Early White Families on the Reservation Lands in McLean County, North Dakota

The Roseglen townsite and much of the surrounding area was once part of Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, reserved for Native Americans. In the early 1900s, some of this land was sold to the federal government, and opened up for homesteading by white settlers. Prior to that time, portions of the land were sold to individual settlers.

As found in the Golden Jubilee book, published in 1967, these are some of the early families and settlers who made their homes on Reservation Land.