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    • Young women snapping beans at Hachsharah farm in Anoka, Minnesota

    • 1930?
    • Four young women sit at a picnic table and snap beans. "Hachsharah" means "training" or "preparation" in Hebrew. Hachsharah were training farms for Jews who wished to settle in Palestine and become citizens. Harchsharah farms were located...
    • University of Minnesota Libraries, Nathan and Theresa Berman Upper Midwest Jewish Archives
    • Young man peeling potatoes at the Hachsharah farm, Anoka, Minnesota

    • 1930?
    • A young man sits in a chair peeling potatoes while another man looks on. "Hachsharah" means "training" or "preparation" in Hebrew. Hachsharah were training farms for Jews who wished to settle in Palestine and become citizens. Harchsharah farms...
    • University of Minnesota Libraries, Nathan and Theresa Berman Upper Midwest Jewish Archives
    • 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
    • Atlas and Farmers' Directory of Grant County Minnesota

    • 1914
    • Plat book of Grant County containing plats of all townships with owner's names, farmers' directory, also maps of the state, the United States and the world also an Outline Map of the county showing locations of townships, villages, roads, schools,...
    • Grant County Historical Society
    • Workers sharpening an axe at the Hachsharah in Anoka, Minnesota

    • 1930?
    • Three unidentified men stand sharpening an axe. "Hachsharah" means "training" or "preparation" in Hebrew. Hachsharah were training farms for Jews who wished to settle in Palestine and become citizens. Harchsharah farms were located throughout...
    • University of Minnesota Libraries, Nathan and Theresa Berman Upper Midwest Jewish Archives
    • The Farmer's Atlas and Directory of Washington County Minnesota 1912

    • 1912
    • Township maps showing land ownership (farms), acreage, name of landowner, spouse and children, post office and route number. Also includes geographic information, civic information, commerce information, and local advertising.
    • Washington County Survey and Land Management
    • Waheoka, Minnesota Territory

    • 1854
    • A map of a proposed community named Waheoka, including streets, blocks, and lots. The Minnesota River is included. The community was apparently to be located in Nicollet County, with southern and eastern boundaries along the Minnesota River,...
    • Nicollet County Historical Society
    • Two young men on a tractor at Hachsharah farm in Anoka, Minnesota

    • 1930?
    • A photograph of two men wearing hats, on a tractor. "Hachsharah" means "training" or "preparation" in Hebrew. Hachsharah were training farms for Jews who wished to settle in Palestine and become citizens. Harchsharah farms were located throughout...
    • University of Minnesota Libraries, Nathan and Theresa Berman Upper Midwest Jewish Archives
    • Grand Opera House Program, April 17, 1890

    • 1890-04-17
    • Grand Opera House Program for performance of Hermann Emil Zoch on Thursday, April 17, 1890 in his 26th piano recital, "a repetition of his Boston and other successes." Includes Programme of pieces performed and national reviews of other Zoch...
    • Hennepin County Library, James K. Hosmer Special Collections Library
    • Minnesota Powerline Oral History Project: Interview with Deborah Pick

    • 1979-02-13
    • BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION: Pick was a native of Wisconsin. She moved to Minneapolis in 1975 to attend school and work. While attending school on and off, she taught in special programs for emotionally disturbed children, worked in the theater, and...
    • Minnesota Historical Society
    • Minnesota Powerline Oral History Project: Interview with John Millhone

    • 1978-04-10
    • BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION: Millhone received his degree in journalism from the University of Missouri in 1950. He was the director of the Iowa Energy Policy Council. In 1975, he was appointed director of the Minnesota Energy Agency. Millhone was...
    • Minnesota Historical Society
    • Minnesota Powerline Oral History Project: Interview with James Nelson

    • 1977-05-31
    • BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION: Nelson was born and raised on a farm and at the time of the interview was a farmer in Grant County, Minnesota. After graduating from high school, he earned a undergradute degree in physics at the University of Minnesota...
    • Minnesota Historical Society
    • Minnesota Powerline Oral History Project: Interview with John R. Stone

    • 1979-02-21
    • BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION: Stone was the editor of the Pope County Tribune. SUBJECTS DISCUSSED: Background. Pope County Tribune. Coverage of the powerline controversy. Getting information on issues from the cooperatives and the utilities. Effect of...
    • Minnesota Historical Society
    • Minnesota Powerline Oral History Project: Interview with Charles L. Anderson

    • 1979-02-14
    • BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION: Anderson was President, board of directors of Cooperative Power Association. He was a farmer in Litchfield, Meeker County. SUBJECTS DISCUSSED: Background. Impact of powerline on the area. Structure of Meeker Cooperative...
    • Minnesota Historical Society
    • Illustrated Catalog, F.L. Bosworth Company, Minneapolis, Minnesota

    • 1912
    • Illustrated trade catalog and price list of sterling silver, silver, gold, and bronze plated goods including flatware, cutlery, clocks, manicure and toilet goods, brushes, and various other novelty goods.
    • Hennepin County Library, James K. Hosmer Special Collections Library
    • Ticket to a fundraiser at the Jewish Educational Center, St. Paul, Minnesota

    • 1936-04-19
    • ICOR (the acronym of the Yiddish translation of Jewish Colonization in the Soviet Union) was an American-based organization advocating and financially supporting Jewish colonization in Eastern Russia. The area known as Biro-Bidjan was to be a...
    • University of Minnesota Libraries, Nathan and Theresa Berman Upper Midwest Jewish Archives
    • The Minnesota Geologist, Volume XIX, Number 1, Spring-Summer 1965

    • 1965
    • The Spring/Summer 1965 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter included society notices, a memorial to William F. Schroeder, articles by Dr. Robert E. Sloan on the Cretaceous, by Dr. Tibor Zoltai on gems and minerals, and by...
    • Geological Society of Minnesota
    • The Minnesota Geologist, Volume IX, Number 2, Fall-Winter 1952

    • 1952
    • The Fall/Winter 1952 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter indicated lecture attendance averaging 89, a description of the public perception of geology based on state fair experience, a note on copper-nickel potential near...
    • Geological Society of Minnesota
    • The Minnesota Geologist, Volume XXI, Number 1, Spring-Summer 1967

    • 1967
    • The Spring/Summer 1967 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter included society notices such as the message from the President, a memorial to John Orval Engen, and articles on fossil hunting in Minnesota by Dr. Robert E....
    • Geological Society of Minnesota
    • The Minnesota Geologist, Volume XX, Number 2, Fall-Winter 1966

    • 1966
    • The Fall/Winter 1966 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter included society notices, as well as memorials to Charles H. Havill, Madeline Weaver, Opal Gruner, Ben Hur Wilson, and William C. Conant, and an article on Copper.
    • Geological Society of Minnesota
    • The Minnesota Geologist, Volume XX, Number 1, Spring-Summer 1966

    • 1966
    • The Spring/Summer 1966 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter mentioned completion of the 32-site geologic marker program, and included society notices, memorials to Lulu Zalusky, Nellie E. Howard, and Ida M. Swanson, and...
    • Geological Society of Minnesota
    • The Minnesota Geologist, Volume XVIII, Number 3, Fall-Winter 1964

    • 1964
    • The Fall/Winter 1964 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter included society notices, a report on a GSM display at a bank in Minneapolis, notice of a field trip to the Finger Lakes of New York, explanation of the hiatus in...
    • Geological Society of Minnesota
    • The Minnesota Geologist, Volume XIX, Number 2, Fall-Winter 1965

    • 1965
    • The Fall/Winter 1965 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter included society notices, a memorial to Josephine McWethy, a report on the 1965 long trip to the world's fair in New York City, an article on the geology of New...
    • Geological Society of Minnesota
    • The Minnesota Geologist, Volume XIV, Number 2, Winter 1960

    • 1960
    • The Winter 1960 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter included articles on the risk that carbon dioxide emissions may cause climate change and on geology of the Twin Cities, and a report on activity of the American...
    • Geological Society of Minnesota
    • The Minnesota Geologist, Volume XIV, Number 1, Spring-Summer 1959

    • 1959
    • The Spring/Summer 1959 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter discussed cancellation of the field trip to Ohio and Indiana, and an article on the distribution of rock types relative to region and age.
    • Geological Society of Minnesota
    • The Minnesota Geologist, Volume X, Number 2, Fall-Winter 1953-1954

    • 1953
    • The Fall/Winter 1953-1954 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter included an editorial on the future of the society, the weekly lecture schedule, an article on mineral hardness, and an article discussing GSM field trips.
    • Geological Society of Minnesota
    • The Minnesota Geologist, Volume VIII, Number 4, Fourth Quarter 1951

    • 1951
    • The Fourth Quarter 1951 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter included the program for lectures at the Science Museum, announcement of the death of Benjamin A. Pratt, news that Macalester would host the coming Midwest...
    • Geological Society of Minnesota
    • The Minnesota Geologist, Volume VIII, Number 2, Second Quarter 1951

    • 1951
    • The Second Quarter 1951 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter mentioned that the State Fair booth was joint with the University of Minnesota geology department and the survey, and reported on plans for twice-monthly summer...
    • Geological Society of Minnesota
    • The Minnesota Geologist, Volume VII, Number 3, Third 1950 Quarter

    • 1950
    • The Third Quarter 1950 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter included a report from the Milwaukee convention of the federation, a review of the first twelve years of GSM activity, a listing of lectures planned for the...
    • Geological Society of Minnesota
    • The Minnesota Geologist, Volume VII, Number 1, First Quarter 1950

    • 1950
    • The First Quarter 1950 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter indicated that the banquet speaker in March would be Dr. Ben Hur Wilson, an invitation to their events by the Minnesota Mineral Club, announcement of the coming...
    • Geological Society of Minnesota
    • The Minnesota Geologist, Volume VI, Number 5, December 1949

    • 1949-12
    • The December 1949 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter included the Presidential Address, a review of the contribution made to the society by Mr. E. P. Burch, a report on the geological markers project, an article on...
    • Geological Society of Minnesota
    • The Minnesota Geologist, Volume VI, Number 2, March-May 1949

    • 1949
    • The March/May 1949 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter included society news, a memorial to Junior F. Hayden, a story on geology of Whitewater State Park, and an outline of twice-monthly field trips for summer 1949.
    • Geological Society of Minnesota
    • The Minnesota Geologist, Volume V, Number 2, March 15th, 1948

    • 1948-03-15
    • The March 1948 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter included stories on geology of Gooseberry State Park, on earth science in the secondary schools, on the continental shelf, and on Minnesota iron ore.
    • Geological Society of Minnesota
    • The Minnesota Geologist, Volume V, Number 1, January 15, 1948

    • 1948-01-15
    • The January 1948 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter included a plan for a field trip to Denver, society news, stories on geology of Alexander Ramsey State Park and of Duluth, and a photo of the Black Hills field trip...
    • Geological Society of Minnesota
    • The Minnesota Geologist, Volume IV, Number 6, November 15, 1947

    • 1947-11-15
    • The November 1947 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter included an update on Society affairs, an article on geology of Jay Cooke State Park, notices of weekly lectures, and note on mineral club history and on building a...
    • Geological Society of Minnesota

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