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Mary Mehegan Hill speaking at a St. Paul event marking the fiftieth anniversary of the First Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment’s departure for Civil War duty, 1911. Hill presented a duplicate of an old Regimental flag to the group.
Mary Mehegan Hill and James J. Hill, 1915.
Mary Mehegan Hill, as a bride, 1867.
Mary Mehegan Hill, Grace Upham, and several of their children at the Uphams’ Lowertown St. Paul home, c.1883.
Mary T. Hill, c.1864–1867.
Mary T. Hill with her daughters, c.1900.
Mary Mehegan Hill, c.1910.
Winona Masonic Temple, 1910.
Mass grave at Moose Lake after the fire, 1918.
The Masters Hotel in Burr Oak, Iowa. Photographed on December 6, 2009 by Wikimedia Commons user Jonathunder.
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