A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
Martha George Rogers Ripley, c.1868.
Martin L. Webb, Private, Fourth Minnesota Infantry, Company D.
Martin Layman, one of the founders of Layman’s (later Pioneers and Soldiers) Cemetery, ca. 1875.
Marvelous Minnesota display at Dayton’s, 1955.
Mary Gibbs, commissioner of Itasca State Park and the first woman in the U.S. to hold the position of park commissioner, 1903. Photographer unknown.
Finnish immigrant Mary Harju Paavola, 1925.
Mary L. Griggs, daughter of Theodore and Mary Griggs, 1931. Photographed by Kenneth M. Wright Studios
Mary Livingston Griggs, c.1936. Photographed by Charles H. Wiebmer.
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.
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