Black and white photograph of the ground level view of the Hennepin Bridge, c.1868.

First Suspension Bridge, Minneapolis

Ground level view of the Hennepin Bridge, c.1868.

Black and white photo negative of the Hennepin Avenue Bridge, c.1868.

Hennepin Avenue Bridge span

Black and white photo negative of the Hennepin Avenue Bridge, c.1868.

Black and white photograph of the Hennepin Suspension Bridge, c.1865.

Suspension Bridge, Minneapolis

The Hennepin Suspension Bridge, c.1865.

Suspension Bridge, Minneapolis

Two single horse carriages in front of the Hennepin Bridge, c.1865.

Black and white photograph of the Hennepin Avenue Bridge looking toward Nicollet Island, c.1865.

View of the Hennepin Avenue Bridge looking toward Nicollet Island

Black and white photograph of the Hennepin Avenue Bridge looking toward Nicollet Island, c.1865.

Black and white, daguerreotype-style photograph of the Hennepin Avenue Bridge, c.1857.

Hennepin Avenue Bridge

Black and white, daguerreotype-style photograph of the Hennepin Avenue Bridge, c.1857.

Black and white photograph taken from the St. James Hotel in 1857. The Hennepin Avenue Bridge appears in the background.

View of Minneapolis from 2nd Avenue South Looking Toward Bridge Square

Black and white photograph taken from the St. James Hotel in 1857. The Hennepin Avenue Bridge appears in the background.

Black and white photograph of the Hennepin Bridge from Nicollet Island, c.1868.

First Suspension Bridge in Minneapolis

View of the Hennepin Bridge from Nicollet Island, c.1868.

Father Louis Hennepin Suspension Bridge

The Father Louis Hennepin Bridge was built in 1855 to take advantage of the transport possibilities provided by the Mississippi River above St. Anthony Falls. It was the first bridge built to span the Mississippi river, and made crossing its length above the Falls much easier. The rushing rapids helped to create industry on the river and spurred a population boom that made Minneapolis the most populated city in Minnesota.

Lodge Boleslav Jablonsky No. 219, Roseau County

Lodge Boleslav Jablonsky No. 219, c.2002.

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