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In the 19th century various communities were started.
One of them was called "Hempstead Branch", and finally, "Mineola".
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I go to Pride Dairy to mail gifts of various cheese’s, syrup’s and etc. It is such a delight to be mindful in sharing local treats to special people who have fond recollections of this area! Vickie Todays in forum July 4, 2017 Posting from Vickie Metcalfe (’70 Bottineau, ND Gary and Friends of Dunseith, The local radio shared a public service announcement about an annual event to be held at the International Peace Garden. I remember Debbie Morinville proudly sharing her dad, Joe Morinville was very influential and involved in spear heading this event in the early 1960’s. On another subject–Dick and Brenda just sent me Erling Landsverk’s book. I was born 5 years after Erling, but lived in the same general area and could relate to all that he said.
“The Dunseith Knights of Columbus council, together with Harvey and Rugby councils in North Dakota and the Brandon council in Manitoba, formed the International Peace Garden Field Mass Association and held their first annual Field Mass in 1960. Those were sometimes hard years, but good years also.
Mineola is a village in Nassau County, Long Island, New York, USA. The name is derived from an Algonquin word meaning a "pleasant place".
Most of the Incorporated Village of Mineola is in the Town of North Hempstead, with a small portion of its southern edge within the Town of Hempstead.
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It was in 1858 when this land was named after an Algonquin Indian Chief, Miniolagamika meaning, "Pleasant Village".