| less than one acre|
23 October 1989
| 1923 (Site C)|
| Multiple (Site A, Site B, Site D);
Friedt,Jacob (Site C)|
Wrought-iron cross, Other
German-Russian Wrought-Iron Cross Sites in Central North Dakota MPS
89001687, 89001688, 89001689, 89001690
Wrought-iron cross sites of St. John's Cemetery (Zeeland, North Dakota) Wikipedia
Four historic sites within the St. John's Catholic Cemetery near Zeeland, North Dakota, United States, identified as St. John's Cemetery, Wrought-Iron Cross Site A, St. John's Cemetery, Wrought-Iron Cross Site B, Site C, and Site D, were listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989. They include wrought-iron crosses. The listing for Site A included 9 contributing objects; Site B included 6; Site C included just one; Site D included 9. Site C included an iron cross built in 1923 by Jacob Friedt.
Jacob Friedt, of Zeeland, was one of a number of "German-Russian blacksmiths in central North Dakota" who developed individual styles in their crosses and whose "work was known for miles around them."