Pockets of downtown Fargo remain from 125 years ago
FARGO - Few tangible remnants of the city dating back to North Dakota’s admission to statehood in 1889 survive today, the result of a devastating 1893 fire, fits of urban renewal and decay over time.
But pockets of Fargo as it was 125 years ago remain downtown, where some buildings escaped the great fire and wrecking ball.
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