A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
Black and white print of the Minnesota State Capitol, c.1900, at Tenth and Wabasha Streets in St. Paul. This is where the NAAC business sessions were held.
Minnesota state monument, Vicksburg National Military Park, 1907.
Governor Hubbard with state officers standing on the capitol steps, 1884.
Photograph of the front exterior of the Minnesota State Reform School. Taken by T.W. Ingersoll, c.1875.
Photograph of the grounds of the Minnesota State Reform School. Taken by T.W. Ingersoll, c.1875.
Articles made by inmates of the Minnesota State Reform School. Photographed by T.W. Ingersoll, c.1875.
Tinted photographic postcard on paper depicting Minnesota Street in St. Paul's Central Park, c.1895.
Minnesota Valley Canning Company headquarters, c.1937.
Minnesota Writers Project display booth, Minneapolis Auditorium, 1940.
Map showing three Minnesota–Wisconsin boundaries proposed during the late 1840s. Created by Alan Ominsky and reproduced in Lass, William E., "Minnesota's Separation from Wisconsin," Minnesota History 50 (Winter 1987): 311.
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