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African Americans in North Dakota
by Thomas Newgard, William Sherman, and John Guerrero tells the story of pioneering African Americans who came to North Dakota as fur traders, steamboat workers, cattlemen, railroad workers, harvest crews, homesteaders, baseball players and working men and women from the earliest days till the mid-20th century.
Price: $24.95
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Learning to Lead
by Sr. Mary Elizabeth Mason, OSB tells the story of the Benedictine Sisters of Annunciation Monastery from 1959 to 2009. Published by the University of Mary Press, Bismarck, North Dakota.
Price: $12.99
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Prairie Peddlers
Prairie Peddlers: The Syrian-Lebanese in North Dakota, by William Sherman, Paul Whitney, and John Guerrero, is a large book that deals with what at first sight seems to be a small number of people. It contains the names of almost 200 individuals, people of Arabic background, Muslim and Christian, who settled on the Northern Plains.
Price: $28.95
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Scattered Steeples
A tribute to century-old life of the Church in the Catholic diocese of Fargo, North Dakota. Edited by Fr. William Sherman, Fr. Leo Stelten, Jerome Lamb, and Jerry Ruff.
Price: $18.95
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Valerian Paczek
by Fr. William Sherman and John Guerrero, tells the story of a priest of the Fargo diocese, solider, and quiet hero of World War II. Fr. Paczek died in 2001, after 40 years of parish work in North Dakota and 15 years of military service. "Few, if any of his parishioners realized he was a colonel in the Polish Army, a chaplain in the British Army, a Ph.D. scholar, and a recipient of some of Poland's highest military honors."
Price: $7.95
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