Ida B. Wells-Barnett, undated. Wells-Barnett was born a slave in Mississippi. She made her fame as a journalist in Memphis, where she began a long career of reporting on lynchings in the South and elsewhere.
Ignatius Donnelly, 1888. Photographer: Sarony. Donnelly managed membership recruitment for the Farmers' Alliance starting in 1889
Carte-de-visite photograph taken of the "sage of Nininger" (Ignatius Donnelly) c.1860.
The Ignatius Donnelly house in Nininger c.1937.
Image depicting the 1876 Chaska brick Wendelin and Julianna Grimm house, showing 1924 Grimm alfalfa marker in foreground, 2004.
Photograph of a brick manufactured at the Imdieke brick yard between 1883 and 1915 in Meire Grove.
Photograph of the brickyard run by Herman and Joseph Imdieke c.1890. From the Fred W. Peterson archival collection, Stearns History Museum, St. Cloud.
Photograph of Indian delegation to Washington, D.C., ca. 1868. Hole in the Day is standing on the balcony, to right of second pillar from the left
Map of Indian Land Cessions and Reservations to 1858, including the lands ceded by the Dakota in 1851.
American Indians loading logs at Ponemah Point, Red Lake Reservation, c.1940.
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