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Former ND Gov. Arthur Sorlie had to fight accusations he was KKK supporter in 1920s

Published 03/02/2013, INFORUM

GRAND FORKS – Arthur Gustave Sorlie is remembered today as the namesake for the Sorlie Memorial Bridge spanning the Red River here. He served as North Dakota’s 14th governor from 1925 to 1928, and was a successful Grand Forks businessman as the owner of a bakery that made bread and crackers.

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