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Hettinger man's Titanic tale lives on

Published 04/14/2012, The Dickinson Press

The story of a Hettinger man who survived the sinking of an “unsinkable ship” lives on in those who have heard it, even 100 years after the tragedy. Though he never blamed anyone for the loss of more than 1,500 lives, Olaus “Ole” Abelseth would take the memories of that night to his grave.

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