BOB BACKMAN and CHRISTINE LANEY: Landings can increase recreational use of the Red River
FARGO — Early European settlers used the Red River of the North in many ways, including fish for food, ice for refrigeration, recreation such as swimming and canoeing, transportation of goods and people via steamboats and as a source of water. The river also was used for garbage and sewage disposal.
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