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    • Valley of the St. Peters, Minnesota

    • 1841 - 1855
    • This is a print by the artist and military officer Seth Eastman, who was stationed in Minnesota before statehood. It shows a view of the Minnesota River Valley.
    • Nicollet County Historical Society
    • Dakotah Village

    • 1841 - 1855
    • This is a print by the artist and military officer Seth Eastman, who was stationed in Minnesota before statehood. It shows several dwellings of the Dakota people.
    • Nicollet County Historical Society
    • Dakota Encampment

    • 1850
    • This is a print by the artist and military officer Seth Eastman, who was stationed in Minnesota before statehood. It shows a Dakota campsite along a body of water.
    • Nicollet County Historical Society
    • Worship of the Sun

    • 1852
    • This is a print by the artist and military officer Seth Eastman, who was stationed in Minnesota before statehood. It shows a Native American ceremony.
    • Nicollet County Historical Society
    • Otsego cemetery plat map, Wright County, Minnesota

    • 1854?
    • Otsego cemetery plat map is the original plan of the cemetery drawn in approximately 1854, showing plots purchased by the city's founders and pioneers. It was designed during the time of the Rural Cemetery Movement and is an example of an early...
    • Otsego Heritage Preservation Commission
    • Eureka, Minnesota Territory

    • 1855?
    • A map showing the community of Eureka, including streets, blocks, and lots. The Minnesota River is included. Eureka was located in Section 33, T109N, R28W of Nicollet County, Minnesota, and was surveyed by Daniel L. Turpin. This town did not...
    • Nicollet County Historical Society
    • Union City, Minnesota Territory

    • 1856
    • A map showing Union City, including streets, blocks, and lots. The town was located, or was to have been located, in Section 4, T109N, R28W of Nicollet County, Minnesota. Wm. G. Wells was the surveyor for this map, which was created in 1856 for...
    • Nicollet County Historical Society
    • Dakota, Nicollet County, Minnesota Territory

    • 1856
    • A map showing the community variously known as Dakota, Dakota City, or Dakota Mills, including streets, blocks, and lots. The Minnesota River is included, as is a building labeled as McNutt's Dakota Mills. The community was located in Section 34,...
    • Nicollet County Historical Society
    • Swan City, Minnesota Territory

    • 1856
    • A map showing the community of Swan City, including streets, blocks, and lots. It was located in Sections 5 and 8, T109N, R28W of Nicollet County, Minnesota. Wm. G. Wells was the surveyor for this map, which was created in 1856 for proprietor...
    • Nicollet County Historical Society
    • McQuiston's Addition to Le Hillier City, Minnesota Territory

    • 1858
    • A map showing the community of McQuiston's Addition to Le Hillier City, including streets, lots, and blocks. The Minnesota and Blue Earth Rivers are included. The town was to be located in Section 14, T108N, R27W of Nicollet County, Minnesota. ...
    • Nicollet County Historical Society
    • Washington, Minnesota Territory

    • 1858
    • A map showing the proposed community of Washington, Minnesota Territory, including streets, blocks, and lots. The Minnesota River is included. Washington was to be located in Section 4, T110N, R26W in Nicollet County, Minnesota. It was surveyed...
    • Nicollet County Historical Society
    • G. W. Steinke wagon shop, St. Peter, Minnesota

    • 1860 - 1900
    • Exterior view of the G. W. Steinke wagon shop in St. Peter. It was located at the southeast corner of the intersection of Minnesota Avenue and Broadway.
    • Nicollet County Historical Society
    • Krueger Hotel, St. Peter, Minnesota

    • 1860 - 1909
    • Exterior view of the Krueger Hotel in St. Peter, which was located on the northeast corner of the intersection of Fifth street and Broadway. The hotel was operated by Mr. and Mrs. William Krueger. It was also called the Pink Hotel.
    • Nicollet County Historical Society
    • Hamline University, Red Wing, Minnesota

    • 1860?
    • Exterior view of Hamline University which was constructed in Red Wing in 1855-56 and later moved to St. Paul in the 1860s. The courthouse shown behind it was built in 1858-59.
    • Goodhue County Historical Society
    • The Sauk Centre House, Sauk Centre, Minnesota

    • 1860?
    • The Sauk Centre House was an early hotel, social gathering place, and used as a stage coach pick-up. It was destroyed by fire but rebuilt and renamed, The Palmer House.
    • Sauk Centre Area Historical Society
    • Ferry at Itaska village site, Anoka, Minnesota

    • 1860?
    • The ferry that ran between Itaska Village and Dayton was called the Dayton Port Ferry. It was located near the Anoka and Sherburne County lines.
    • Anoka County Historical Society
    • Letter from James George to his children from Lebanon Junction, Kentucky

    • 1861
    • This undated letter is signed by James George, and includes a small greeting from Rhoda George written on the back They are starting for Lebanon, Kentucky and it was expected that Rhoda George would remain in Lebanon while James George went with...
    • Olmsted County Historical Society
    • First Episcopal Church at the Lower Sioux Agency, Morton, Minnesota

    • 1862
    • View of the First Episopal Church under construction in the summer of 1862. This first church was known as St. John Evangelist, but was never completed. It was destroyed on August 18, 1862 during the Dakota Conflict of 1862. The church is now known...
    • Renville County Historical Society
    • Letter from James George to his children from near Jamestown, Kentucky

    • 1862-01-13
    • This letter is unsigned, but presumed to have been written by James George. It is dated eighteen sixty one, but James George's unit was not in this area until January of eighteen sixty two. This letter was written from camp in near Jamestown,...
    • Olmsted County Historical Society
    • Letter from James George to his children, location unknown

    • 1862-03-25
    • James Greorge wrote this letter from camp. He has not received mail in about a month and presumes it is because the Confederate forces control the area to the rear of his unit. He has heard of Union victories from the Potomac to the Gulf, but has...
    • Olmsted County Historical Society
    • Letter from James George to Rhoda George from Cornith, Mississippi

    • 1862-04-26
    • James George wrote this letter from camp near Cornith, Mississippi. The health of everyone in camp has improved. They have moved to a new clean camp and everyone's health is improving. He urges her to write and to send her letters to the camp...
    • Olmsted County Historical Society
    • Letter from James George to Rhoda George from Cornith, Mississippi

    • 1862-05-04
    • James George wrote this letter from camp near Cornith, Mississippi. He has decioded to send his wife three hundred dollars instead of two hundred dollars. He advises her to not tell anyone about the money and to keep it with her at all times. He...
    • Olmsted County Historical Society
    • Letter from James George to his wife and children from Cornith, Mississippi

    • 1862-05-07
    • James George wrote this letter from camp near Cornith, Mississippi. He has sent three hundred dollars by Captain T. Eifer to the express office in Red Wing. He expects to get paid another four hundred dollars at the first of the month. He has...
    • Olmsted County Historical Society
    • Letter from James George to his wife and children, location unknown

    • 1862-08-06
    • James George wrote this letter from camp. General McCook is near death. The general had been sick for about two weeks, requiring him to travel in a spring wagon. The wagon was usually in the front of the brigade and was attacked by rebels when...
    • 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 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

    • 1864-01-21
    • 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 James George to his wife and children from Ringold, Georgia

    • 1864-05-05
    • James George wrote this letter from Ringold, Georgia. He has no time to write and expects to move soon. His troops are in good condition. He states that old officers will go out at the end of their enlistment and he expects to do the same. He...
    • 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 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
    • Steamboat landing, St. Peter, Minnesota

    • 1865 - 1885
    • This stereo photo shows an early view of the steamboat landing and a warehouse next to it in St. Peter. The area shown in the photo is located on the west bank of the Minnesota river, near Broadway.
    • Nicollet County Historical Society
    • Bird's Eye View of Northfield, Minnesota

    • 1869
    • A colored map of Northfield, Minnesota which was drawn using a bird's eye view and looking south east. It includes a list to find businesses and buildings.
    • Northfield Public Library

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