15th Minnesota Volunteers at Camp McKenzie, Georgia.

15th Minnesota Volunteers at Camp McKenzie, Georgia.

Quarters of the Fifteenth Regiment at Fort McKenzie, c. 1898

15th Minnesota Volunteers at Camp McKenzie.

15th Minnesota Volunteers at Camp McKenzie.

Officers of the Fifteenth Regiment at Fort McKenzie, c. 1898

15th regiment moved from Camp Ramsey on the State Fairgrounds to try and control the spread of typhoid fever.

15th regiment moved from Camp Ramsey on the State Fairgrounds to try and control the spread of typhoid fever.

Temporary dwellings of the Fifteenth Regiment after abandoning the Fairgrounds, c.1898

Detail view of a map made in 185 by Jean-Baptiste Louis Franquelin. Text surrounding Lake Mille Lacs (at center left, labelled here as Lac de Buade) identifies the area as inhabited by the "Issatis," or Santee Dakota. The map provides some of the earliest extant textual evidence of a Dakota community at Lake Mille Lacs.

1600s map marking Lake Mille Lacs (Lac de Buade) as the home of the "Issatis" (Santee Dakota)

Detail view of a copy of a map made in 1688 by Jean-Baptiste Louis Franquelin. Text surrounding Lake Mille Lacs (at center left, labelled here as Lac de Buade) identifies the area as inhabited by the "Issatis," or Santee Dakota. The map provides some of the earliest extant textual evidence of a Dakota community at Lake Mille Lacs. The map is held by the Library of Congress.

Detail view of a map made in 1685 by Jean-Baptiste Louis Franquelin. Lake Mille Lacs (at center left) is labelled as "Lac des Sioux, suggesting that the area was known as a home for Dakota people as early as the seventeenth century.

1600s map with Lake Mille Lacs labelled Lake of the Sioux (Lac des Sioux)

Detail view of a map made in 1685 and 1686 by Jean-Baptiste Louis Franquelin. Lake Mille Lacs (at center left) is labelled as "Lac des Sioux" (Lake of the Sioux), suggesting that the area was known as a home for Dakota people as early as the seventeenth century. The map's original is stored at the Library of Congress.

Contemporary photograph of an 1856 structure in Carver Minnesota

1856 Gables

201 Fourth Street East, Carver, Minnesota

Image depicting the 1876 Chaska brick Wendelin and Julianna Grimm house, showing 1924 Grimm alfalfa marker in foreground, 2004.

1876 Chaska brick Wendelin and Julianna Grimm house, showing 1924 Grimm alfalfa marker in foreground

Image depicting the 1876 Chaska brick Wendelin and Julianna Grimm house, showing 1924 Grimm alfalfa marker in foreground, 2004.

1892 Republican National Convention badge

1892 Republican National Convention badge

1892 Republican National Convention badge that reads, "Information Cheerfully Given."

Photograph of a 1925 Mobile gas station in Carver Minnesota

1925 Mobile Gas Station

200 Broadway, Carver, Minnesota

 President Ronald Reagan listens to Twins manager Tom Kelly at the congratulatory ceremony at the White House.

1987 Team at the White House

President Ronald Reagan listens to Twins manager Tom Kelly at the congratulatory ceremony at the White House.

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