English language learners increasing in Dickinson schools
As people flock to North Dakota to take part in one of the biggest oil booms in U.S. history, regional traditions from across the country are making their way to the small prairie town founded by the railroad and built by the hands of European immigrants and their descendants.
A century ago, the English language was secondary to many of those immigrants.
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