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Ignatius Donnelly house in Nininger c. 1937

Ignatius Donnelly house, Nininger

The Ignatius Donnelly house in Nininger, c.1937. Photograph by Edwards, Everett E.

Black and white photograph of Ignatius Donnelly, 1898.

Ignatius Donnelly, 1898

Ignatius Donnelly, 1898.

Black and white photograph of Ignatius Donnelly, c.1880.

Ignatius Donnelly, c.1880

Ignatius Donnelly, c.1880. Photograph by Charles A. Zimmerman.

Black and white photograph of Ignatius Donnelly, c.1885.

Ignatius Donnelly, c.1885

Ignatius Donnelly, c.1885. Photograph by Charles A. Zimmerman.

Black and white photograph of Ignatius Donnelly c.1898.

Ignatius Donnelly, c.1898

Ignatius Donnelly, c.1898.

Color illustration of New Ulm, c.1860.

Illustration of New Ulm

Illustration of New Ulm, c.1860.

Black and white photograph  of a brick manufactured at the Imdieke brick yard between 1883 and 1915 in Meire Grove.

Imdieke brick

Photograph of a brick manufactured at the Imdieke brick yard between 1883 and 1915 in Meire Grove.

Black and white photograph of the brickyard run by Herman and Joseph Imdieke c.1890.

Imdieke Brickyard

Photograph of the brickyard run by Herman and Joseph Imdieke, c.1890. From the Fred W. Peterson archival collection, Stearns History Museum, St. Cloud.

Black and white photograph of an Indian Congregation, Sawyer, Fond du Lac Reservation, 1909–1912.

Indian Congregation, Sawyer, Fond du Lac Reservation

Indian Congregation, Sawyer, Fond du Lac Reservation, 1909–1912.

American Indian delegation in Washington, D.C.; Bagone-giizhig is standing on the balcony, to right of second pillar from the left

Indian delegation in Washington, D.C.

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.

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