First National Bank draws on past, looks to future
The fledgling city of Bemidji was one year old in 1897 when Andrew Warfield started the Bank of Bemidji with the first five customers depositing a total of $910 in checking accounts.
Two years later, F.P. Sheldon chartered it nationally as First National Bank.
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