The Bulletin, North Dakota State School of Science, Wahpeton, N. D., April, 1918, Vol. XI, No. 1., Annual Catalogue, 1918.
The Convention which framed the constitution for North Dakota located the State School of Science at Wahpeton, and endowed it with 40,000 acres of the Congressional grant of public lands for institutions of higher learning in the new state. The legislative act providing for the new school was approved March 10, 1903, and the institution was opened in the following September. The work of the first two years was carried on in rented rooms, but in June, 1905, the trustees purchased the building and property of the Bed River Valley University.
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