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5 Fun Facts About June 7 In North Dakota History

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1. June 7, 1910 - Elvina Eve Hart, a teacher in Fargo, became the first African American to graduate from what is now North Dakota State University.

2. June 7, 1939 - The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) camp at Fort Seward near Jamestown closed, marking the end of the New Deal program that provided young men with work and education during the Great Depression.

3. June 7, 1944 - Two B-17 bomber planes crashed in Minot, injuring six crew members and killing four. The incident highlighted the importance of safety regulations and sparked improvements in aviation technology.

4. June 7, 1954 - The U.S. Air Force officially established the Minot Air Force Base, which played a significant role in the Cold War as a strategic nuclear deterrent.

5. June 7, 2011 - The Souris River in Minot reached a record-breaking flood stage, resulting in the evacuation of thousands of residents and causing widespread damage to homes and businesses. The event led to a major community response to rebuild and strengthen the area's flood defenses.
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