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Adams argues.D. was one of North Dakota’s wealthiest men head of an agricultural empire that owned a bonanza farm that at its apex sprawled over 42700 acres of prime farmland He and his wife had traveled to Europe to buy furniture for their mansion — which the widow Chaffee ordered demolished because she couldn’t bear to live there without her husband whom she last saw when she was boarding a lifeboat without himThe notification letter and another informing Chaffee’s heirs that White Star Line had "flatly refused" to pay any claims for loss of life and baggage for those who perished when the Titanic sank are among the prized possessions in the collections of the North Dakota State University ArchivesThe archives are a repository of history of the region and the official archives of NDSU a treasure trove of documents for historians genealogists and the idly curious to comb for clues of what life was like in days long bygoneActually Fargo-Moorhead boasts several attics that are crammed with historical documents artifacts and oddities In an age when so much of life is digitized it’s reassuring to be able to peruse actual objects from another timeThe Bonanzaville historical village in West Fargo has almost 450000 items They range in size from the first Steiger tractor to roll off the assembly line and a Phantom II fighter jet to a framed set of pens used to sign a prohibition law in 1890 making the fledgling state of North Dakota dryAcross the Red River in Moorhead the Clay County Historical and Cultural Society at the Hjemkomst Interpretive Center houses a Viking replica ship that sailed to Norway as well as a boatload of documents and other itemsThe NDSU Archives hold Cass County civil court records from the territorial era and early statehood that tell sad and sometimes tawdry tales of marriage dissolutions in the days when Fargo was a divorce mill for the nation A cottage industry including law firms and hotels sprang up to cater to unhappy couples who came to Fargo to take advantage of the brief residency requirement needed to dissolve a marriage"You want to talk about sad tales of human imperfection" said Tom Isern a history professor at NDSU whose students have written papers based on the divorce files One of his favorites was testimony from a man who was asked when he learned his wife was leaving him"When I saw my goods coming up the street in a dray" the forlorn husband replied dryly as Isern recalled the response "It’s all sad business" Some of the court files came with exhibits intact including photographs and in one case medicine bottles introduced as evidence from a husband as proof of his wife’s infidelities The bottles contained medicine to treat venereal disease said John Hallberg an archivistThe archives which recently doubled their storage capacity through the acquisition of special shelves also contain pens that presidents used to sign bills into law that came from the mementoes of former Sen Milton YoungIsern’s favorite objects include the life mask diaries and letters of Haile Chisholm who worked as a blacksmith at what then was North Dakota Agricultural College for more than a quarter century ending in 1937 Chisholm not only swung a hammer against an anvil; he also wrote poetryAt Bonanzaville where 40 buildings are open to the public during warmer months patrons can see a pair of stuffed albino buffalo calves that were born on a farm in North Dakota in the 1950s "White buffalo are considered especially sacred" said curator Kaci JohnsonThe village campus includes the house of David Houston a Scottish immigrant who lived on a bonanza farm near Hunter ND Houston became wealthy as the inventor of roll film which he sold to Eastman Kodak in the late 1880sSome of the articles in Bonanzaville’s collection literally came from cleaning out attics—one of them a homestead located at the village When the former Hagen house built in 1897 was being cleaned a poster touting "Prosperity at home prestige abroad" the campaign slogan for President William McKinley was found"The colors are still amazing" protected from sunlight because the poster was folded Johnson saidThe museum also houses a horse-drawn steam engine that was used to power equipment on bonanza farms in the 1880s as well as a horse-drawn hearse retired in the 1930s and last used in 1986 for the funeral of the son of the hearse’s former ownerIn Bonanzaville’s American Indian exhibits the museum displays a winter count a pictographic record of events from Swift Dog a Lakota who fought at the Battle of the Little Bighorn It depicts 1833 as the "year the stars fell" a reference to the Leonid meteor shower and a drought in the early 1800s when it was so dry people had to draw water from a beaver pond"It’s probably one of our most historically important items" Johnson saidOne of the Clay County Historical and Cultural Society’s more exotic domestic items is an ornamental chair made from buffalo horns and antelope antlers that was crafted in Montana in the 1870s or early 1880s and brought to Clay County"Sadly it’s a representation of the over hunting of buffalo and also of that time when awful things were being done to Native Americans" said Lisa Vedaa the society’s collections curator "It’s a relic from another period"The society has several artifacts that recall the steamboat era on the Red River including a brass whistle from the "International" which made its first run down the river to Fort Garry in Winnipeg in 1862 The "International" was the largest steamboat on the American portion of the Red River; it was retired in 1880 replaced by railroads serving the areaOne of the treasured collections held by the society is from the Thortvedt family Norwegian immigrants who were pioneers in the Buffalo River settlement northwest of GlyndonThe Thortvedts were avid diarists starting with patriarch Levi whose habit was picked up by four children most notably his artistic daughter Orabel Their accounts not only describe people and events but provide a window into how those events registered with people at the time archivist Mark Peihl said"From my perspective they’re primary sources taken down from the people of the time" he said referring to historical journals and letters "They help to give us a sense of how people felt about the things going on around them These documents give us an insight into that at least this family’s recollections"The Plateau State Government has threatened to sack 155 teachers holding dual appointments with both the Local and State Government This was disclosed by the Chairman State Teachers Service Commission Mr Vonjen Lar in an interview with journalists in Jos It would be recalled that the State Government had in February recruited a total of 834 teachers for its Secondary Schools but recently found 155 of them already engaged by the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) as teachers in the primary schools Lar a retired Permanent Secretary said that the discovered 155 teachers had violated the civil service rule number 030402 (q) which frowns at holding two government appointments at the same time “What these teachers have done is gross misconduct punishable by outright dismissal” he said “It is a common law that you can’t be working in two places with the same civil service of a state You have to resign in one and take the other and not the two at once “When we advertised the employment we were categorical that anyone who has a job with either the Local or State government need not apply because it is against the civil service rule “But surprisingly we discovered 90 permanent teachers and 65 Ad-hoc teachers with SUBEB that did apply and were offered another appointment to teach in our secondary schools” he lamented According to him the defaulters were discovered when a soft copy of list of the 834 newly employed teachers were sent to SUBEB for scrutiny He said most of them expect the commission to allow them transfer their services from the local government to state government which he said was not possible because of the embargo placed on such transfer by the government Lar expressed government’s worry over the attitude of the teachers pointing out that as the schools resume next week there would be shortage of teachers in the primary schools “Can you imagine the crisis we are going to face in the primary schools next term; when the pupils would enter their classes and they will not see their teachers coming to teach them “This is a gross dishonesty; teachers are supposed to be people of high integrity but for them to have started like this is very unfortunate and worrisome’ The TSC Chairman however called on teachers holding dual appointments to report to the commission or face the consequence

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