A.M. Tofthagen Library - Museum

Amun Tofthagen, who was born in Hundorp, Norway, in 1888, donated $5,000.00 in 1926 to build a library. He also turned over his collection of books, paintings and art objects from his world travels.
This small and unique library was officially entered in the National Register of Historic Places on September 26, 1991, in recognition of its contribution to the cultural heritage of North Dakota.
The library is a repository of memorabilia such as a peace pipe Mr. Tofthagen smoked with Sitting Bull in 1889; an invitation of the first graduating class of Lakota High School in 1904; comprehensive Lakota Centennial Scrapbooks from 1983 and many more historical artifacts relating to the history of the community.