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Detail view of a map reproduced in Alfred Andreas's An Illustrated Historical Atlas of the State of Minnesota. Chicago: A.T. Andreas, 1874. The map shows the location of the Belle Prairie Mission relative to Fort Ripley and Little Falls.
Map of the Red Lake Reservation in 1911, showing the 1907 mill site on Lower Red Lake. Creator: Albert Henderson, Office of Indian Affairs. Publisher: Department of the Interior.
Map of the Split Rock Lighthouse historic site c.2010.
Lawrence Taliaferro’s hand-drawn map of Fort Snelling and vicinity, 1835.
Map of the Harrington-Merrill House site, 2011.
Map showing the size and location of the Northwest Angle relative to surrounding bodies of water and political divisions, including those demarcating Manitoba, Ontario, and Minnesota.
Map of the Northwest Angle and Lake of the Woods. The map is reproduced in Minnesota’s Boundary with Canada by William E. Lass (St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society Press, 1980), 46.
Detailed hydrographic chart of the source of the Mississippi River (Lake Itasca) and surrounding area completed by Jacob Brower in 1891.
Map showing the impact area of the St. Peter Tornado.
The Marcell Ranger Station, c.1994.
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