A man born into slavery spent 10 years as a student of the newspaper business under the tutelage of a Fargo editor. Julius Taylor became one of the first African-American newspaper editors, publishing papers in Chicago and Salt Lake City.
Libbie Custer knew her favorite laundress Mrs. Nash was also an excellent baker, midwife, and seamstress. What Col. George Custer’s wife did not know was that this multitalented woman was really a man.
The man most responsible for “direct legislation,” giving law-making powers to all the voters in North Dakota also holds the distinction of being elected to the state legislature on three different occasions as a candidate of three different political parties.
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