The National Register of Historic Places in Minnesota: A Guide

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Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2003 - Architecture - 335 pages
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Minnesotans can boast of a treasure trove of historic buildings, landmarks, and sites in our state. Produced by Minnesota's State Historic Preservation Office, this comprehensive, illustrated guide, useful for travel or armchair research, includes the districts, sites, buildings, structures, and objects significant to the state's history, architecture, archaeology, engineering, and culture. A county-by-county inventory presents descriptive information for each property including name, location, date, architectural style and designer, original owner, and entertaining historical sidelights. From churches to water towers, lighthouses to shipwrecks, a gas station to a fur-trade depot, this book delivers the wealth and variety of Minnesota's history into your hands.

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Mary Ann Nord is a Minneapolis-based writer and editor specializing in history, historic preservation, and the arts Larry Millett, the former architecture critic for the St. Paul Pioneer Press, is the author of Lost Twin Cities and Twin Cities Then and Now

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