- William George,1818–81, U.S. businessman: pioneered in express shipping and banking.
- a city in SE North Dakota.
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Fargo is the only city in the State that manufactures other than agricultural products.
In the 30 years between 1900 and 1930 Fargo tripled its population.
After a disastrous fire in 1874 it was rebuilt by Fargo business men at a cost of $45,000.
Now State help is also received by the fair associations at Fargo and Minot.
- William. 1818–81, US businessman: founded (1852) with Henry Wells the express mail service Wells, Fargo and Company
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