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The Women of St. Paul presented this patriotic silk flag to the members of the Sixth Minnesota's Company G on October 23, 1862.
Flag of Company G of the Sixth Minnesota Infantry is made of blue silk, with the motto "Union Forever" on the obverse and "Conquor or Die" on reverse. It was presented by women of St. Paul to Company G on October 23, 1862.
Swede Hollow with the Sixth Street Bridge in the background, c.1900.
Graphite drawing of Fort Snelling showing landing road with root cellars beneath it and Dakota Indians in the foreground, c.1856. Drawing by B. C. H.
Skyline from Prospect Park Tower looking over University Avenue to elevator district, Minneapolis, c.1925. Photographer: Charles P. Gibson.
Skyway near Sixth and Marquette, Minneapolis, c.1975.
Skyway in the Baker Building, Minneapolis, 2002.
Skyway leading to the Northstar Center, Minneapolis, 1969.
Skyway over Sixth Street, Minneapolis, 2002.
Slave quarters, Helena, Arkansas, 1864. This photograph was taken while Sixth Minnesota Volunteers were camped in Helena. Photograph by T. W. Bankes.
Made possible by the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund through the vote of Minnesotans on November 4, 2008. Administered by the Minnesota Historical Society.
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