Sakakawea is the most memorialized woman in American history. Yet, we know very little about her after her 18th birthday.
In fact, the year of her reported death varies by more than 70 years. The most attributed date placed her death in 1812, but there are many who steadfastly state that she lived to the ripe old age of 100, dying in 1884.
On Oct. 21, 1921, voters by a margin of 4,000 votes replaced Gov. Lynn Frazier with Ragnvold Nestos. It took more than 80 years before another state would replace its governor through a recall vote. That happened in 2003 when California voters replaced Gov. Gray Davis with Arnold Schwarzenegger.
The man who was chairman of the North Dakota Republican State Committee from 1902 to 1908 rejected the incumbent Republican U.S. president in 1912 and led the fight to try tod get another man elected at the March primary.
How did this Republican rebel fare as a result?
In 1916, “America’s Sweetheart,” Mary Pickford, selected Casselton, N.D., native Angela Gibson to be her assistant director for the movie “The Pride of the Clan.” Pickford selected Gibson because of “her well-known knowledge of Scottish costumes and folklore.”
When political boss Alexander McKenzie tried to get the Louisiana Lottery implemented in North Dakota in 1889, he failed. One of the most effective spokesmen leading the opposition was the highly moralistic president of the University of North Dakota, Homer B. Sprague, an eminent scholar and acclaimed orator.
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