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    • Dieter's Meat Market in Blue Earth, Minnesota

    • 1900?
    • Shop scene with Fred Neiler Sr. and William Dieter (butchers). The meat market was located on Main Street three doors south of 6th on the east side.
    • Faribault County Historical Society
    • Letter from Jacob Dieter to his wife and children from Andersonville, Georgie

    • 1864-06-22
    • Jacob Dieter wrote this letter from prison camp in Andersonville, Georgia. Sixteen men from his company were captured on June eleventh. He is concerned because he won't get paid while he is a prisoner and he doesn't know how his family will fare. ...
    • Olmsted County Historical Society
    • Letter from Jacob Dieter to his wife and children from Independence, Missouri

    • 1864-05-15
    • Jacob Dieter wrote this letter from Independence, Missouri. His health is still good. He has newspapers from Saint Louis giving accounts of General Grant driving Lee towards Richmond. Jacob thinks the war will soon be over. He plans to buy Mary...
    • Olmsted County Historical Society
    • Letter from Jacob Dieter to his wife and children from Osage City, Kansas

    • 1864-01-21
    • Jacob Dieter wrote this letter from Osage City, Kansas. He is well and hopes they are all doing fine. He has already sent ten dollars home this month and expects to send another three dollars as soon as he gets paid. He earned one dollar...
    • Olmsted County Historical Society
    • Letter from Jacob Dieter to his wife and children from Osage City, Kansas

    • 1864-01-17
    • Jacob Dieter wrote this letter from Osage City, Kansas. He is doing well and expects to earn some more money if they stay in the same place. It is warmer and the snow is almost all gone. The rings that he sent home cost one dollar and fifteen...
    • Olmsted County Historical Society
    • Letter from Jacob Dieter to his wife and children from Osage City, Kansas

    • 1864-01-10
    • Jacob Dieter wrote this letter from Osage City, Kansas. He had two boils on his face. Mail has been slo9w coming from home but he believes that it is due to the heavy snows in Illinois and Wisconsin. New Years day it was twenty-two degrees below...
    • Olmsted County Historical Society
    • Letter from Jacob Dieter to his wife and children from Warrensburg, Missouri

    • 1864-03-06
    • Jacob Dieter wrote this letter from Warrensburg, Missouri. He has earned twenty-eight dollars working out, but does not know if he will get more work. He tells Martha that Parks Penharlow is in the hospital, so the rumors that she had heard that...
    • Olmsted County Historical Society
    • Letter from Varnum Hadley to Martha Dieter

    • 1864-06-15
    • Varnum Hadley wrote this letter to inform Martha Dieter of the fate of her husband. Jacob Dieter was last seen about twenty miles from the railroad. A list of all the wounded and missing from Company F is included.
    • Olmsted County Historical Society
    • Letter from William Dieter to his son Jacob, Olmsted County, Minnesota

    • 1864-03-03
    • William Dieter wrote this letter from Olmsted County. He asks about Jacob's health and tells Jacob that his family is doing fine. The weather has been cold but is starting to warm up. Farmington and Zumbro voted a hundred dollars bounty. Martan...
    • Olmsted County Historical Society
    • Letter from William Dieter to his son Jacob, Olmsted County, Minnesota

    • 1864-03-03
    • William Dieter wrote this letter from Olmsted County. He asks about Jacob's health and tells Jacob that his family is doing fine. The weather has been cold but is starting to warm up. Farmington and Zumbro voted a hundred dollars bounty. Martan...
    • Olmsted County Historical Society
    • Martha Dieter's "A Pioneer Mother," Olmsted County, Minnesota

    • 1920 - 1936
    • Martha Dieter describes her childhood including her family's experiences at Fort Ridgley during the Civil War, the Indian Wars, pioneer medicine, her fathers imprisonment at Andersonville Prison during the Civil Was, being vaccinated for small pox,...
    • Olmsted County Historical Society
    • Martha Dieter's "Memories of My Childhood," Olmsted County, Minnesota

    • 1927-01-10
    • Martha Dieter describes her childhood including her family's experiences at Fort Ridgley, her fathers imprisonment at Andersonville Prison during the Civil War, being vaccinated for small pox and moving to Rochester.
    • Olmsted County Historical Society
    • Minnesota Highways, April 1975

    • 1975-04
    • This issue covers an increase in tourist inquiries at Interstate travel information centers, bituminous and concrete paving projects, and federal aid for highway construction. Minnesota Highways was the official employee newsletter of the Minnesota...
    • Minnesota Department of Transportation, Mn/DOT Library
    • Minnesota Highways, April 1973

    • 1973-04
    • This issue covers an anthropological film study of Vietnam, the role of district methods engineers, and the department's need for land surveyors. Minnesota Highways was the official employee newsletter of the Minnesota Department of Highways...
    • Minnesota Department of Transportation, Mn/DOT Library
    • Letter from Jennie Allen to Aunt, from Omro, Wisconsin

    • 1864
    • Jennie Allen writes this letter from Omro, Wisconsin. She has been writing to a young man in the army. Her father was quite sick, but is doing much better. She inquires how her aunt is doing and how she is getting along with her family during...
    • Olmsted County Historical Society
    • The Jaysee Echo (Rochester, Minnesota), Volume 21, Number 7

    • 1954-01-15
    • The Jaysee Echo is a bi-weekly newspaper published by the students of Rochester Junior College. It includes summaries of school activities (sports, clubs, classes, etc), articles on a variety of subjects, social events, and other topics of interest...
    • Rochester Community and Technical College
    • Hold That Line, November, 26 1979, Pope County, Minnesota

    • 1979-11-26
    • The November 26, 1979, issue of Hold That Line reports on financial costs of "protest vandalism" according to UPA/CPA, and was mailed with an insert issue of Twin Cities Northern Sun News. No specific names were mentioned in this issue. Hold That...
    • Pope County Historical Society
    • Junior College Catalog, Announcements 1935-1936, Rochester, Minnesota

    • 1936
    • A bulletin describing the course of study at Rochester Junior College for 1935-1936. Rochester Junior College changed its name and scope of discipline several times: University Department of Sourthern University (1915), Rochester Junior College...
    • Rochester Community and Technical College
    • Jaysee Echo Graduate Number, 1937, Rochester, Minnesota

    • 1937
    • A college catalog listing roll of students, societies, organizations, class notes, musings, calendar, descriptions of departments, summary of students, and lists of faculty and trustees.
    • Rochester Community and Technical College
    • Blue Earth Volunteer Fire Department Minutes Book

    • 1890 - 1906
    • The original minutes book including by-laws and attendance records for the volunteer fire department in Blue Earth. Dec. 12, 1890 through Dec. 4, 1906.
    • Faribault County Historical Society
    • Standard Atlas of Olmsted County Minnesota

    • 1896
    • A Plat Book of the villages, cities and townships of the county, Map of the State, United States and World, Farmers Directory, Reference Business Directory and Departments devoted to general information. Analysis of the System of US Land Surveys,...
    • Olmsted County Historical Society
    • Plat Book of Renville County, Minnesota, 1900

    • 1900
    • Plat Book of Renville County, Minnesota,1900. Title page names Northwest Publishing Company and states the information was compiled from county records and actual surveys. The book includes 49 pages of color maps of all 27 townships and 9 cities...
    • Renville County Historical Society
    • Portrait of Jacob Dieter, Olmsted County, Minnesota

    • 1862 - 1864
    • Jacob Dieter is photographed in his Civil War uniform. He enlisted in 1862 and served in company F of the Ninth Minnesota Regiment. His family accompanied him to Fort Ridgely, Minnesota and returned home when his unit was sent to another...
    • Olmsted County Historical Society
    • Portrait of Martha Dieter, Rochester, Minnesota

    • 1878 - 1904
    • Martha Muir (Dieter) was born in Glasgow, Scotland on August 16, 1824. When she was about eighteen years old, she immigrated to the United States with her sister's family and settled in Ormo, Wisconsin. She married Jacob Dieter on July 21, 1859...
    • Olmsted County Historical Society
    • Ross Indian Village, Dieter Township, Minnesota

    • 1887
    • Informal portait of the Ross Indian Village in 1887. Individuals in the photograph include Chief Cobenas (center with feathered headdress) with two of his wives, Billy McGillis and a young girl. McGillis' wife is in the bonnet. Nineteen local...
    • Roseau County Historical Society

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