The visit of the Romanian Queen in the United States has much feeling at the time and long after its close, has aroused public interest. The meeting with dances and songs, speeches and exchange of gifts took place on November 1, 1926, in North Dakota Mandan village, not far from the city of Bismarck, the state capital. There, the royal guests were greeted by a group of Sioux Indians. Major AB Welch served by the translator of the speeches delivered and related dialogue between natives and visitors.
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