Estou passando aqui pra me desculpar pelo blog está parado nessas ultimas semanas, mas é que além de eu está sem internet estou preparando varias coisas novas para melhoria do blog! 211 more words
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In Mitchell I visited the Corn Palace, a monument to an ideal.
I thought it was going to be a museum dedicated to corn, or an all-corn-recipe restaurant, or maybe a whole building made out of corn… But here are some of the views that greet you when you step inside. 176 more words
The governor of North Dakota just announced that a $4 billion dollar cracker plant will be built in North Dakota by Badlands NGL’s, LLC. With all the gas buying burned off in the Bakken, it made sense that someone would eventually make an investment to capture all that Nat Gas. 64 more words
McCracken’s 260 page 1982 Occasional Paper on Stephan G. Stephansson, published by Alberta Culture, is excellent. She concentrates her research on Stephanasson’s origins in Iceland, the emigration to Wisconsin, the resettlement in Pembina County of Dakota Territory, Stephansson’s atheism, approach to farming, and work as its own reward, acculturation and assimilation of the Icelanders, his world view, his work as a poet, and his place of repute in Icelandic literature. 81 more words