Black and white photograph of National Guardsmen patrolling Plymouth Avenue in North Minneapolis, July 1967.

National Guardsmen on Plymouth Avenue

National Guardsmen patrol Plymouth Avenue in North Minneapolis, July 1967.

Black and white photograph of National Guardsmen patrolling Plymouth Avenue in North Minneapolis, July 1967.

Civilians and National Guardsmen on Plymouth Avenue

Civilians and National Guardsmen on Plymouth Avenue in North Minneapolis, July 1967.

Black and white photograph of boarded-up storefronts on Plymouth Avenue in North Minneapolis, July 1967. Photographed by Twiggs.

Storefronts boarded up on Plymouth Avenue

Boarded-up storefronts on Plymouth Avenue in North Minneapolis, July 1967. Photographed by Twiggs.

Black and white photograph of boarded-up storefronts on Plymouth Avenue in North Minneapolis, July 1967. Photographed by Twiggs.

Boarded-up storefronts on Plymouth Avenue

Boarded-up storefronts on Plymouth Avenue in North Minneapolis, July 1967. Photographed by Twiggs.

Black and white photograph of the aftermath of civil unrest in North Minneapolis, July 1967. Photographed by Twiggs.

Aftermath of civil unrest in North Minneapolis

Aftermath of civil unrest in North Minneapolis, July 1967. Photographed by Twiggs.

Civil Unrest on Plymouth Avenue, Minneapolis, 1967

On the night of July 19, 1967, racial tension in North Minneapolis erupted along Plymouth Avenue in a series of acts of arson, assaults, and vandalism. The violence, which lasted for three nights, is often linked with other race-related demonstrations in cities across the nation during 1967’s “long hot summer.”

Black and white photograph of Wahpeton Dakota leader Mazamani II, c.1855.

Mazamani II (Walking Iron)

Wahpeton Dakota leader Mazamani II (Walking Iron), c.1855.

Black and white photograph of Dakota Leader Wakanozhanzhan (Medicine Bottle) at Fort Snelling, 1864.

Dakota Leader Wakanozhanzhan (Medicine Bottle) at Fort Snelling

Dakota Leader Wakanozhanzhan (Medicine Bottle) at Fort Snelling, 1864.

Black and white photograph of Dakota leader Sakpedan (Little Six, “Shakopee III”) at Fort Snelling, 1864.

Dakota leader Sakpedan (Little Six, “Shakopee III”) at Fort Snelling

Dakota leader Sakpedan (Little Six, “Shakopee III”) at Fort Snelling, 1864.

Black and white photograph of Fort Snelling, c.1865.

Fort Snelling

Fort Snelling, c.1865.

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