Starting September 24th, the Cass County Marriage records prior to 1925 will not be available at the NDSU Archives.The certificates are being sent to the North Dakota State Archives in Bismarck for microfilming.Once the filming is compl
The church history for the Fairmount United Methodist Church 1890-1990 was recently donated to the Institute for Regional Studies Archives book collection.The book is 16 pages long, and contains a history, the program for the Centennial service held on September 16, 1990, a
We would like to thank Rodney Nelson for the donation of his recent poetry book publication entitled Sighting the Flood. The publication contains 22 poems, and includes poetry by Rodney Nelson, Ola Hansson, Ron Winkler, and Thomas McGrath.
Rod Oppegard has donated a book to the Institute for Regional Studies Archives book collection. The book is a history of the Christian Reformed Church of Hull, North Dakota 1887-1962. It was produced as part of the seventy-fifth anniversary of the church in 1962. The book is illustrated, and contains a history of the church, a list of former ministers, the Ladies Missionary Society, Golden Hour Circle, Men's Society, Helping Hand Society, and a Membership R
The book Paha Sapa Tawoyake are the storys told by William V. Wade, and originally edited by his daughter Mamie L. Wade Weeden. In 2012 Lynn D. Bueling of Mandan, North Dakota republished the book with permission of Wade's descendants. The books description reads:
The NDSU Archives is moving to a new location and will be closed to the public starting on August 1, 2013, and will remain closed until early spring 2014. We thank our patrons for their understanding and patience.
The Makoti, North Dakota centennial celebration community history book has been added to the Institute for Regional Studies Archives book collection. The book was published in 2011by the Makoti Centennial Committee, it is 497 pages, and fully illustrated. It contains a history of the town of Makoti, and the history of organizations, churches, schools, family, and other related to the community. The book is available for review in the NDSU Archives reading