North Dakota Immigrants: Coming to America Joseph L. Gavett

ISBN: 9781929148745

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North Dakota Immigrants: Coming to America  by  Joseph L. Gavett

North Dakota Immigrants: Coming to America by Joseph L. Gavett
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Dakota Territory in 1870 was still a sea of grass eagerly awaiting the plow share. Beginning in the 1870s, and lasting well into the early twentieth century, the newly revised territory began to attract more and more settlers.

Thoughts of statehoodMoreDakota Territory in 1870 was still a sea of grass eagerly awaiting the plow share. Beginning in the 1870s, and lasting well into the early twentieth century, the newly revised territory began to attract more and more settlers. Thoughts of statehood grew increasingly stronger.

The late 1880s would find that the population of northern Dakota had swelled to 190,000 residents, while southern Dakota had a larger share of settlers, totaling 340,000 residents. Beginning in the fertile Red River Valley region of present-day eastern North Dakota, and spreading westward to the Montana border, the Germans, German Russian, Irish, Norwegians and Swedes immigrants came to stake their roots.



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