; -98.34472 (Tofthagen Library Museum)
Lakota

Oliver County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Cross Ranch Archeological District 01985-11-04 November 4, 1985 Cross Ranch Nature Preserve Hensler

Pembina County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Crystal Bridge 01997-05-30 May 30, 1997 Appleton Ave. over Cart Creek
48°35′49″N 97°40′20″W / 48.59694°N 97.67222°W / 48.59694; -97.67222 (Crystal Bridge)
Crystal
2 Drayton United Methodist Church 01979-12-10 December 10, 1979 ND 44
48°33′48″N 97°10′37″W / 48.56333°N 97.17694°W / 48.56333; -97.17694 (Drayton United Methodist Church)
Drayton
3 Gingras House and Trading Post Walhalla Trading Post.JPG 01975-05-21 May 21, 1975 Northeast of Walhalla off ND 32
48°56′13″N 97°53′26″W / 48.93694°N 97.89056°W / 48.93694; -97.89056 (Gingras House and Trading Post)
Walhalla
4 Grace Episcopal Church 01994-09-02 September 2, 1994 152 Ramsey St., W.
48°57′57″N 97°14′45″W / 48.96583°N 97.24583°W / 48.96583; -97.24583 (Grace Episcopal Church)
Pembina
5 Gunlogson Farmstead Historic Site 02008-09-18 September 18, 2008 13571 ND 5
48°46′22″N 97°44′5.74″W / 48.77278°N 97.7349278°W / 48.77278; -97.7349278 (Gunlogson Farmstead Historic Site)
Cavalier
6 O'Connor House 01980-07-03 July 3, 1980 Off U.S. Route 81
48°36′57″N 97°26′54″W / 48.61583°N 97.44833°W / 48.61583; -97.44833 (O'Connor House)
St. Thomas
7 Pembina County Courthouse 01980-11-25 November 25, 1980 Off ND 5
48°47′28″N 97°37′31″W / 48.79111°N 97.62528°W / 48.79111; -97.62528 (Pembina County Courthouse)
Cavalier
8 US Customs House and Post Office-Pembina 01989-11-01 November 1, 1989 125 S. Cavalier St.
48°57′59″N 97°14′39″W / 48.96639°N 97.24417°W / 48.96639; -97.24417 (US Customs House and Post Office--Pembina)
Pembina
9 Walla Theater 02010-05-17 May 17, 2010 909 Central Ave.
48°55′18.56″N 97°55′0.3″W / 48.9218222°N 97.91675°W / 48.9218222; -97.91675 (Walla Theater)
Walhalla

Pierce County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Great Northern Passenger Depot Rugby Train Station.jpg 01991-09-26 September 26, 1991 201 W. Dewey St.
48°22′10″N 99°59′50″W / 48.36944°N 99.99722°W / 48.36944; -99.99722 (Great Northern Passenger Depot)
Rugby
2 Old Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Wrought-Iron Cross Site 01989-10-23 October 23, 1989 Address Restricted Balta
3 Pierce County Courthouse 01980-11-25 November 25, 1980 In Rugby
48°22′6″N 99°59′26″W / 48.36833°N 99.99056°W / 48.36833; -99.99056 (Pierce County Courthouse)
Rugby
4 St. Anselm's Cemetery, Wrought-Iron Cross Site 01989-10-23 October 23, 1989 Address Restricted Berwick
5 St. Mathias Cemetery, Wrought-Iron Cross Site 01989-10-23 October 23, 1989 Address Restricted Orrin
6 St. Paul's Episcopal Church 01992-12-03 December 3, 1992 404 DeSmet St., now 312 2nd Ave., S.W.
48°21′58″N 99°59′55″W / 48.36611°N 99.99861°W / 48.36611; -99.99861 (St. Paul's Episcopal Church)
Rugby
7 US Post Office-Rugby 01989-11-01 November 1, 1989 205 SE. 2nd St.
48°22′12″N 99°59′38″W / 48.37°N 99.99389°W / 48.37; -99.99389 (US Post Office--Rugby)
Rugby

Ramsey County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Bangs-Wineman Block Bangs - Wineman Block - Devils Lake, North Dakota.jpg 01985-11-14 November 14, 1985 402-408 4th St.
48°7′14″N 98°51′35″W / 48.12056°N 98.85972°W / 48.12056; -98.85972 (Bangs--Wineman Block)
Devils Lake
2 Central High School 02003-12-29 December 29, 2003 325 7th St.
48°6′55″N 98°51′37″W / 48.11528°N 98.86028°W / 48.11528; -98.86028 (Central High School)
Devils Lake
3 Devils Lake Carnegie Library 02002-03-06 March 6, 2002 623 4th Ave.
48°6′53″N 98°51′37″W / 48.11472°N 98.86028°W / 48.11472; -98.86028 (Devils Lake Carnegie Library)
Devils Lake
4 Devils Lake Commercial District Downtown Devils Lake.jpg 01989-10-24 October 24, 1989 Roughly bounded by 2nd Ave., 5th St., 5th Ave., 3rd St., and Railroad Ave.
48°6′44″N 98°51′36″W / 48.11222°N 98.86°W / 48.11222; -98.86 (Devils Lake Commercial District)
Devils Lake
5 Devils Lake Masonic Temple 02001-09-01 September 1, 2001 403 6th St.
48°6′50″N 98°48′33″W / 48.11389°N 98.80917°W / 48.11389; -98.80917 (Devils Lake Masonic Temple)
Devils Lake
6 Episcopal Church of the Advent and Guild Hall 02002-06-20 June 20, 2002 501 6th St., E.
48°6′51″N 98°51′29″W / 48.11417°N 98.85806°W / 48.11417; -98.85806 (Episcopal Church of the Advent--Guild Hall)
Devils Lake
7 Locke Block Locke Building - Devils Lake North Dakota.jpg 01986-07-24 July 24, 1986 405 5th St.
48°6′45″N 98°51′34″W / 48.1125°N 98.85944°W / 48.1125; -98.85944 (Locke Block)
Devils Lake
8 Methodist Episcopal Church 02008-07-16 July 16, 2008 601 5th St., NE.
48°6′45.972″N 98°51′26.208″W / 48.11277°N 98.85728°W / 48.11277; -98.85728 (Methodist Episcopal Church)
Devils Lake
9 Newport Apartments 01988-07-11 July 11, 1988 601 7th St.
48°6′54″N 98°50′36″W / 48.115°N 98.84333°W / 48.115; -98.84333 (Newport Apartments)
Devils Lake
10 Ramsey County Sheriff's House 01978-01-31 January 31, 1978 420 6th St.
48°6′49.752″N 98°51′36.036″W / 48.11382°N 98.86001°W / 48.11382; -98.86001 (Ramsey County Sheriff's House)
Devils Lake
11 St. Mary's Academy 01983-02-24 February 24, 1983 E. 7th St.
48°6′55″N 98°50′52″W / 48.11528°N 98.84778°W / 48.11528; -98.84778 (St. Mary's Academy)
Devils Lake
12 U.S. Post Office and Courthouse Federal bldg, Devil's Lake ND.jpg 01978-06-22 June 22, 1978 502 4th St.
48°6′42″N 98°51′29″W / 48.11167°N 98.85806°W / 48.11167; -98.85806 (US Post Office and Courthouse)
Devils Lake
13 Westminster Presbyterian Church 02008-07-16 July 16, 2008 501 5th St., NE.
48°6′46.044″N 98°51′31.788″W / 48.11279°N 98.85883°W / 48.11279; -98.85883 (Westminster Presbyterian Church)
Devils Lake

Ransom County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Biesterfeldt Site (32RM1) 01980-02-08 February 8, 1980 Address Restricted Lisbon (Try also Biesterfeldt Site)
2 Bradford Hotel 01987-10-01 October 1, 1987 18 4th Ave. W.
46°26′34″N 97°40′56″W / 46.44278°N 97.68222°W / 46.44278; -97.68222 (Bradford Hotel)
Lisbon
3 Colton's Crossing Bridge 01997-02-27 February 27, 1997 Unnamed county road across the Sheyenne River, approximately 2 miles south and 2 miles east of Lisbon
46°23′2″N 97°37′58″W / 46.38389°N 97.63278°W / 46.38389; -97.63278 (Colton's Crossing Bridge)
Lisbon
4 Lisbon Bridge 01997-02-27 February 27, 1997 Across the Sheyenne River, ND 32 at the northern end of Lisbon
46°26′49″N 97°40′52″W / 46.44694°N 97.68111°W / 46.44694; -97.68111 (Lisbon Bridge)
Lisbon
5 Lisbon Opera House 01979-10-18 October 18, 1979 413 Main Ave.
46°26′32″N 97°40′50″W / 46.44222°N 97.68056°W / 46.44222; -97.68056 (Lisbon Opera House)
Lisbon
6 Mizpah Lodge Building 02005-08-24 August 24, 2005 260 Front St.
46°40′44″N 98°42′53″W / 46.67889°N 98.71472°W / 46.67889; -98.71472 (Mizpah Lodge Building)
Sheldon
7 Ransom County Courthouse 01985-11-25 November 25, 1985 5th Ave., W.
46°26′32″N 97°41′4″W / 46.44222°N 97.68444°W / 46.44222; -97.68444 (Ransom County Courthouse)
Lisbon
8 US Post Office-Lisbon 01989-11-01 November 1, 1989 17 W. 4th Ave.
46°26′32″N 97°40′55″W / 46.44222°N 97.68194°W / 46.44222; -97.68194 (US Post Office--Lisbon)
Lisbon
9 T. J. Walker Historic District 01979-12-05 December 5, 1979 At the Sheyenne River
46°31′18″N 97°55′49″W / 46.52167°N 97.93028°W / 46.52167; -97.93028 (Walker, T. J., Historic District)
Fort Ransom

Renville County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Mckinney Cemetery 01978-12-28 December 28, 1978 North of Tolley Tolley
2 Renville County Courthouse 01985-11-25 November 25, 1985 Main St.
48°45′49″N 101°30′32″W / 48.76361°N 101.50889°W / 48.76361; -101.50889 (Renville County Courthouse)
Mohall

Richland County

[5] Landmark name[2] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Adams-Fairview Bonanza Farm 01990-11-20 November 20, 1990 17170 82 R St., SE.
46°13′29″N 96°49′1″W / 46.22472°N 96.81694°W / 46.22472; -96.81694 (Adams--Fairview Bonanza Farm)
Wahpeton
2 Fort Abercrombie 02009-01-22 January 22, 2009 Richland County Route 4
46°26′40.2″N 96°43′7.72″W / 46.4445°N 96.7188111°W / 46.4445; -96.7188111 (Fort Abercrombie)
Abercrombie First permanent military settlement in what would become North Dakota (1858)
3 Frederick A. and Sophia Bagg Bonanza Farm 01985-11-14 November 14, 1985 Off ND 13 on Section Rd., 32 RI 5
46°15′11″N 96°51′57″W / 46.25306°N 96.86583°W / 46.25306; -96.86583 (Bagg, Frederick A. and Sophia, Bonanza Farm)
Mooreton
4 Leach Public Library 01990-01-26 January 26, 1990 417 2nd Ave. N.
46°15′53″N 96°36′22″W / 46.26472°N 96.60611°W / 46.26472; -96.60611 (Leach Public Library)
Wahpeton
5 Nelson's Grocery Christine, North Dakota.jpg 01977-10-05 October 5, 1977 Main and 3rd Sts.
46°34′28″N 96°48′22″W / 46.57444°N 96.80611°W / 46.57444; -96.80611 (Nelson's Grocery)
Christine
6 Post Office 01977-10-05 October 5, 1977 Main and 3rd Sts.
46°34′30″N 96°48′21″W / 46.575°N 96.80583°W / 46.575; -96.80583 (Post Office)
Christine
7 Red River Valley University 01984-04-26 April 26, 1984 N. 6th St.
46°16′27″N 96°36′28″W / 46.27417°N 96.60778°W / 46.27417; -96.60778 (Red River Valley University)
Wahpeton
8 Richland County Courthouse Richland County Courthouse Wahpeton.jpg 01980-11-25 November 25, 1980 Off ND 13
46°16′3″N 96°36′23″W / 46.2675°N 96.60639°W / 46.2675; -96.60639 (Richland County Courthouse)
Wahpeton
9 South Wild Rice Church 01982-10-22 October 22, 1982 Southeast of Galchutt at U.S. Route 81 and County Road 8
46°23′1″N 96°44′11″W / 46.38361°N 96.73639°W / 46.38361; -96.73639 (South Wild Rice Church)
Galchutt
10 St. Alban's Episcopal Church 01992-12-03 December 3, 1992 Southwestern corner of the junction of Hammond and Eastern Aves.
46°4′32″N 97°8′43″W / 46.07556°N 97.14528°W / 46.07556; -97.14528 (St. Alban's Episcopal Church)
Lidgerwood
11 US Post Office-Wahpeton 01989-11-01 November 1, 1989 620 Dakota Ave.
46°15′51″N 96°36′30″W / 46.26417°N 96.60833°W / 46.26417; -96.60833 (US Post Office--Wahpeton)
Wahpeton
12 Wahpeton Hospital 01983-09-29 September 29, 1983 720-722 Dakota Ave.
46°15′51″N 96°36′38″W / 46.26417°N 96.61056°W / 46.26417; -96.61056 (Wahpeton Hospital)
Wahpeton

Rolette County

[5] Landmark name[2] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Urbain Cote Round Barn 01986-10-07 October 7, 1986 ND 38
47°38′40″N 100°3′30″W / 47.64444°N 100.05833°W / 47.64444; -100.05833 (Cote, Urbain, Round Barn)
Dunseith
2 Coghlan Castle Coghlan Castle, Rolette County, ND, South Elevation2.jpeg 02008-07-16 July 16, 2008 Lot 2, SW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 T163N R69W Section 19 St. John 08000681[9]

Sargent County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Sargent County Courthouse 01980-11-25 November 25, 1980 Off ND 32
46°6′23″N 97°38′13″W / 46.10639°N 97.63694°W / 46.10639; -97.63694 (Sargent County Courthouse)
Forman

Sheridan County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Sheridan County Courthouse 01985-11-25 November 25, 1985 215 E. 2nd St.
47°29′4″N 100°26′25″W / 47.48444°N 100.44028°W / 47.48444; -100.44028 (Sheridan County Courthouse)
McClusky

Former listing

Landmark name Image Date delisted Location City or Town Summary
1 Winter House 02009-04-01 April 1, 2009 Northeastern Sheridan County
47°38′12″N 100°5′1″W / 47.63667°N 100.08361°W / 47.63667; -100.08361 (Winter House)
Goodrich Listed on November 29, 1979

Sioux County

Former listing

Landmark name Image Date delisted Location City or Town Summary
1 Former Sioux County Courthouse 02009-10-21 October 21, 2009 Belden St.
46°5′8″N 100°37′51″W / 46.08556°N 100.63083°W / 46.08556; -100.63083 (Former Sioux County Courthouse)
Fort Yates Listed November 14, 1985

Slope County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 H-T Ranch 01985-07-05 July 5, 1985 10 miles west of Amidon
46°29′22″N 103°31′56″W / 46.48944°N 103.53222°W / 46.48944; -103.53222 (H-T Ranch)
Amidon
2 Mystic Theatre Mystic Theatre 01977-09-13 September 13, 1977 Main St.
46°17′49″N 103°55′29″W / 46.29694°N 103.92472°W / 46.29694; -103.92472 (Mystic Theatre)
Marmarth
3 Original Slope County Courthouse Slope County Courthouse.jpg 01985-11-14 November 14, 1985 2nd St.
46°28′54″N 103°19′19″W / 46.48167°N 103.32194°W / 46.48167; -103.32194 (Original Slope County Courthouse)
Amidon

Stark County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Dickinson (Carnegie Area) Public Library 02008-07-31 July 31, 2008 139 3rd St., W.
46°52′54.984″N 102°47′13.632″W / 46.88194°N 102.78712°W / 46.88194; -102.78712 (Dickinson (Carnegie Area) Public Library)
Dickinson
2 Dickinson State Normal School Campus District 01997-03-28 March 28, 1997 Roughly bounded by State Ave., Fairway St., 8th Ave., W., and 2nd St., W.
46°52′56″N 102°47′54″W / 46.88222°N 102.79833°W / 46.88222; -102.79833 (Dickinson State Normal School Campus District)
Dickinson
3 Elks Club and Store Building--Dickenson Lodge#1137 02008-04-11 April 11, 2008 103 1st Ave., W. Dickinson
4 Gerhardt Octagonal Pig House 01986-10-07 October 7, 1986 ND 38
46°52′28″N 102°29′37″W / 46.87444°N 102.49361°W / 46.87444; -102.49361 (Gerhardt Octagonal Pig House)
Gladstone
5 Stark County Courthouse Stark County Courthouse, Dickinson.jpg 01985-11-25 November 25, 1985 3rd St., N.
46°52′56″N 102°47′2″W / 46.88222°N 102.78389°W / 46.88222; -102.78389 (Stark County Courthouse)
Dickinson
6 US Post Office-Dickinson 01989-11-01 November 1, 1989 15 E. 1st St.
46°52′48″N 102°47′2″W / 46.88°N 102.78389°W / 46.88; -102.78389 (US Post Office--Dickinson)
Dickinson

Steele County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Baldwin's Arcade 01975-02-18 February 18, 1975 Steele Ave. and 3rd St.
47°19′21″N 97°43′15″W / 47.3225°N 97.72083°W / 47.3225; -97.72083 (Baldwin's Arcade)
Hope
2 Beaver Creek Bridge 01997-02-27 February 27, 1997 Unnamed county road across Beaver Creek, approximately 13 miles east and 4 miles north of Finley
47°35′16″N 97°33′28″W / 47.58778°N 97.55778°W / 47.58778; -97.55778 (Beaver Creek Bridge)
Finley
3 Steele County Courthouse Steele County Courthouse.jpg 01985-11-14 November 14, 1985 Washington Ave.
47°30′52″N 97°50′16″W / 47.51444°N 97.83778°W / 47.51444; -97.83778 (Steele County Courthouse)
Finley

Stutsman County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Stephen William Brown Stone House 02004-02-04 February 4, 2004 4829 75 R Ave., SE
46°42′58″N 98°52′57″W / 46.71611°N 98.8825°W / 46.71611; -98.8825 (Brown, Stephen William, Stone House)
Montpelier
2 Alfred E. Dickey Free Library 01980-07-03 July 3, 1980 105 3rd St., SE.
46°54′24″N 98°42′28″W / 46.90667°N 98.70778°W / 46.90667; -98.70778 (Dickey, Alfred E., Free Library)
Jamestown
3 Elizabeth Apartments 01986-04-21 April 21, 1986 402 2nd Ave. NW.
46°54′42″N 98°42′34″W / 46.91167°N 98.70944°W / 46.91167; -98.70944 (Elizabeth Apartments)
Jamestown
4 Franklin School 02002-05-09 May 9, 2002 308 2nd St. SW.
46°54′28″N 98°42′42″W / 46.90778°N 98.71167°W / 46.90778; -98.71167 (Franklin School)
Jamestown
5 Grace Episcopal Church 01992-12-03 December 3, 1992 Northwestern corner of the junction of 2nd Ave. NE. and 4th St. NE.
46°54′41″N 98°42′23″W / 46.91139°N 98.70639°W / 46.91139; -98.70639 (Grace Episcopal Church)
Jamestown
6 Jamestown Historic District 01989-09-08 September 8, 1989 Roughly bounded by 1st St., 4th Ave., SE., 5th St., and 2nd Ave.
46°54′20″N 98°42′23″W / 46.90556°N 98.70639°W / 46.90556; -98.70639 (Jamestown Historic District)
Jamestown
7 Midland Continental Overpass 01997-02-27 February 27, 1997 Over an abandoned railroad grade, former U.S. Route 10, approximately 7 miles east of Jamestown
46°56′9″N 98°32′55″W / 46.93583°N 98.54861°W / 46.93583; -98.54861 (Midland Continental Overpass)
Jamestown
8 Seiler Building 01986-01-16 January 16, 1986 110 1st St., E.
46°54′30″N 98°42′25″W / 46.90833°N 98.70694°W / 46.90833; -98.70694 (Seiler Building)
Jamestown
9 St. James Catholic Church 01982-10-22 October 22, 1982 622 1st Ave., S.
46°54′10″N 98°42′30″W / 46.90278°N 98.70833°W / 46.90278; -98.70833 (St. James Catholic Church)
Jamestown
10 Stutsman County Courthouse and Sheriff's Residence/Jail 01976-09-08 September 8, 1976 504 3rd Ave., SE.
46°54′13″N 98°42′20″W / 46.90361°N 98.70556°W / 46.90361; -98.70556 (Stutsman County Courthouse and Sheriff's Residence/Jail)
Jamestown
11 Voorhees Chapel 01977-07-22 July 22, 1977 Jamestown College campus
46°54′52″N 98°41′57″W / 46.91444°N 98.69917°W / 46.91444; -98.69917 (Voorhees Chapel)
Jamestown

Formerly listed properties

Landmark name Image Date delisted Location City or Town Summary
1 Cecil Baker Round Barn 02011-03-28 March 28, 2011 ND 38
47°15′13″N 98°52′47″W / 47.25361°N 98.87972°W / 47.25361; -98.87972 (Baker, Cecil, Round Barn (de-listed)
Kensal Added 08/21/1986. Demolished 2010 [10]

Towner County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Towner County Courthouse 01985-11-14 November 14, 1985 2nd St., S.
48°29′36″N 99°12′20″W / 48.49333°N 99.20556°W / 48.49333; -99.20556 (Towner County Courthouse)
Cando

Traill County

Walsh County

Ward County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Andrew Carr, Sr. House 01984-04-26 April 26, 1984 510 4th Ave., NW.
48°14′25″N 101°18′6″W / 48.24028°N 101.30167°W / 48.24028; -101.30167 (Carr, Andrew, Sr., House)
Minot
2 Eastwood Park Bridge 01975-04-21 April 21, 1975 Central Ave. and 6th St., SE.
48°14′10″N 101°17′3″W / 48.23611°N 101.28417°W / 48.23611; -101.28417 (Eastwood Park Bridge)
Minot
3 Eastwood Park Historic District 01986-10-16 October 16, 1986 Bounded by Old Souris Oxbow
48°14′6″N 101°16′50″W / 48.235°N 101.28056°W / 48.235; -101.28056 (Eastwood Park Historic District)
Minot
4 Levi Glick Round Barn 01987-03-25 March 25, 1987 ND 38
48°13′29″N 101°10′20″W / 48.22472°N 101.17222°W / 48.22472; -101.17222 (Glick, Levi, Round Barn)
Surrey
5 Minot Carnegie Library 01980-11-10 November 10, 1980 105 2nd Ave., SE.
48°14′5″N 101°17′27″W / 48.23472°N 101.29083°W / 48.23472; -101.29083 (Minot Carnegie Library)
Minot
6 Minot Commercial Historic District 01980-10-16 October 16, 1980 Roughly bounded by Soo Line railroad line, and Burdick Expressway, and Broadway
48°14′2″N 101°18′2″W / 48.23389°N 101.30056°W / 48.23389; -101.30056 (Minot Commercial Historic District)
Minot
7 Minot Industrial Historic District 01986-10-16 October 16, 1986 Roughly bounded by the Souris River, 5th St., NE., 1st Ave., SE., 1st St., NE., Soo Line railroad line, and Broadway
48°14′19″N 101°17′17″W / 48.23861°N 101.28806°W / 48.23861; -101.28806 (Minot Industrial Historic District)
Minot
8 Our Savior's Scandinavian Lutheran Church Minot-StaveChurch.jpg 02005-02-15 February 15, 2005 1 mile north of ND 50 and 0.25 miles west of Ward County Road 1
48°33′42″N 102°7′44″W / 48.56167°N 102.12889°W / 48.56167; -102.12889 (Our Savior's Scandinavian Lutheran Church)
Coulee
9 Soo Line Passenger Depot 2009-0521-ND-Minot-SooLinemuseum.jpg 01978-01-20 January 20, 1978 11 N. Main St.
48°14′13″N 101°17′34″W / 48.23694°N 101.29278°W / 48.23694; -101.29278 (Soo Line Passenger Depot)
Minot
10 South Prairie Community Hall 02006-06-07 June 7, 2006 177th Ave., SW.
48°3′17″N 101°17′57″W / 48.05472°N 101.29917°W / 48.05472; -101.29917 (South Prairie Community Hall)
Minot
11 Tufveson House 01984-04-12 April 12, 1984 426 4th Ave., NW.
48°14′26″N 101°18′5″W / 48.24056°N 101.30139°W / 48.24056; -101.30139 (Tufveson House)
Minot
12 U.S. Post Office-Minot 01980-10-14 October 14, 1980 100 1st St., SW.
48°14′4″N 101°17′36″W / 48.23444°N 101.29333°W / 48.23444; -101.29333 (U.S. Post Office-Minot)
Minot
13 Union National Bank and Annex Union nat. bank 1923.jpg 01983-01-27 January 27, 1983 2 N. Main and 7-11 E. Central Ave.
48°14′12″N 101°17′32″W / 48.23667°N 101.29222°W / 48.23667; -101.29222 (Union National Bank and Annex)
Minot
14 Ward County Courthouse 01985-11-14 November 14, 1985 315 3rd St., SE.
48°13′59″N 101°17′15″W / 48.23306°N 101.2875°W / 48.23306; -101.2875 (Ward County Courthouse)
Minot
15 Westland Oil Filling Station 01987-02-27 February 27, 1987 510 E. Central Ave.
48°14′11″N 101°17′5″W / 48.23639°N 101.28472°W / 48.23639; -101.28472 (Westland Oil Filling Station)
Minot

Wells County

Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Beiseker Mansion 01977-04-13 April 13, 1977 2nd St. and Roberts Ave.
47°38′56″N 99°37′17″W / 47.64889°N 99.62139°W / 47.64889; -99.62139 (Beiseker Mansion)
Fessenden
2 Hurd Round House 01977-04-11 April 11, 1977 7 miles southeast of Hurdsfield Hurdsfield
3 Vang Evangelical Lutheran Church 02001-06-21 June 21, 2001 200 W. LeGrand St.
47°41′43″N 99°45′2″W / 47.69528°N 99.75056°W / 47.69528; -99.75056 (Vang Evangelical Lutheran Church)
Manfred
4 Wells County Courthouse 01977-09-15 September 15, 1977 Railway St., N.
47°38′56″N 99°37′29″W / 47.64889°N 99.62472°W / 47.64889; -99.62472 (Wells County Courthouse)
Fessenden
5 Wells County Fairgrounds 01991-02-28 February 28, 1991 Junction of U.S. Route 52 and ND 15
47°38′38″N 99°37′26″W / 47.64389°N 99.62389°W / 47.64389; -99.62389 (Wells County Fairgrounds)
Fessenden

Williams County

[5] Landmark name[2] Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
1 Fort Buford State Historic Site FortBufordGravePhilKonstantin.jpg 01975-04-01 April 1, 1975 Southwest of Williston at the confluence of the Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers
47°59′2″N 103°59′34″W / 47.98389°N 103.99278°W / 47.98389; -103.99278 (Fort Buford State Historic Site)
Williston
2 Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site Fort Union.jpg 01966-10-15 October 15, 1966 West of Buford
47°59′58″N 104°2′13″W / 47.99944°N 104.03694°W / 47.99944; -104.03694 (Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site)
Buford
3 James Memorial Library 01979-11-14 November 14, 1979 621 1st Ave., W.
48°9′0″N 103°37′26″W / 48.15°N 103.62389°W / 48.15; -103.62389 (James Memorial Library)
Williston
4 Old Armory 01985-04-11 April 11, 1985 320 1st Ave., E.
48°8′51″N 103°37′10″W / 48.1475°N 103.61944°W / 48.1475; -103.61944 (Old Armory)
Williston
5 Old US Post Office 01979-10-22 October 22, 1979 322 Main Ave.
48°8′50″N 103°37′30″W / 48.14722°N 103.625°W / 48.14722; -103.625 (Old US Post Office)
Williston
6 Ray Opera House 01978-11-02 November 2, 1978 111 Main St.
48°20′41″N 103°10′0″W / 48.34472°N 103.166667°W / 48.34472; -103.166667 (Ray Opera House)
Ray
7 Williston High School 02011-06-27 June 27, 2011 612 1st Ave. W.
48°8′58″N 103°37′26″W / 48.14944°N 103.62389°W / 48.14944; -103.62389 (Williston High School)
Williston

See also

External links

  • Multiple property submissions, from the National Park Service, covering North Dakota:
  1. Bonanza Farming in North Dakota MPS
  2. Buechner and Orth Courthouses in North Dakota TR
  3. Downtown Grand Forks MRA
  4. Episcopal Churches of North Dakota MPS
  5. German-Russian Wrought-Iron Cross Sites in Central North Dakota MPS
  6. Historic Roadway Bridges of North Dakota MPS
  7. Jamestown MPS
  8. Minot MRA
  9. North Dakota County Courthouses TR
  10. North Dakota Round Barns TR
  11. North Side Fargo MRA
  12. Oakes MPS
  13. Philanthropically Established Libraries in North Dakota MPS
  14. Ukrainian Immigrant Dwellings and Churches in North Dakota from Early Settlement Until the Depression MPS
  15. Post Offices in North Dakota, 1900--1940 MPS

References

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on November 10, 2011.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2008-04-24. http://nrhp.focus.nps.gov/natreg/docs/All_Data.html. 
  3. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service. http://www.cr.nps.gov/nr/nrlist.htm. Retrieved January 2, 2009. 
  4. ^ Weekly List Actions, National Register of Historic Places website
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmark sites and National Register of Historic Places Districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  6. ^ "Park features added to register". Jamestown Sun (Jamestown, North Dakota: Forum Communications Co.). February 16, 2011. http://www.jamestownsun.com/event/article/id/129703/group/News/. Retrieved February 17, 2011. 
  7. ^ http://www.thedickinsonpress.com/event/article/id/49974/
  8. ^ "Oscar Zero Missile Alert Facility & November-33 Missile Launch Facility". State Historical Society of North Dakota. http://www.nd.gov/hist/hp/sites/oscarZero.html. Retrieved January 17, 2009. [dead link]
  9. ^ "Announcements and actions on properties for the National Register of Historic Places, July 25, 2008". New listings. National Park Service. http://www.nps.gov/history/nr/listings/20080725.HTM. Retrieved 2008-07-28. 
  10. ^ State Historical Society of North Dakota

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