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Minnesota in the 1930s. While St. Paul was considered a crook’s haven for mobsters to lay low, the infamous Al Capone was known to wander up North for rest and respite. Some point to St. Paul law enforcement as the key instigators in making Minnesota mob-friendly.
The work of Helen Hughes Dulany was elaborately displayed in some of the leading magazines of the era and Helen was contracted to design products for some of the largest companies in the U.S.
Programs are offered on Sundays during the summer at the Stutsman County Museum.
History columnist Curt Eriksmoen explains why we still don't know if Lewis was shot by someone else or died by suicide.

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Programs are offered on Sundays during the summer at the Stutsman County Museum.
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History columnist Curt Eriksmoen continues the story of the Lewis and Clark expedition and the Corps of Discovery.
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Programs are offered on Sundays during the summer at the Stutsman County Museum.

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Whether it was the day John F. Kennedy was assassinated or when planes hit the World Trade Center, early news memories stick with you.
Programs are offered on Sundays during the summer at the Stutsman County Museum.
A Gatling Gun and Mountain Howitzer demonstrations were done at the event Saturday, July 16, at Fort Seward in Jamestown.

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