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New Website on Ojibwe Material Culture - February 17th, 2016
A new addition to the Explore section of the website is a single theme page dedicated to the material culture of the Ojibwe people that are currently in the Minnesota Historical Society’s holdings...
- Podcasts and Slideshows - view all
USS Minnesota in the Civil War and Beyond - March 26th, 2015
Any idea how many ships have borne the name USS Minnesota? Learn about the ship, its role in the Civil War, and where you can see ship artifacts from the Minnesota Historical Society's collections.
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History Hounds! - March 23rd, 2016
Today, March 23, is National Puppy Day! With this is mind, I wanted to take a moment to share some of the fantastic dogs photographs collected by the Minnesota Historical Society.
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Lacrosse Stick - May 31st, 2016
One of two lacrosse sticks used by John Brown Stark, which were the first sticks used in Saint Paul. Lacrosse is a game of ball that originated among the North American Indians and is played with a ...
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World War I Daybook Update! - January 19th, 2016
Hello! My name is Lisa Matson and I have been working as the World War I Daybook Research Assistant Intern this fall. I graduated in May from St. Olaf College with a History major and a Women’s and ...
- 150 Best Minnesota Books - view all
Minnesota Antiquarian Bookfair This Weekend! - June 20th, 2014
The Minnesota Antiquarian Book Fair will be held on June 27 - 28, 2014 in the Progress Center at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds (see map at bottom of this post). Over fifty exhibitors from across t...
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