"Grangers versus Grasshoppers, or the irrepressible conflict," carte-de-visite, c.1880.
Grant County farmers among the marchers to the State Capitol, 1935. Photographer: George E. Luxton. Minnesota farm families practiced active citizenship and made demands on the government to honor their labor and protect their farms.
Grant County Farmer's Holiday Association among the marchers to the State Capitol, 1935. Photograph by George E. Luxton.
This 1888 engraving depicts the 1873–1877 grasshopper plague in Minnesota and a method of capturing the young grasshoppers.
Gratia Countryman at desk in Minneapolis Public Library, c.1945.
Gratia Countryman, head librarian in Minneapolis, 1928. Photograph by George E. Luxton.
Gratia Countryman, Minneapolis, 1917. Photograph by Lee Brothers.
Gratia Countryman, c.1886.
Gratia Countryman at city-wide testimonial dinner in her honor, Minneapolis, December 11, 1936.
Gratia Countryman, librarian, in library stacks, c.1910.
Made possible by the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund through the vote of Minnesotans on November 4, 2008. Administered by the Minnesota Historical Society.
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