First photo is a scan of both pages and is fairly wide. The next two are just the westside and then the eastside of Belcourt. The source was the inside front cover of the 1985 St. Anne's Centennial book. St Anne's church is in quadrant 20 which is somewhat difficult to see. My great-grandfather, William Cuthbert Grant's property is in the quadrant 15 on the westside of Belcourt. The trail lines seem to be paths for walking, horses or carts. The only road that seems to coincide with current highway 281 is the one running from bottom left of quadrant 35 to quadrant 13 as it runs from SW to East.
Theresa sent me this photo and labeled all the groomsmen. I remember seeing the photo when I was small and thinking this was the most fancy wedding I had ever seen. My father Joseph Vernon Grant is in the photo as a groomsmen. Most of them are Theresa's brothers and brother-in-law. My dad is her first cousin and just slightly older.
Groomsmen from left to right: Joseph Vernon Grant, Leo Gauthier, Lowell Sellman (sister Dorothy's husband, Russell Olson (husbands brother) Ernie Gauthier, Francis Gauthier, Armand Gauthier, Gerald Gauthier, Marlin Gauthier. Seated Theresa Gauthier and new husband Don Olson.
Aunt Patty's daughter Therese Olson sent me this photo of her mother and father. Patty was born March 27, 1897 in Belcourt the second of William Cuthbert and Petronellie Monette's 11 children. She died February 24, 1985. Lucien Gauthier was born June 4 1900 in Belcourt and died January 15, 1964 in Hastings Nebraska,
Non-enrolled member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa through my great-grandfather William Grant and his wife Petronellie Monette