Minnesota: A History
In this volume, William Lass tells the story of Minnesota, a state that evolved from many cultures, from its beginnings to the present. This history not only provides descriptions of the essential events of Minnesota's past but also offers an interpretation of major trends and characteristics of the state and its distinctiveness within the context of the nation's story.
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The Land and First People
The Viking Myth
Europeans in the Wilderness
Minnesotas Quest for Empire
Trials of Statehood
Peopling the Land
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