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MARILYN HAGERTY: Rich mix flavored N.D. melting pot in 1912

Published 04/30/2012, Grand Forks Herald

Not all the immigrants to North Dakota were Norwegians 100 years ago. It just seemed that way around here. When the Census Bureau issued its report in the spring of 1912, it showed there were more immigrants coming from Russia than from Norway. But the two nationalities led the way.

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