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Photograph of the brickyard run by Herman and Joseph Imdieke, c.1890. From the Fred W. Peterson archival collection, Stearns History Museum, St. Cloud.
Inauguration ceremonies for Northwest Airlines' first flight over the "Great Circle" to the Orient, 1947.
Indian Congregation, Sawyer, Fond du Lac Reservation, 1909–1912.
Photograph of an American Indian delegation to Washington, D.C., c.1868. Bagone-giizhig (Hole-in-the-Day the younger) is standing on the balcony to the right of the second pillar from the left.
Map of the lands within Minnesota Territory ceded by American Indians by 1858. Reproduced in Making Minnesota Territory, 1849–1858 (St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society Press, 1999), page 7.
Map of Indian Land Cessions and Reservations to 1858.
American Indians loading logs at Ponemah Point, Red Lake Reservation, c.1940.
Headline from the Organized Farmer, July 8, 1932.
Glass inkwell with lid belonging to Knute Nelson, c.1890.
Insulated canister used to keep food warm in airline meal service. The canister, which contains eight plastic bowls, was used by Northwest Airlines, c.1950s.
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