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Panoramic Minnesota

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E66 - Panoramic Maps & Panoramic Minnesota - A01
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E66 - San Francisco, by Marriott Britton Rey, 1875

“Graphic chart of the city and county of San Francisco respectfully dedicated to the leading interests of California and the Pacific coast. The city of San Francisco was incorporated in 1850, and later grew to become one of the most famous cities in the US. The California Gold Rush in 1848 saw the city's population increase from 1,000 to 25,000 over the course of a year. This map published in 1875 by Frederick Marriott of Britton, Rey & Co. from a drawing by L.R. Townsend, E. Wyneken and J. Mendenhall is oriented with north toward the lower right. There are 188 different points-of-interest that are located on this map.” worldmapsonline.com

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E66 - San Francisco, by Locator Publishing Co., 1915
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E66 - Jerusalem by Hogenberg 1575

Image from the Leonard and Juliet Rothman Holy Lands Map Collection, a collection of 956 maps, atlases, and books of the Holy Lands from the 16th to the 20th century published primarily in Europe and the United States. Stanford Library

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Church of the Holy Sepulchre
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Church of the Holy Sepulchre
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House of Pontius Pilate
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House of Pontius Pilate
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Mary's Birthplace
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Mary's Birthplace
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Temple Mount
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Golden Gate
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Wall
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Zion Gate
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Zion Gate
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Citadel - City of David
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Jafra Gate
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Calvary
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City wall
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Damascas Gate
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Herod's Palace. "Herod's Palace at Jerusalem was built in the last quarter of the 1st century BC by Herod I the Great, King of Judea from 37 BC to 4 BC. It was the second most important building in Jerusalem, after the Temple itself, in Herod’s day and was situated at the northwestern wall of the Upper City of Jerusalem (the Western Hill abandoned after the Babylonian sacking of Jerusalem). Herod lived in it as a principal residence, but not permanently, as he owned other palace-fortresses, notably at Masada, Herodium and Caesarea Maritima." Wikipedia
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Herod's Palace. "Herod's Palace at Jerusalem was built in the last quarter of the 1st century BC by Herod I the Great, King of Judea from 37 BC to 4 BC. It was the second most important building in Jerusalem, after the Temple itself, in Herod’s day and was situated at the northwestern wall of the Upper City of Jerusalem (the Western Hill abandoned after the Babylonian sacking of Jerusalem). Herod lived in it as a principal residence, but not permanently, as he owned other palace-fortresses, notably at Masada, Herodium and Caesarea Maritima." Wikipedia
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Church of St. John the Baptist
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St. Stevens Gate
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E66 - Civitas Hierusalem - Giovanni Francesco Camocio - 1570 from Martin van Brauman
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Porta d'oro or Golden Gate

Wikipedia Golden Gate


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Porta d'oro or Golden Gate

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Porta di Santo Stephano / Lion's Gate / Gate of St. Stephen

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lions%27_Gate


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Porta di Santo Stephano / Lion's Gate / Gate of St. Stephen

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lions%27_Gate


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Sepultra di Jesu Christo / Church of the Holy Sepulchre https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Church_of_the_Holy_S...

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Sepultra di Jesu Christo / Church of the Holy Sepulchre https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Church_of_the_Holy_S...

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Damascas Gate (Porta di Damascho)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Damascus_Gate

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Damascas Gate (Porta di Damascho)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Damascus_Gate

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Place of the death of John the Baptist by decapitation.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beheading_of_John_th...


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Place of the death of John the Baptist by decapitation.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beheading_of_John_th...


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Tablet/marker to the nourishment from the glory of the Virgin Mary.

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Tablet/marker to the nourishment from the glory of the Virgin Mary.

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Chiesa di Santa Marta. Church of Saint Martha.

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Chiesa di Santa Marta. Church of Saint Martha.

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Location of early churches of the Apostles on Mt Zion (Dove ceno Jesu Christo con li Aposokoli)

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Location of early churches of the Apostles on Mt Zion (Dove ceno Jesu Christo con li Aposokoli)

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Location of the death of St. Stephen. Dove fu lapidato santo Stephane martire.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Stephen


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Location of the death of St. Stephen. Dove fu lapidato santo Stephane martire.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Stephen


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The house where Pilate lived. La case dove habita Pilato.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pontius_Pilate

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The house where Pilate lived. La case dove habita Pilato.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pontius_Pilate

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Monastery of the Flagellation. (Dove fu flagelato Jesu Christo.)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Church_of_the_Flagel...

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Monastery of the Flagellation. (Dove fu flagelato Jesu Christo.)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Church_of_the_Flagel...

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Jaffa Gate (Porta di Santo Joppo)

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Jaffa Gate (Porta di Santo Joppo)

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Arrangement (location) of Lord’s Sepulchre (Dispositio Sepulture Dominice). [Shows view from inside of Church of Holy Supulchre]

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Arrangement (location) of Lord’s Sepulchre (Dispositio Sepulture Dominice). [Shows view from inside of Church of Holy Supulchre]

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Beautiful chapel in Bethlehem

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Beautiful chapel in Bethlehem

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Protestant Calvary, also known as Skull Hill, The Garden Tomb and Gordon's Cavalry, was discovered by General Gordon in 1883. This site is considered by some Protestants to be the site of the burial and resurrection of Jesus.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Garden_Tomb

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Protestant Calvary, also known as Skull Hill, The Garden Tomb and Gordon's Cavalry, was discovered by General Gordon in 1883. This site is considered by some Protestants to be the site of the burial and resurrection of Jesus.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Garden_Tomb

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Final glory of the Virgin Mary. (Dove naque la Gloriosa Virgine Maria.)

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Final glory of the Virgin Mary. (Dove naque la Gloriosa Virgine Maria.)

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E66 - An Illustrated Historical Atlas of the State of Minnesota - Alfred Theodore Andreas - 1874
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E66 - Birds Eye View of Austin Mower County Minnesota - Ruger and Stoner - 1870
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Rendering of the Hormel meatpacking plant in the 1920s.

Austin is home to the original Hormel meatpacking plant, the company responsible for SPAM luncheon meat. The company started in 1891 as a family-owned butcher shop and has since grown into a Fortune 500 company. Wikipedia

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Rendering of the Hormel meatpacking plant in the 1920s.

Austin is home to the original Hormel meatpacking plant, the company responsible for SPAM luncheon meat. The company started in 1891 as a family-owned butcher shop and has since grown into a Fortune 500 company. Wikipedia

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E66 - Birds Eye View of Anoka County Minnesota - Ruger Albert - 1869
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The Shaw-Hammons House. 302 Fremont St.

Neil Shaw purchased the land in 1854 and built his home with his three sons. He used the east section of the home as a storefront. Weston Hammons purchased the home in 1870. "As of 2020, it is the oldest extant residential structure in the city of Anoka." Johannes Allert, MNopedia

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The Shaw-Hammons House. 302 Fremont St.

Neil Shaw purchased the land in 1854 and built his home with his three sons. He used the east section of the home as a storefront. Weston Hammons purchased the home in 1870. "As of 2020, it is the oldest extant residential structure in the city of Anoka." Johannes Allert, MNopedia

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E66 - Brainerd City of Mines - Arthur G McCoy - 1914
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Ore section view

"Proven Ore Bodies" are placed semi-transparently over fields.

"In 1859, surveyors noted compass deflection. In 1895, Cuyler Adams surveyed the range using a dip needle. In 1903, Adams and his partners located the ore by drilling, finding numerous ore bodies from Brainerd to Aitkin." Cuyuna Range


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Ore section view

"Proven Ore Bodies" are placed semi-transparently over fields.

"In 1859, surveyors noted compass deflection. In 1895, Cuyler Adams surveyed the range using a dip needle. In 1903, Adams and his partners located the ore by drilling, finding numerous ore bodies from Brainerd to Aitkin." Cuyuna Range


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Kiwanis Park playground

Today, Kiwanis park sits in place of the saw mills and a freeway roundabout sits where the proposed park was intended to go. It's unknown if the park was relocated or if development simply continued to accelerate in Brainerd.

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Kiwanis Park playground

Today, Kiwanis park sits in place of the saw mills and a freeway roundabout sits where the proposed park was intended to go. It's unknown if the park was relocated or if development simply continued to accelerate in Brainerd.

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Manganese Mine

Even in the distance, smoke stacks can be seen working. This detail is meant to highlight just how successful the urban environment is.

However, Manganese, Minnesota was only inhabited between 1912 and 1960. (This map was made in 1914.) The former mining community is now mostly abandoned.

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Manganese Mine

Even in the distance, smoke stacks can be seen working. This detail is meant to highlight just how successful the urban environment is.

However, Manganese, Minnesota was only inhabited between 1912 and 1960. (This map was made in 1914.) The former mining community is now mostly abandoned.

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A detailed look at the plans for the Cuyuna Range Addition. While some of this range still exists, most has since been redeveloped again. At the time, this addition would have meant room for numerous new residents, likely working in the ore mines.

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A detailed look at the plans for the Cuyuna Range Addition. While some of this range still exists, most has since been redeveloped again. At the time, this addition would have meant room for numerous new residents, likely working in the ore mines.

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E66 - View of Duluth Minnesota - 1883

Library of Congress

Duluth has maintained growth and prosperity as a port town, with a current city population of 85,618 and metropolitan population of 278,799. Resting on the edge of Lake Superior, Duluth continues to have access to the Atlantic Ocean via the Great Lakes Waterway and St. Lawrence Seaway. Originally inhabited by the Ojibwe, fur traders began acquiring the land, and established their permanence with the 1854 Ojibwe Land Cession Treaty.

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Duluth's Aerial Lift Bridge

In order to create the Duluth Ship Canal, a gap in the sand spit had to be created, which left new island residents (Lake Ave. side of the canal) without a means of crossing to the mainland. In 1892, almost a decade following the publication of this map, a contest was held to solve the issue, but the winner's design was rejected by the War Department. A few years following the contest, and inspired by the Vizcaya Bridge in France, Thomas McGilvray designed an aerial bridge gondola, which was completed in 1905. However, as Duluth's tourism and population continued to grow, the bridge needed to grow as well. C.A.P. Turner designed the current standing Aerial Lift Bridge, which lifted for the first time in 1930. Today, the bridge can be raised to full height (135 ft.) in a minute and is raised nearly 5,000 times per year. Wikipedia

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Duluth's Aerial Lift Bridge

In order to create the Duluth Ship Canal, a gap in the sand spit had to be created, which left new island residents (Lake Ave. side of the canal) without a means of crossing to the mainland. In 1892, almost a decade following the publication of this map, a contest was held to solve the issue, but the winner's design was rejected by the War Department. A few years following the contest, and inspired by the Vizcaya Bridge in France, Thomas McGilvray designed an aerial bridge gondola, which was completed in 1905. However, as Duluth's tourism and population continued to grow, the bridge needed to grow as well. C.A.P. Turner designed the current standing Aerial Lift Bridge, which lifted for the first time in 1930. Today, the bridge can be raised to full height (135 ft.) in a minute and is raised nearly 5,000 times per year. Wikipedia

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Image shows boats in the Duluth Ship Canal dropping rocks into the canal in 1871.

A variety of 19th century boats meandering the bay. Small sailboats, tugboats, steamboats, and even larger vessels seem to be traveling different, and chaotic, directions.

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Image shows boats in the Duluth Ship Canal dropping rocks into the canal in 1871.

A variety of 19th century boats meandering the bay. Small sailboats, tugboats, steamboats, and even larger vessels seem to be traveling different, and chaotic, directions.

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Poirier wearing his design.

While not listed as a manufacturer or supplier on the map index, 1610 W Superior St. was the site of the original Duluth Pack Company store. This is probably due to the fact that the "company" was was a leather and shoe repair store in 1882, and likely located in a different part of town. When French-Canadian immigrant, Camille Poirier, did patent the original Duluth Pack in 1882, his store gained popularity. He soon opened a wholesale store, Poirier Tent and Awning which later became Duluth Tent and Awning and eventually the Duluth Pack Company.

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Poirier wearing his design.

While not listed as a manufacturer or supplier on the map index, 1610 W Superior St. was the site of the original Duluth Pack Company store. This is probably due to the fact that the "company" was was a leather and shoe repair store in 1882, and likely located in a different part of town. When French-Canadian immigrant, Camille Poirier, did patent the original Duluth Pack in 1882, his store gained popularity. He soon opened a wholesale store, Poirier Tent and Awning which later became Duluth Tent and Awning and eventually the Duluth Pack Company.

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Duluth Swing Bridge

"Connent's Point" does not exist. Is this intended to be "Connor's Point" as shown in the enlarged sketch below? The interstate bridge connects Minnesota and Wisconsin.

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Duluth Swing Bridge

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Boat crossing under the Aerial Lift Bridge

The overcrowded harbor intends to highlight Duluth's waterfront popularity. For over a century, the Superior harbor is the country's largest, farthest-inland freshwater port.

This boat comes from the "City of Cleveland," showing it could have traveled from Ohio.

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Boat crossing under the Aerial Lift Bridge

The overcrowded harbor intends to highlight Duluth's waterfront popularity. For over a century, the Superior harbor is the country's largest, farthest-inland freshwater port.

This boat comes from the "City of Cleveland," showing it could have traveled from Ohio.

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E66 - Perspective Map of Duluth Minnesota - 1887
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E66 - Perspective Map of Duluth Minnesota - 1893
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E66 - The Twin Ports Superior Wisconsin Duluth Minnesota - Henry Wellge - 1915
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Image of the Aerial Lift Gondola, later the Aerial Lift Bridge.

The gondola would ferry passengers over the water, similar to a ski gondola up a mountain. The gondola was converted into a lift bridge in 1929. MPR News

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Image of the Aerial Lift Gondola, later the Aerial Lift Bridge.

The gondola would ferry passengers over the water, similar to a ski gondola up a mountain. The gondola was converted into a lift bridge in 1929. MPR News

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Map of the Twin Ports

"The Twin Ports of Duluth, Minnesota and Superior, Wisconsin, are located at the western part of Lake Superior (the westernmost of North America's Great Lakes) and together are considered the largest freshwater port in the world." Wikipedia

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Map of the Twin Ports

"The Twin Ports of Duluth, Minnesota and Superior, Wisconsin, are located at the western part of Lake Superior (the westernmost of North America's Great Lakes) and together are considered the largest freshwater port in the world." Wikipedia

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E66 - Birds Eye View of the City of Faribault Rice County Minnesota - Albert Ruger - 1869
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The Shattuck school opened in 1858, but this location was not built until 1866, only two years prior to construction of this map.

Increases in the town population led to the need for more than one school.

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The Shattuck school opened in 1858, but this location was not built until 1866, only two years prior to construction of this map.

Increases in the town population led to the need for more than one school.

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St. Mary's (originally the girls school) was founded in 1966, the same year that the new building for Shattuck (originally the boy's school) was completed.

The schools combined in 1972 and Shattuck-St. Mary's still exists as a coeducational boarding school today.

The development of these schools shows the increase in town population and unification/following of a specific religion. Shattuck-St. Mary's Website

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St. Mary's (originally the girls school) was founded in 1966, the same year that the new building for Shattuck (originally the boy's school) was completed.

The schools combined in 1972 and Shattuck-St. Mary's still exists as a coeducational boarding school today.

The development of these schools shows the increase in town population and unification/following of a specific religion. Shattuck-St. Mary's Website

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E66 - Birds Eye View of the City of Hastings Dakota Co Minnesota - Albert Ruger - 1867
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Hasting Courthouse/City Hall

Site of the Hastings Courthouse planned construction, designed by A.M. Radcliffe and completed in 1871. Originally the Hastings Courthouse, then the Dakota County Courthouse, and now the Hastings City Hall, the building still stands today and is the second-oldest surviving courthouse in Minnesota.

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Hasting Courthouse/City Hall

Site of the Hastings Courthouse planned construction, designed by A.M. Radcliffe and completed in 1871. Originally the Hastings Courthouse, then the Dakota County Courthouse, and now the Hastings City Hall, the building still stands today and is the second-oldest surviving courthouse in Minnesota.

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E66 - Birds Eye View of the city of Mankato Blue Earth County Minnesota -1870
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Execution Site of 38 Sioux men. The Largest one-day mass execution in American history.

State law originally didn't require public schools to educate on American Indian history, but it has since become mandatory to teach young Minnesotans about the troubled past, including the Dakota War of 1862. The war began along the Minnesota River, four years after Minnesota became a state. Battles incited following disputes between numerous Dakota and Sioux tribes, as food and supplies were withheld by Indian agents.

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Execution Site of 38 Sioux men. The Largest one-day mass execution in American history.

State law originally didn't require public schools to educate on American Indian history, but it has since become mandatory to teach young Minnesotans about the troubled past, including the Dakota War of 1862. The war began along the Minnesota River, four years after Minnesota became a state. Battles incited following disputes between numerous Dakota and Sioux tribes, as food and supplies were withheld by Indian agents.

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E66 - Lake City Wabasha Co Minnesota - Albert Ruger - 1867
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Ralph Samuelson skiing.

Lake City is the birthplace of water skiing, invented by resident Ralph Samuelson in 1922.

The town holds annual Water Ski Days with three days of skiing-related activities and tournaments.

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Ralph Samuelson skiing.

Lake City is the birthplace of water skiing, invented by resident Ralph Samuelson in 1922.

The town holds annual Water Ski Days with three days of skiing-related activities and tournaments.

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E66 - Birds Eye View of Luverne County Seat of Rock County Minnesota - 1883
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Downtown Luverne

"The site that would become Luverne was started as a stop on the mail route from Blue Earth, MN to Yankton, SD in 1867 by Philo Hawes. The John Leitze family and Miss Miranda Skinner maintained a “half way” house there for the first winter. Philo Hawes returned with his family the next year and built a log cabin which served as a post office, city hall, church and community center." Rock County Historical Society

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Downtown Luverne

"The site that would become Luverne was started as a stop on the mail route from Blue Earth, MN to Yankton, SD in 1867 by Philo Hawes. The John Leitze family and Miss Miranda Skinner maintained a “half way” house there for the first winter. Philo Hawes returned with his family the next year and built a log cabin which served as a post office, city hall, church and community center." Rock County Historical Society

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E66 - Minneapolis and Saint Anthony Minnesota - Albert Ruger - 1867
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E66 - Panorama of Minneapolis Minnesota - 1873
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E66 - Minneapolis Minnesota - 1874
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E66 - Panoramic View of the City of Minneapolis Minnesota - 1879
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Washburn Mill Factory

"In a matter of seconds, a series of thunderous explosions — heard 10 miles away in St. Paul — destroyed what had been Minneapolis' largest industrial building, and the largest mill in the world, along with several adjacent flour mills. It was the worst disaster of its type in the city's history, prompting major safety upgrades in future mill developments." Mill City Museum


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Washburn Mill Factory

"In a matter of seconds, a series of thunderous explosions — heard 10 miles away in St. Paul — destroyed what had been Minneapolis' largest industrial building, and the largest mill in the world, along with several adjacent flour mills. It was the worst disaster of its type in the city's history, prompting major safety upgrades in future mill developments." Mill City Museum


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Hennepin Island

"Built in 1854, the “Island Mill” turned out one hundred barrels of flour a day and could grind 160 bushels in four hours." National Center for Earth-surface Dynamics

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Hennepin Island

"Built in 1854, the “Island Mill” turned out one hundred barrels of flour a day and could grind 160 bushels in four hours." National Center for Earth-surface Dynamics

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Ard Godfrey House

The original site of the first University of Minnesota building. The school has since moved down the river but maintains two waterfront campuses (Eastbank and Westbank).

The location of this building now holds Chute Square Park and Arc Godfrey's first Saint Anthony home. Godfrey is credited as the leading millwright, helping build the first dam and sawmills in St. Anthony Falls. The home originally was at Main St. and 2nd Ave., but moved multiple times due to preservation needs. It is now the oldest surviving frame of a home in the Twin Cities (1848).

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Ard Godfrey House

The original site of the first University of Minnesota building. The school has since moved down the river but maintains two waterfront campuses (Eastbank and Westbank).

The location of this building now holds Chute Square Park and Arc Godfrey's first Saint Anthony home. Godfrey is credited as the leading millwright, helping build the first dam and sawmills in St. Anthony Falls. The home originally was at Main St. and 2nd Ave., but moved multiple times due to preservation needs. It is now the oldest surviving frame of a home in the Twin Cities (1848).

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Approximate original location of Ard Godfrey's still-standing home (Main St. and 2nd Ave.)

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Approximate original location of Ard Godfrey's still-standing home (Main St. and 2nd Ave.)

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"The Father Louis Hennepin Suspension Bridge, built in 1855, was the first bridge built to crossing the Mississippi River. A second, stronger suspension bridge was built in 1877 just upriver, deeming the original unnecessary. It was destroyed before the turn of the 20th century." Mill City Museum

"Minneapolis has more bridges across the Mississippi River than any other community." Mill City Museum



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"The Father Louis Hennepin Suspension Bridge, built in 1855, was the first bridge built to crossing the Mississippi River. A second, stronger suspension bridge was built in 1877 just upriver, deeming the original unnecessary. It was destroyed before the turn of the 20th century." Mill City Museum

"Minneapolis has more bridges across the Mississippi River than any other community." Mill City Museum



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E66 - Minneapolis Minnesota - 1885
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E66 - Birds Eye View of Minneapolis Minnesota - 1891
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E66 - Birds Eye View of the City of Minneapolis Minnesota - 1891
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E66 - Birds Eye View of New Ulm Brown County Minnesota - 1870
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Turner Society

"In 1856, the Settlement Association of the Socialist Turner Society ("Turners") helped to secure the city's future. The Turners originated in Germany in the first half of the nineteenth century, promoted with the slogan, "Sound Mind, Sound Body". Their clubs combined gymnastics with lectures and debates about the issues of the day... " New Ulm Wikipedia

New Ulm was created in Turner values and ideals, with a "city plan reflected those values. The German Land Company hired Christian Prignitz to complete a new plan for New Ulm, filed in April 1858. This master plan for New Ulm expressed a grand vision of the city's future. At the heart of the community stood blocks reserved for Turner Hall, the county courthouse, and a public school, representing the political, social, and educational center of the community... Members obtained the means to support themselves — in harmony with nature — through the distribution of four-acre garden lots located outside of the residential area. Historian Dennis Gimmestad wrote, "The founders’ goals created a community persona that sets New Ulm apart from the Minnesota towns founded by land speculators or railroad companies.... The New Ulm founders aspired to establish a town with a defined philosophical, economic, and social character" New Ulm Wikipedia

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Turner Society

"In 1856, the Settlement Association of the Socialist Turner Society ("Turners") helped to secure the city's future. The Turners originated in Germany in the first half of the nineteenth century, promoted with the slogan, "Sound Mind, Sound Body". Their clubs combined gymnastics with lectures and debates about the issues of the day... " New Ulm Wikipedia

New Ulm was created in Turner values and ideals, with a "city plan reflected those values. The German Land Company hired Christian Prignitz to complete a new plan for New Ulm, filed in April 1858. This master plan for New Ulm expressed a grand vision of the city's future. At the heart of the community stood blocks reserved for Turner Hall, the county courthouse, and a public school, representing the political, social, and educational center of the community... Members obtained the means to support themselves — in harmony with nature — through the distribution of four-acre garden lots located outside of the residential area. Historian Dennis Gimmestad wrote, "The founders’ goals created a community persona that sets New Ulm apart from the Minnesota towns founded by land speculators or railroad companies.... The New Ulm founders aspired to establish a town with a defined philosophical, economic, and social character" New Ulm Wikipedia

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E66 - Birds Eye View of Northfield Rice County Minnesota -1869
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Willis Hall

At the time this this was the site of Northfield College, known today as Carleton College. While the college was founded in 1866, Willis Hall was the first permanent campus building, completed in 1869 (time of map publication).

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Willis Hall

At the time this this was the site of Northfield College, known today as Carleton College. While the college was founded in 1866, Willis Hall was the first permanent campus building, completed in 1869 (time of map publication).

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E66 - Birds Eye View of Owatonna Steele County Minnesota - 1870
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Owatonna Public School Interior

"States began establishing public schools with cottages on the grounds. These schools kept children out of almshouses, made them productive members of society, and placed them with adoptive families." MNopedia

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Owatonna Public School Interior

"States began establishing public schools with cottages on the grounds. These schools kept children out of almshouses, made them productive members of society, and placed them with adoptive families." MNopedia

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E66 - Birds Eye View of the City of Redwing Coodhue Co Minnesota - 1868
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Red Wing workers

"Thanks to the limestone bluffs and hills that surrounded Red Wing, the town became a Minnesota lime-making and stone quarrying center from 1870 to 1910. Those forty years are sometimes known as the city’s “Stone Age."" MNopedia

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Red Wing workers

"Thanks to the limestone bluffs and hills that surrounded Red Wing, the town became a Minnesota lime-making and stone quarrying center from 1870 to 1910. Those forty years are sometimes known as the city’s “Stone Age."" MNopedia

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E66 - Panoramic view of the City of Red Wing Goddhue Co Minnesota - 1880
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E66 - Birds Eye View of the City of Rochester Olmsted County Minnesota - 1869
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Stagecoaches at the Rochester RR Depot.

Rochester developed as a stagecoach stop between Saint Paul, Minnesota and Dubuque, Iowa. The RR Depot was a major city point, especially as railroads continued to develop across the state. New businesses and residents continued to grow and Rochester is now the third-largest Minnesota city.

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Stagecoaches at the Rochester RR Depot.

Rochester developed as a stagecoach stop between Saint Paul, Minnesota and Dubuque, Iowa. The RR Depot was a major city point, especially as railroads continued to develop across the state. New businesses and residents continued to grow and Rochester is now the third-largest Minnesota city.

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E66 - Birds Eye View of the City of Saint Cloud Stearns County Minnesota - 1869
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Saint Cloud's current ravine drainage system.

Saint Cloud developed into three distinct areas; Upper Town, Middle Town, and Lower Town. The neighborhoods formed around deep ravines, which are still visible today.

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Saint Cloud's current ravine drainage system.

Saint Cloud developed into three distinct areas; Upper Town, Middle Town, and Lower Town. The neighborhoods formed around deep ravines, which are still visible today.

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E66 - City of St Paul Capital of Minnesota - 1853
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Dakota Summer Lodge

Indigenous people can be seen overlooking the rapid development of St. Paul. In the early 1850s, Dakota nations were relocated by the U.S. government to live alongside the Mississippi River. "But Minnesota's non-native population grew nearly 30x in between 1850 and 1860, leaving many members of the Dakota without crucial land and resources." MSP Magazine


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Dakota Summer Lodge

Indigenous people can be seen overlooking the rapid development of St. Paul. In the early 1850s, Dakota nations were relocated by the U.S. government to live alongside the Mississippi River. "But Minnesota's non-native population grew nearly 30x in between 1850 and 1860, leaving many members of the Dakota without crucial land and resources." MSP Magazine


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E66 - Saint Paul Minnesota - 1867
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E66 - Panorama of St Paul Minnesota - 1873
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E66 - View of St Paul Minnesota - 1874
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E66 - St Paul Minnesota State Capital and County Seat of Ramsey Co - 1883
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I grew up on Summit Avenue!

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I grew up on Summit Avenue!

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Second Minnesota State Capitol

This is the second Minnesota State Capitol building, but not the current one. The first building burnt down in a fire in 1881 and the Capitol seen here was completed in 1883. The second iteration stood until 1937, when it was demolished for the existing building to begin construction.

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Second Minnesota State Capitol

This is the second Minnesota State Capitol building, but not the current one. The first building burnt down in a fire in 1881 and the Capitol seen here was completed in 1883. The second iteration stood until 1937, when it was demolished for the existing building to begin construction.

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E66 - St Paul Minnesota Ice Palace and Winter Carnival Souvenir - 1888
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E66 - Birds Eye View of St Paul Looking West from Daytons Bluff - 1893
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Modern rail yard in Saint Paul

A complex rail yard. Most of these lines still stand today, but have been absorbed by larger carriers.

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Modern rail yard in Saint Paul

A complex rail yard. Most of these lines still stand today, but have been absorbed by larger carriers.

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E66 - St Paul Minnesota - 1906
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E66 - Birds Eye View of the City of Saint Peter Nicollet County Minnesota - 1870
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E66 - Birds Eye View of Shakopee Scott County Minnesota - 1869
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Image of a Shakopee Chief gaining citizenship in 1924.

The name "Shakopee" comes from the first band leader, Chief Shakopee. "He acquired the name when his wife, White Buffalo Woman, gave birth to sextuplet boys. Shakopee means "the six." Wikipedia The settlers that arrived in the mid 1800s chose to retain the name.

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Image of a Shakopee Chief gaining citizenship in 1924.

The name "Shakopee" comes from the first band leader, Chief Shakopee. "He acquired the name when his wife, White Buffalo Woman, gave birth to sextuplet boys. Shakopee means "the six." Wikipedia The settlers that arrived in the mid 1800s chose to retain the name.

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E66 - Birds Eye View of the City of Stillwater Washington County Minnesota - 1870
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Signage from the Discover Stillwater tourism site.

Nicknamed "the Birthplace of Minnesota, Stillwater is the site of signage for many treaties between the US government and Ojibwa and Dakota nations. The treaties allowed for settlement in the area to begin. Years later, conversations in regards to state territory were also held in Stillwater, leading Minnesota to officially become a territory in 1849 and a state in 1858. Wikipedia

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Signage from the Discover Stillwater tourism site.

Nicknamed "the Birthplace of Minnesota, Stillwater is the site of signage for many treaties between the US government and Ojibwa and Dakota nations. The treaties allowed for settlement in the area to begin. Years later, conversations in regards to state territory were also held in Stillwater, leading Minnesota to officially become a territory in 1849 and a state in 1858. Wikipedia

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E66 - Birds Eye View of the City of Winona Minnesota - 1867
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Winona Normal School

The first normal school west of the Mississippi in 1858. Now dubbed "teacher's colleges," this was the start for in higher education. MNopedia

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Winona Normal School

The first normal school west of the Mississippi in 1858. Now dubbed "teacher's colleges," this was the start for in higher education. MNopedia

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First Baptist Church in Winona

Churches listed without names, just denominational focus.

Today, most Winona churches are named after Saints, while some have established their town presence as the "First" of their denomination.

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First Baptist Church in Winona

Churches listed without names, just denominational focus.

Today, most Winona churches are named after Saints, while some have established their town presence as the "First" of their denomination.

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E66 - Map of Winona County Minnesota - LG Bennett - 1867
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E66 - Winona Minnesota - 1874
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E66 - Winona Minnesota - 1889
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E66 - Panoramic Maps  & Panoramic Minnesota - A01
E66 - Panoramic Maps & Panoramic Minnesota - A01
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E66 - Panoramic Maps & Panoramic Minnesota - A12
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E66 - Panoramic Maps & Panoramic Minnesota - A13
E66 - San Francisco, by Marriott Britton Rey, 1875
E66 - San Francisco, by Marriott Britton Rey, 1875
E66 - San Francisco, by Locator Publishing Co., 1915
E66 - San Francisco, by Locator Publishing Co., 1915
E66 - Jerusalem by Hogenberg 1575
E66 - Jerusalem by Hogenberg 1575
E66 - Civitas Hierusalem - Giovanni Francesco Camocio - 1570 from Martin van Brauman
E66 - Civitas Hierusalem - Giovanni Francesco Camocio - 1570 from Martin van Brauman
E66 - An Illustrated Historical Atlas of the State of Minnesota - Alfred Theodore Andreas - 1874
E66 - An Illustrated Historical Atlas of the State of Minnesota - Alfred Theodore Andreas - 1874
E66 - Birds Eye View of Austin Mower County Minnesota - Ruger and Stoner - 1870
E66 - Birds Eye View of Austin Mower County Minnesota - Ruger and Stoner - 1870
E66 - Birds Eye View of Anoka County Minnesota - Ruger Albert - 1869
E66 - Birds Eye View of Anoka County Minnesota - Ruger Albert - 1869
E66 - Brainerd City of Mines -  Arthur G McCoy - 1914
E66 - Brainerd City of Mines - Arthur G McCoy - 1914
E66 - View of Duluth Minnesota - 1883
E66 - View of Duluth Minnesota - 1883
E66 - Perspective Map of Duluth Minnesota - 1887
E66 - Perspective Map of Duluth Minnesota - 1887
E66 - Perspective Map of Duluth Minnesota - 1893
E66 - Perspective Map of Duluth Minnesota - 1893
E66 - The Twin Ports Superior Wisconsin Duluth Minnesota - Henry Wellge - 1915
E66 - The Twin Ports Superior Wisconsin Duluth Minnesota - Henry Wellge - 1915
E66 - Birds Eye View of the City of Faribault Rice County Minnesota - Albert Ruger - 1869
E66 - Birds Eye View of the City of Faribault Rice County Minnesota - Albert Ruger - 1869
E66 - Birds Eye View of the City of Hastings Dakota Co Minnesota - Albert Ruger - 1867
E66 - Birds Eye View of the City of Hastings Dakota Co Minnesota - Albert Ruger - 1867
E66 - Birds Eye View of the city of Mankato Blue Earth County Minnesota -1870
E66 - Birds Eye View of the city of Mankato Blue Earth County Minnesota -1870
E66 - Lake City Wabasha Co Minnesota - Albert Ruger - 1867
E66 - Lake City Wabasha Co Minnesota - Albert Ruger - 1867
E66 - Birds Eye View of Luverne County Seat of Rock County Minnesota - 1883
E66 - Birds Eye View of Luverne County Seat of Rock County Minnesota - 1883
E66 - Minneapolis and Saint Anthony Minnesota - Albert Ruger - 1867
E66 - Minneapolis and Saint Anthony Minnesota - Albert Ruger - 1867
E66 - Panorama of Minneapolis Minnesota - 1873
E66 - Panorama of Minneapolis Minnesota - 1873
E66 - Minneapolis Minnesota - 1874
E66 - Minneapolis Minnesota - 1874
E66 - Panoramic View of the City of Minneapolis Minnesota - 1879
E66 - Panoramic View of the City of Minneapolis Minnesota - 1879
E66 - Minneapolis Minnesota - 1885
E66 - Minneapolis Minnesota - 1885
E66 - Birds Eye View of Minneapolis Minnesota - 1891
E66 - Birds Eye View of Minneapolis Minnesota - 1891
E66 - Birds Eye View of the City of Minneapolis Minnesota - 1891
E66 - Birds Eye View of the City of Minneapolis Minnesota - 1891
E66 - Birds Eye View of New Ulm Brown County Minnesota - 1870
E66 - Birds Eye View of New Ulm Brown County Minnesota - 1870
E66 - Birds Eye View of Northfield Rice County Minnesota -1869
E66 - Birds Eye View of Northfield Rice County Minnesota -1869
E66 - Birds Eye View of Owatonna Steele County Minnesota - 1870
E66 - Birds Eye View of Owatonna Steele County Minnesota - 1870
E66 - Birds Eye View of the City of Redwing Coodhue Co Minnesota - 1868
E66 - Birds Eye View of the City of Redwing Coodhue Co Minnesota - 1868
E66 - Panoramic view of the City of Red Wing Goddhue Co Minnesota - 1880
E66 - Panoramic view of the City of Red Wing Goddhue Co Minnesota - 1880
E66 - Birds Eye View of the City  of Rochester Olmsted County Minnesota - 1869
E66 - Birds Eye View of the City of Rochester Olmsted County Minnesota - 1869
E66 - Birds Eye View of the City  of Saint Cloud Stearns County Minnesota - 1869
E66 - Birds Eye View of the City of Saint Cloud Stearns County Minnesota - 1869
E66 - City of St Paul Capital of Minnesota - 1853
E66 - City of St Paul Capital of Minnesota - 1853
E66 - Saint Paul Minnesota - 1867
E66 - Saint Paul Minnesota - 1867
E66 - Panorama of St Paul Minnesota - 1873
E66 - Panorama of St Paul Minnesota - 1873
E66 - View of St Paul Minnesota - 1874
E66 - View of St Paul Minnesota - 1874
E66 - St Paul Minnesota State Capital and County Seat of Ramsey Co - 1883
E66 - St Paul Minnesota State Capital and County Seat of Ramsey Co - 1883
E66 - St Paul Minnesota Ice Palace and Winter Carnival Souvenir - 1888
E66 - St Paul Minnesota Ice Palace and Winter Carnival Souvenir - 1888
E66 - Birds Eye View of St Paul Looking West from Daytons Bluff - 1893
E66 - Birds Eye View of St Paul Looking West from Daytons Bluff - 1893
E66 - St Paul Minnesota - 1906
E66 - St Paul Minnesota - 1906
E66 - Birds Eye View of the City of Saint Peter Nicollet County Minnesota - 1870
E66 - Birds Eye View of the City of Saint Peter Nicollet County Minnesota - 1870
E66 - Birds Eye View of Shakopee Scott County Minnesota - 1869
E66 - Birds Eye View of Shakopee Scott County Minnesota - 1869
E66 - Birds Eye View of the City of Stillwater Washington County Minnesota - 1870
E66 - Birds Eye View of the City of Stillwater Washington County Minnesota - 1870
E66 - Birds Eye View of the City of Winona Minnesota - 1867
E66 - Birds Eye View of the City of Winona Minnesota - 1867
E66 - Map of Winona County Minnesota - LG Bennett - 1867
E66 - Map of Winona County Minnesota - LG Bennett - 1867
E66 - Winona Minnesota - 1874
E66 - Winona Minnesota - 1874
E66 - Winona Minnesota - 1889
E66 - Winona Minnesota - 1889
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