George Bonga

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As one of the first African Americans in Minnesota as well as one of the most prominent fur traders in Minnesota's early history, George Bonga should also be considered. It would be really cool if we had a voyaguers feature or an 'Early Minnesota' feature where we could put people like La Salle and Bonga.
~Liz Lee


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