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    • Young People's Association District Convention, Sleepy Eye, Minnesota

    • 1918
    • Attendees of the Young People's Alliance, District Convention at the Sleepy Eye Evangelical Church pose in front of the church on the lawn. This movement won approval of the General Conference in 1891. It was the organization which had been...
    • Minnesota Annual Conference United Methodist Church
    • Young man with camera on the shore of Lake Minnetonka, Minnesota

    • 1905 - 1910
    • This young man is holding a box camera, sitting on a fallen tree. Perhaps he arrived across the reedy bay by the canoe that is drawn upon the shore. Message says friends waved their kerchiefs as the train passed by.
    • Westonka Historical Society
    • YMCA Conference at Lake Geneva, Wisconsin

    • 1894
    • Group of ten men outdoors in front of a tent, at Lake Geneva, Wisconsin in 1894. Individuals identified include Clarence Baker and C.L. Koons. Caption on the back by C.L. Koons, Class of 1898, reads in part, "We run into a R.R. strike, got last...
    • Macalester College
    • Apollo Club program, November 7, 1899

    • 1899-11-07
    • Apollo Club program for first concert of fifth season, at the Lyceum Theatre. Program lists board of directors, membership committee, active members of the club by singing part, a list of songs performed, and lyrics to pieces performed. The concert...
    • Hennepin County Library, James K. Hosmer Special Collections Library
    • Woyazanska - Tuberculosis

    • 1908
    • This pamphlet was used to educate Dakota people about Tuberculosis. The Santee Normal Training School instructed Dakota children in the Dakota language. These children came from families who were removed from Minnesota to Nebraska after the...
    • Synod of Lakes and Prairies, Presbyterian Church
    • A Case for Worthington, Minnesota

    • 1963
    • The Worthington, Minnesota, Chamber of Commerce compiled a report filled with photographs and text regarding the city of Worthington, Minnesota, in support of the city of Worthington as the location of the proposed state college in southwestern...
    • Striegel Archives, Southwest Minnesota State University
    • World War I home front, Duluth, Minnesota

    • 1918
    • World War I home front; people leaving on a train; Union Depot; African American people; segregation; soldiers; railroads
    • University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Center Collections
    • Women standing before train ore cars, northern Minnesota

    • 1900 - 1910
    • Two women standing in front of train ore cars. The location of this photograph is unknown; but the Iron Range includes parts of the following Minnesota counties: Aitkin, Carlton, Cook, Itasca, Koochiching, Lake and St. Louis.
    • Iron Range Research Center
    • Winona and Southwestern train from Spring Valley to Winona, Minnesota

    • 1890-12-30
    • The Winona and Southwestern Railway train is pictured moving over a trestle bridge on it's way from Spring Valley to Winona. In 1890, tracks were laid from Winona through St. Charles, Dover, Eyota, Simpson and Stewartville to Spring Valley and...
    • Olmsted County Historical Society
    • William Crooks locomotive, St. Paul, Minnesota

    • 1934
    • The William Crooks was the first locomotive to operate in Minnesota. Constructed in 1861, it provided service a year later for the Saint Paul and Pacific Railroad, a company that eventually became part of the Great Northern Railway. James J....
    • New Brighton Area Historical Society
    • William Crooks locomotive, St. Paul, Minnesota

    • 1938
    • The William Crooks was the first locomotive to operate in Minnesota. Constructed in 1861, it arrived on a river barge in Saint Paul. It provided service in 1862 for the Saint Paul and Pacific Railroad, a company that eventually became part of the...
    • New Brighton Area Historical Society
    • William Crooks locomotive, St. Paul, Minnesota

    • 1938
    • The William Crooks was the first locomotive to operate in Minnesota. Constructed in 1861, it first provided service a year later for the Saint Paul and Pacific Railroad, a company that eventually became part of the Great Northern Railway. James...
    • New Brighton Area Historical Society
    • Wilder grain elevator with train, Wilder, Minnesota

    • 1909
    • Looking west from the Wilder crossing before 1909. The first Wilder depot is seen in the center just right of the train. The Wilder grain elevators are visible in the distance.
    • Jackson County Historical Society
    • Wiconi Tawaoonspe

    • 1911
    • This pamphlet includes Christian spiritual lessons and the Lord's Prayer in Dakota. The Santee Normal Training School instructed Dakota children in the Dakota language. These children came from families who were removed from Minnesota to Nebraska...
    • Synod of Lakes and Prairies, Presbyterian Church
    • Washout of the lower dam, Minneapolis, Minnesota

    • 1897?
    • Failure at the lower dam shortly after its completion, shows a section that was washed out. A train is running along the bank of the Mississippi River.
    • Hennepin History Museum
    • View of original Union Depot and rear of Spalding Hotel, Duluth, Minnesota

    • 1890?
    • View of original Union Depot and rear of Spalding Hotel from south of railroad tracks; train with Duluth South Shore and Atlantic and Imperial Mills banners; John M. Caplis hotel; tower of Chamber of Commerce building
    • University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Center Collections
    • View of Judson, Minnesota

    • 1911-04-11
    • View of Judson including the railroad tracks station.
    • Blue Earth County Historical Society
    • View of Duluth, Minnesota

    • 1896?
    • A view looking northeast from Second Street and about Ninth Avenue West that shows the Northern Pacific railway freight house on the far right to the Seventh Avenue West incline railway elevated above Second Street on the far left. Minnesota Point...
    • University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Center Collections
    • Union Depot, Duluth, Minnesota

    • 1925 - 1930
    • Rear view of Duluth's Union Depot and its train sheds. The 1892 Depot still stands at 506 West Michigan Street.
    • University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Center Collections
    • Union Depot, Duluth, Minnesota

    • 1892?
    • End view of 1892 constructed Union Depot with train sheds at 506 west Michigan street looking up Michigan street from sixth avenue and Michigan; fence; buildings along Michigan; people; hand carts; sheds razed in 1924
    • University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Center Collections
    • Union Depot, Duluth, Minnesota

    • 1900 - 1910
    • View of Duluth's Union Depot and its original train sheds that were removed in 1924.
    • University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Center Collections
    • Union Depot and train sheds under construction, Duluth, Minnesota

    • 1891
    • Original frame Union Depot is visible inside the train shed portion of the construction; 1891 construction of new passenger depot at 506 west Michigan street; became Heritage and Arts Center in 1976
    • University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Center Collections
    • Tugboat "Ella G. Stone," Two Harbors, Minnesota

    • 1885?
    • Duluth and Iron Range railroad's ELLA G STONE tug moved train cars to Two Harbors from Duluth until 1886; she was named after railroad president's wife; schooner E M Peck; ore dock
    • University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Center Collections
    • Minnesota Powerline Oral History Project: Interview with Nancy C. Barsness

    • 1979-02-20
    • BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION: Barsness was a farmer from Cyrus, Pope County. She freelanced as a reporter on the powerline controversy for KMRS Radio and several newspapers in Pope County. SUBJECTS DISCUSSED: Getting involved in the powerline...
    • Minnesota Historical Society

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