G.A.R. sack coat

G.A.R. sack coat

G.A.R. sack coat worn by an unidentified veteran of the First Minnesota Regiment.

Black and white photograph of G.O. Miller store in Vasa.

G.O. Miller store in Vasa

G.O. Miller's first store in Vasa, the Swedish colony founded in 1853, is the building to the left. Immigrants from Sweden made Vasa the center of their Goodhue County colony. The community retains its Swedish heritage to the present day.

Contemporary photograph of an 1856 structure in Carver Minnesota

Gables

Gables at 201 Fourth Street East, Carver, Minnesota. Built in 1856.

Black and white newspaper image of Gale Pillsbury Hilyer, c.1919.

Gale Pillsbury Hilyer

Gale Pillsbury Hilyer, ca.1919. Hilyer was captain of Company C of the Sixteenth Battalion, Minnesota Home Guard and a founding member of the Minneapolis NAACP. Image is from the Minneapolis National Advocate, March 15, 1919.

Black and white photograph of the garden of the Bradstreet House, 327 South Seventh Street, Minneapolis, ca. 1918.

Garden of the Bradstreet House

The garden of the Bradstreet House, 327 South Seventh Street, Minneapolis, ca. 1918.

Color image of a Garden-in-a-box, 2016.

Garden-in-a-box

Garden-in-a-Box, 2016.

Black and white photograph of students in a gardening class tend a field in Pipestone County, c.1918.

Gardening class in Pipestone County

Students in a gardening class tend a field in Pipestone County, c.1918.

Minnesota State Horticultural Society, Gardening Help Brochure, 1979.

Gardening help brochure

Minnesota State Horticultural Society, gardening help brochure, 1979.

Black and white photograph of Gateway Days in Worthington, Minnesota and a turkey parade, 1952. Photograph by Minneapolis Star and Tribune Company.

Gateway Days in Worthington

Gateway Days in Worthington, Minnesota and a turkey parade, 1952. Photograph by Minneapolis Star and Tribune.

Color image of American Indian women gathering rice, 1849–1855. Drawing by Seth Eastman.

Gathering wild rice

American Indian women gathering rice, 1849–1855. Drawing by Seth Eastman.This was an early version of one of Eastman’s paintings for the House Committee on Indian Affairs.

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