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    • Dramatics at St. Bernard's School, St. Paul, Minnesota

    • 1900?
    • Schools in south-central Minnesota (1876-1909). St. Bernard's Grade School had many activities, such as a Drama Club, much like a high school would have. For a period of time the curriculum also included a 2-year commercial school program (Saint...
    • Saint Benedict's Monastery
    • Graduates of St. Joseph's School, Minneapolis, Minnesota

    • 1907
    • Schools in south-central Minnesota (1876-1909). The twenty-three graduates of the year 1906-1907 proudly display their diplomas. While there is no record of the total enrollment for the year 1906-1907, there are records of 14 sisters who lived at...
    • Saint Benedict's Monastery
    • Historic Building purchased for St. Mary's Convent, Stillwater, Minnesota

    • 1907?
    • Schools in south-central Minnesota (1876-1909). By 1850, Stillwater, which owes its existence to the building of Fort Snelling in 1819, became the lumbering capital of the St. Croix River region. This soon brought pioneer settlers to the area. ...
    • Saint Benedict's Monastery
    • Pupils of St. Bonifacius' School, St. Bonifacius, Minnesota

    • 1907?
    • Schools in south-central Minnesota (1876-1909); St. Benedict's Monastery (convent), St. Joseph, Minnesota. Known for its bee-keeping industry, St. Bonifacius became a typical small town German settlement with its own church and school. In 1885,...
    • Saint Benedict's Monastery
    • Sisters and students at St. Boniface School, Hastings, Minnesota

    • 1908
    • Schools in south-central Minnesota (1876-1909). The German community of Hastings, the second oldest settlement in Minnesota, at first had the Sisters of St. Joseph as their teachers. In 1890, four Benedictine sisters from St. Joseph, MN, replaced...
    • Saint Benedict's Monastery
    • Sisters and students of Room #1, St. Mary's School, Stillwater, Minnesota

    • 1902
    • Schools in south-central Minnesota (1876-1909). In 1882, the new German parish in Stillwater, MN, invited Benedictine sisters from St. Joseph, MN, to teach in their school, St. Mary's. Because there was another parochial school, conducted by the...
    • Saint Benedict's Monastery
    • Sisters who started St. Bernard's School, St. Paul, Minnesota

    • 1891
    • Schools in south-central Minnesota (1876-1909). The original group of three Benedictine sisters who opened St. Bernard's School: Sisters Eugenia ONeill (seated), Secunda Hansen (right), Auxilia Kapsner (left). The number of sisters at St. Bernard's...
    • Saint Benedict's Monastery
    • St. Joseph's School, Minneapolis, Minnesota

    • 1882
    • Schools in south-central Minnesota (1876-1909). In 1875, St. Joseph's parish, situated in the heart of Minneapolis, opened a small school for 50 pupils under the care of the Sisters of Charity. The following year, because of an expected increase...
    • Saint Benedict's Monastery
    • Students of Room #5, St. Joseph's School, Minneapolis, Minnesota

    • 1892
    • Schools in south-central Minnesota (1876-1909). Many class groups of students posed on the steps of this church, the pride of St. Joseph's Parish in Minneapolis. The twin steeples of St. Joseph's Church graced the city's landscape for about 100...
    • Saint Benedict's Monastery

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