Division of Southside Minneapolis by 35W

Map of the division of Southside Minneapolis by I-35W

Map created by A Public History of 35W showing the boundaries of the Old Southside of Minneapolis as defined by Dr. Ernest Lloyd in “How Routing an Interstate Highway through South Minneapolis Disrupted an African-American Neighborhood,” PhD dissertation, Hamline University, 2013.

 Sons of Italy Fourth of July float, Hibbing, 1930.

Sons of Italy Fourth of July float

Sons of Italy Fourth of July float, Hibbing, 1930.

Mining townsite one mile east of Biwabik (St. Louis County), 1892.

Mining townsite near Biwabik

Mining townsite one mile east of Biwabik (St. Louis County), 1892.

Participants in a Kiddies Parade, an annual event held during the summer in New Ulm, Minnesota. The children and parents make all of their own costumes and floats.

Participants in a Kiddies Parade ca. 1975

Participants in a Kiddies Parade, an annual event held during the summer in New Ulm, Minnesota. The children and parents make all of their own costumes and floats.

Osmund Osmundson grave marker, Valley Grove. Photo taken in 2019.

Osmund Osmundson grave marker

Osmund Osmundson grave marker, Valley Grove. Photo taken in 2019.

Osmund Osmundson, ca. 1910

Osmund Osmundson

Osmund Osmundson, ca. 1910

Veblen home, Nerstrand, Minnesota, ca. 1890.

Veblen family home

Veblen home, Nerstrand, Minnesota, ca. 1890.

Veblen barn, Nerstrand, Minnesota, ca. 1890.

Barn at Veblen Farmstead

Veblen barn, Nerstrand, Minnesota, ca. 1890.

Thomas and Kari Veblen, Nerstrand, Minnesota, ca. 1870.

Thomas and Kari Veblen

Thomas and Kari Veblen, Nerstrand, Minnesota, ca. 1870.

The abandoned Whitesocks School near Rochelle, Georgia, ca. 1970s. Black students were segregated from white ones in the 1920s, when Oscar Howard attended. From the Oscar C. Howard papers (P1842), Manuscripts Collection, Minnesota Historical Society.

Whitesocks School

The abandoned Whitesocks School near Rochelle, Georgia, ca. 1970s. Black students were segregated from white ones in the 1920s, when Oscar Howard attended. From the Oscar C. Howard papers (P1842), Manuscripts Collection, Minnesota Historical Society.

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