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Get Your Free Passport to History

12 Jun

A third edition of the award- winning Passport to North Dakota History (a traveler’s guide to historic sites) has been repulished for this summer’s tourist season, thanks to Tesoro! The theme for this year’s passport is the Power of the Past- the Journey Begins Here. This edition features locations of more than 20 energy facilities across the state, that details guided tours and facility facts and figures.

“The Passport to North Dakota History guide is a great way to showcase North Dakota’s rich heritage and historic attractions for residents and visitors alike, as well as to chronicle the state’s legendary jouney into the past” Jack Dalrymple, Lieutenant Governor

It’s Free and available at Tesoro stations and through the State Historical Societyof ND (SHSND)!

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One response to “Get Your Free Passport to History

  1. George Martin

    September 30, 2010 at 3:36 pm

    So I found out the hard way that if you are traveling outside the United States you MUST have a valid U.S. Passport no matter where you are traveling to, including Mexico and Canada.

    You can skip the huge hassel and waiting of going through the government and not knowing exactly if or when you will get your passport.

    Using a passport expediting service will save you tons of time and headaches!

    Trust me, last time I was traveling to China for business I did not realize my passport was expired and needed renewed. Luckily I came across Fastport Passport and they helped me get my passport the same day.

     

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