A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
Sybil Carter with instructors and lace makers at Birch Coulee, c.1896
Sylvanus Lowry, politician and supporter of slavery who fought against Swisshelm in St. Cloud.
T. Thomas Fortune, 1902. Fortune, a former slave, became a well-respected newspaperman and author. Among the reporters he employed was Ida B. Wells-Barnett.
T.B. Sheldon Auditorium, Red Wing, December 5, 1958. Photographer: St. Paul Dispatch and Pioneer Press.
T.B. Sheldon Auditorium, Red Wing, May 1975. Photographer: Charles W. Nelson.
T.B. Sheldon Memorial Auditorium, Red Wing. Postcard, c.1906.
T.B. Walker Art Gallery, 807 Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis, c.1890.
Tablet to Peter M. Gideon, one-half mile north of Highway 7, Shorewood, 1936. Photograph by A.F. Raymond.
Taconite pellets, c.1950.
The large delta created by taconite tailings at Silver Bay (seen here in 1963) led to the closing of the Reserve Mining Company's plant in 1980.
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