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Forty to seventy-five teams a day go by, and mine host Batters gave supper to more than fifty men last night, between ten and twelve o’clock, besides a house full who stopped all night and ate at regular hours.
Every stopping place along the road is crowded to its utmost capacity generally.
The steam saw-mill runs night and day, but the lumber is used for the railroad, so that none can be had to build with, and teams are hauling from Little Elk.
One cannot travel a mile without meeting or passing many.Kindred has a Problem 1881 Jack O’Neill Shoots “Fakir George” at the Last Turn Saloon 1881 Thunder and Lightning 1881 Progression 1881 A Fishing Expedition 1881 Mr. There was one interesting case of a fight yesterday morning, to break the monotony.Kindred Now Employed With the Canadian Pacific Railroad 1881 Gull River Gleanings 1881 Indian Troubles 1881 The White Earth Indians 1881 Awful Aitkin 1881 Journey of Captain Glazier 1881 Down the Great River, Willard Glazier 1881 A Day of Recreation 1881 Plain Truth 1881 Along the Line 1881 Brainerd Celebrity 1881 The Necessity of a Town Organization 1881 Motley 1881 Got Caught at It 1881 Court Calendar 1881 Glorious Promise 1881 Goes For Us 1881 The Show 1881 The Moral Tone of Brainerd 1881 History of the Upper Mississippi 1881 Clean the Streets 1881 Excursion 1881 Brainerd’s Boom Unparalleled 1882 4,706 1882 The New City Seal 1882 Mr. A tangle-footed Frenchman ran against a long-haired “Ab-oo-rig-i-ne,” whereupon “Aboo” clinched him and they pounded each other till satisfied.Kindred has Another Farm 1880 Sells Brothers’ Circus 1880 A Man Shot at the Marshall House 1880 Mr.Kindred Celebrates the Fourth of July 1880 Census 1880 Mr.
Kindred has a Resort 1880 From Brainerd to Duluth 1880 Agriculture in Crow Wing County 1880 Brainerd-2 1880 Brainerd-3 1881 Deed of Death 1881 Malaria Manufactory 1881 Mr. “Ojibwe woman and children in a dwelling called a nasawa'ogaan, or pointed lodge near Brainerd, ca. This is a portable version of what we usually call a wigwam, which was oval shaped.