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Recent Acquisitions Show at the James J. Hill House - April 26th, 2013
Our mission at the Minnesota Historical Society is straightforward—to preserve, share, and connect our history with Minnesotans and others both today and into the future. The organization does tha...
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Minnesota Stories: St. Paul's Fitzgerald - May 9th, 2013
The Great Gatsby, now a new major motion picture, was written by a man with Minnesota roots. Discover St. Paul's F. Scott Fitzgerald and stories you may not have heard.
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Treasure in the Minnesota State Archives - April 16th, 2013
In April 2011 a Library patron found an 1862 dollar bill in a Winona County District Court civil case file. The case file itself is routine, so the real treasure is the dollar bill. The well w...
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Faribault family portrait - May 21st, 2013
Ambrotype of the family of Jean Baptiste Faribault taken on the occasion of the wedding of his son, George Faribault, to Euphrasine St. Antoine circa 1850. Present are, clockwise from top left: Al...
- Civil War Daybook - view all
"News Items," "The Minnesota Sharpshooters in Berdan's Regiment of Sharpshooters," and "The Execution of Spies on Johnson's Island," St. Paul Daily Press - May 21, 1863 - May 21st, 2013
- 150 Best Minnesota Books - view all
Guest blogger - featuring food! - August 17th, 2012
The thought provoking 150 Best Minnesota Books Blog often makes me, a cookbook collector, think about what I’d chose as the best Minnesota cookbooks of the last 150 years. Thousands of cookbooks...
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