Fargo’s Most Notable Madam

  1. Connie Nelson Reply
    Thanks for sharing. Well done. I learned something new, too!
  2. Mike Hennessy Reply
    Being from Grand Forks and looking up history for thr Red River Valley I found this very interesting. I find it especially interesting that the madam was African American. I never considered the fact that even up north that an African American could run a buisness...Legal or illegal.....A very interesting clip
  3. Maryann Reply
    My grandmother ran a boarding and or other for a white woman, this was because my grandmother could cook, alms she didn’t play with people, she was about it. She could handle her person. She used the money she made from cooking and what ever else she did, too send my Mother, Auntie and Uncle shoes and clothing. My grandmother went to Minot North Dakota to find her father who grew up in the North Dakota Orphanage. My Grandfathers, father had his land taken away because he married a Black Jew. How do I follow up on this information? Maryann Robinson mrobinson3000@gmail.com

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