Germans from Russia Stone House

The Stone House was built by the local Deutsche Leute Chapter of the Germans from Russia Heritage Society to represent the architectural style brought to North Dakota by the German immigrants from Russia.  Housing of this type contained the living quarters of people and the living quarters of their animals all under the same roof and would have been built of locally available materials, often stone and/or sod.


Exhibit inside the Germans from Russia stone house.

Bedroom in the stone house.

Animal quarters in the stone house.

This reproduction building was built on site in Prairie Outpost Park from 1980 to 1986. It was constructed of local limestone from a farm south east of Dickinson.

The Pioneer Stone House is maintained and supported by the local Deutsche Leute Chapter of the Germans from Russia Heritage Society.

*This building is accessible to visitors with disabilities.

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