North Dakota Maps
North Dakota Towns of our Forefathers.
1995 Terraserver on-line aerial map (see "Topo", then view "Aerial").
North Dakota on-line map
- MapQuest mapping web site.
1891 North Dakota Map - A King Handbook map printed in 1891. (77K size)
The United States was waring with the Cheyenne & Sioux Indians between 1876-77 in the Dakotas, and with the Cheyenne's between 1878-79 in the Dakota & Montana territory.
- 1904 North Dakota Map - Rand McNally map of North Dakota, which was printed in 1904. (244K size)
- 2000 Satellite View of North Dakota - A breath-taking aerial view of North Dakota, including Mount Rushmore in South Dakota. (194K size)
- Southwest North Dakota Maps - Maps of southwest North Dakota where the cities of Bismarck, Burt, Dickinson, Mandan, Mott, Richardson and others are located.
> Hettinger County Map - This map lists the Townships with Range grid locations.
- ROLL Family Homestead Map showing where the 3 emigrant ROLL brother's lived and farmed. Includes the towns of Burt, Bentley, Mott, St. Placidus, Watrous, and Willa.
- ROLL Family Homestead Aerial View showing where the 3 emigrant ROLL brother's lived and farmed. Includes the towns of Burt, Mott, St. Placidus, and Willa.
Walker Township Maps - These maps show a 1910 and 2000 close-up of the sections where George ROLL (1867-1938) and Sebastian ROLL (1873-1930) homesteaded. The village of Willa is also listed.
- Steiner Township Maps - These maps show a 1910 and 2000 close-up of the sections where Joseph ROLL (1877-1918) homesteaded. St. Placidus is also listed.
Mott, Hettinger County, North Dakota Maps - Maps and pictures of Mott, Hettinger County, North Dakota, USA. Mott is the county seat. Sebastian (1873-1930) and Julia KOFFLER LANTZ ROLL retired to a two-story home in southwest Mott. This home fell into dilapidation and was auctioned off in 1999 to the GION family in Regent, North Dakota. It was relocated next to the Regent Chamber of Commerce building and was fully restored as a bed & breakfast for travelers
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