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Kenyon's Farmers State Bank and City Hall, c.1910. Kenyon, in Goodhue County's southwest corner, is located in became a center for Norwegian settlement.
Farmers storm Capitol to demand relief, March 22, 1933. Photograph by the St. Paul Daily News.
Farmers storming the Minnesota State Capitol to demand relief, 1933.
Farmers' Institute at Badger, Minnesota, in Roseau County, June 9, 1904.
Father Anatole Oster (left) with farmers in Clontarf Township, c.1885.
Painting of Father Louis Hennepin at St. Anthony Falls by Douglas Volk, c.1905.
The statue of Father Louis Hennepin at Sixteenth Street and Hennepin Avenue in Minneapolis.
Fayal underground mine, Eveleth, 1915.
Miners inside the Fayal mine in Eveleth, 1915. Photographed by William F. Roleff.
Federal Art Project murals by Lucia Wiley and Elsa Jemne in the Minneapolis Armory, October 15, 1936.
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