North Dakota's "little treasure on the prairie" rural heritage museum gives a glimpse at America's past
One of the 18 buildings at the Dale and Martha Hawk Museum in Wolford, N.D.
John Deere 2-row corn cultivator.
Giant waterwheel designed to be powered by a dog.
Vintage John Deere horse-drawn manure spreader.
The museum also houses a rare Nilson Senior tractor, a Model 24-36, which was manufactured about 1919 by the Nilson Tractor Co. of Minneapolis, Minn., and sold new for $2,475 (roughly $26,000 in today’s terms).
Antique wrench and tool display at the Dale and Martha Hawk Museum.
Unusual horse-drawn item.
Hackney Auto Plow, one of only three known to exist and a favorite of Dale Hawk.