Northern Lights: The Stories of Minnesota's Past

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Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2003 - History - 342 pages
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Surveys the history of Minnesota from the Ice Age through the end of the twentieth century, with "Investigations" which encourage the examination of primary source documents and use of proper historical methods.
 

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Contents

The First Minnesotans
9
The Mysteries of Bradbury Brook
17
The Dakota
24
People on the Move
34
The Ojibwe
40
This
70
The Land Changes Hands
74
In Their Own Words
84
The Good Life
212
Capturing Leisure in Scrapbooks and Diaries
225
St Pauls Gangster Era
240
World War II
248
Cold War Warm Kitchens
267
Playing with History
274
Transforming the Land
298
The Transformation of Duluths Canal Park
308

Minnesotas Newcomers
90
the state during the territorial years
101
Chapters The Civil War
107
Why is Miss R Sick?
204
New Minnesotans
314
Index
326
Credits
332
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