A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
Falls of St. Anthony, c.1865. Photograph by Joel Emmons Whitney. Water power provided the energy for the saw and flour mills that put Minneapolis on the map.
Black and white photograph of St. Anthony Falls taken c.1860.
Family of Frederick Spangenberg Sr., c.1900.
Pure wool blanket manufactured by Faribault Woolen Mill Company, 1992.
Faribo brand wool blanket in its original box, woven by Faribault Woolen Mills, 1970.
Farm buildings at the State School, 1905.
Photograph of a parade float decorated with produce. The float was used in a Farm Bureau picnic parade to promote farming in St. Louis County, c. 1930.
Farmer's Holiday Association poster featuring a photograph of Grant County farmers marching to the State Capitol, c.1935.
Farmers Cooperative Creamery, Milaca, c.1910. Photograph by Palmquist Studio. The challenges of the market caused Minnesota farmers to organize cooperatives both to sell their products and buy their supplies.
Farmers Holiday Association conference, State Office Building, St. Paul. January 1938. Photograph by Brown & Fenny.
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