Office of Faribault Woolen Mills, founder Carl H. Klemer standing to right of bicycle, 1897.
Watercolor on paper of the office of the St. Paul Pioneer and Democrat newspaper as the building appeared in 1858.
Officers of the First Minnesota Volunteers standing in front of the commandant's house at Fort Snelling, May, 1861.
Captain Mark Downie (seated) and officers of Compnay B, First Minnesota Volunteers at Camp Stone near Edwards Ferry, Virginia, March 16, 1862. Photograph by Matthew B. Brady.
Ogden Gunderson reading The Farmer, c.1922.
Loom-woven beadwork belt, reportedly owned by Hole-in-the-Day.
Red wool sash appliqued with flower pattern, reportedly owned by Hole-in-the-Day.
Black-and-white photograph of an Ojibwe birch bark canoe and two paddlers c.1910.
Ojibwe people standing by a bull rush wigwam, c.1910.
Ojibwe men, possibly at 1857 or 1862 treaty signing in Washington, DC. Photographer: Matthew B. Brady. To make way for the farm, the land first needed to be alienated from native peoples. Treaty negotiations started this process.
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