'Women Behind the Plow' photographic traveling exhibit is on display at the North Dakota Heritage Center and State Museum.
The exhibit has 18 acrylic panels that tell the story of women who grew up or raised their families on farms in German-Russian countries.
People of all ages are encouraged to stop by and look at the panels.
"These tell the personal stories of these women in their own voices. You can come and learn about their life on the prairie, and their difficulties and challenges and the rewards of prairie lifestyles," says Kim Jondahl, Communications and Education Director.
If you'd like to buy the book 'Women Behind the Plow' you can grab it at the Heritage Center gift shop. The exhibit is only up for a few more days, you do still have time to read about this historical preservation project.