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St. Louis Collection of American Indian Cultural Material - October 20th, 2015
Recently published online is a large donation from an anonymous donor from St. Louis, Missouri. The collection consists of American Indian cultural material from Minnesota and local regions. Encomp...
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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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Restoration of the Minnesota State Capitol - May 15th, 2015
We, as the Collections Department, clearly love the Collections that tell the story of Minnesota and its people. But we also love field trips, especially those to historic sites. Many of us happen t...
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Bresnahan Teapot - December 1st, 2015
A flat Tanegashima teapot (A) with lid (B) and silicon dioxide stone feet and lid handle made by Minnesota artist Richard Bresnahan in 1989. Handle made by Minnesota artist Paul Krueger.
- Civil War Daybook - view all
Progress on the World War I Daybook! - September 11th, 2015
Hello everyone! My name is Mary Lesher. I’m a senior History major at Vassar College and I was this summer’s World War I Daybook Research Assistant Intern. I followed up on some of the great res...
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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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