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This Day in History – June 26, 1924

This Day in History – June 26, 1924

This Day In History, June 26, 1924 – Dinehart Garage is open for business. . . .  from the 125th Anniversary Calendar of Jamestown History. Photo: North Dakota State Archives. Dinehart garage on the corner of Sixth Ave North and Front Street...

 

This Day in History – June 24, 1885

This Day in History – June 24, 1885

This Day In History, June 24, 1885 – The Circus comes to Jamestown. . . .  from the 125th Anniversary Calendar of Jamestown History. A gala day in Jamestown and for the thousands of people of the streets for the Sells Brother Circus and...

 

This day in History – June 18, 1872

This day in History – June 18, 1872

This Day In History, June 18, 1872 – Fort Sykes Becomes Fort Cross. . . .  from the 125th Anniversary Calendar of Jamestown History & Fortwiki.com. Camp Sykes (Jamestown) officially becomes Fort Cross and is established by Special order...

 

This Day in History – June 17, 1944

This Day in History – June 17, 1944

This Day in History – June 17, 1944 – Roller skating to be held tonight at Franklin School Gymnasium. Free for those with skates . . . . From the 125th Anniversary Calendar of Jamestown History Photo – artist rendering of...

 

This Day in History – June 15, 1883

This Day in History – June 15, 1883

This Day In History, June 15, 1883 – supplies and tobacco at the post office. . . .  from the 125th Anniversary Calendar of Jamestown History and Images of America: Jamestown. A. W. Kelley, the Postmaster, will sell entire stock of books,...

 

This Day in History – June 10, 1988

This Day in History – June 10, 1988

This Day In History, June 10, 1988 – Death of Louie L’Amour  –  from Wikipedia and the 125th Anniversary Calendar of Jamestown History Louis L’Amour dies in California. Born here in Jamestown in 1908.  Louis L’Amour’s...

 

This Day In History – June 4, 1894

This Day In History – June 4, 1894

Spirtwood Lake ND – On June 4, 1894 – Anderson & Arms had completed their new steamer – “The America” –  for Spiritwood Lake operation.     ************* from the 125th Anniversary Calendar...

 

This Day in History – June 2, 1931

This Day in History – June 2, 1931

This Day In History, June 2, 1931 – Air mail comes to Jamestown. . . .  from the 125th Anniversary Calendar of Jamestown History. Jamestown becomes part of air mail system as planes begin to fly Fargo to Bismarck route. Photo from the Smithsonian...

 

This Day in History – May 26, 1972

This Day in History – May 26, 1972

Louis L’Amour, Author, received the Theodore Roosevelt Rough Rider Award on May 26, 1972 The Theodore Roosevelt Rough Rider award recognizes present or former North Dakotans who have been influenced by this state in achieving national...

 

This Day in History – May 25, 1882

This Day in History – May 25, 1882

This Day In History, May 25, 1882 – New Brick Making Machine in Jamestown. . . .  from the 125th Anniversary Calendar of Jamestown History. Anton Klaus’s new brick machine arrives in Jamestown  and is taken to the brick yard, a mile...

 
 
 
 

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