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Serving as curator and librarian Angela Jutila looks over the A.M. Tofthagen Library and Museum in Lakota. The museum was built in 1926 shortly after Lakota resident Amun Tofthagen donated $5,000 towards the project. An experienced world traveler Tofthagen donated his collection of many books, paintings and art objects from all over the world. (Luke Franke/ Grand Forks Herald)

Hidden history in Lakota, N.D.

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LAKOTA, N.D. — On U.S. Highway 2 in eastern North Dakota there isn’t much to see other than fields and pastures stretching for miles. But every so often a town like Lakota, N.D., will appear adorning the highway as an oasis for motorists who have been driving through the endless farmland.

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