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In this cablegram from May 1933, Governor William Langer invited King Haakon VII of Norway to visit the state. Langer reported that:
"I believe that the people and the prairies of North Dakota are worth while meeting and seeing. The growth of the state during a generation's time is in itself a chapter of Norway's glorious saga; and the Norse contributions to progress and independence, worthy of the sons and daughters of Vikings."
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King Haakon VII, Norway
King Haakon VII, William Langer
Langer, William, "Telegram from Governor Langer to King Haakon VII of Norway, 1933" (1933). William Langer Papers. 44.