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Ann Bilansky was the only woman executed by the action of Minnesota courts. She died in 1860, but doubts about her guilt remain alive.
Black and white print of the Minnesota State Capitol, c.1900, at Tenth and Wabasha Streets in St. Paul. This is where the NAAC business sessions were held.
Lewis Harrington, c.1866.
Willis A. Gorman, c.1861.
Minnesota Senate with Alexander Ramsey and Henry H. Sibley, 1859.
Thomas J. Galbraith, c.1885.
Portrait of St. Andre Durand Balcombe, c.1858.
Portrait of Henry Sibley, c.1860.
View of St. Paul including the Capitol building, 1857.
First Minnesota State Capitol, 1853–1872.
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