A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
Black-and-white photograph of a Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) encampment taken by Whitney's Gallery, c.1865.
Black and white photograph of a Ho-Chunk woman sitting outside a shelter. Taken by Benjamin Franklin Upton in 1858.
Workers hoe sugar beets in a field in Carver County. Date and photographer unknown.
Holden Church, Kenyon, August 5, 1891. Photographer: Ole G. Felland.
Portrait of Hole-in-the-Day with turban, feathers, and blanket, 1862–1868.
Holman Field Administration Building, c.1940.
Home for the Friendless on St. Paul’s Railroad Island, c.1933. Clarence Johnston designed this building in 1883. The site is now Eileen Weida Park.
Home Guardsmen on duty during the strike of Twin City Rapid Transit Company employees, University Avenue, St. Paul, December 1917. Photographed by the St. Paul Dispatch.
Home Guardsmen on duty outside the St. Paul Public Library during the Street Railway union rally in Rice Park, December 2, 1917.
The home of Swan Turnblad and his family (2600 Park Avenue, Minneapolis), ca. 1907.
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