Minnesota History Bulletin, Volume 4
Minnesota Historical Society., 1922 - Minnesota
Vols. 2-5 include the 19th-22d Biennial reports of the Society, 1915/16-1922/23 (in v. 2-3 as supplements, in v. 4-5 as extra numbers.)
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Page 438 - Once more upon the waters ! yet once more ! And the waves bound beneath me as a steed That knows his rider. Welcome to their roar! Swift be their guidance, wheresoe'er it lead ! Though the strain'd mast should quiver as a reed.
Page 254 - Officers 1. The president shall preside at all meetings of the Society and of the Executive Council and shall perform such other duties as the council may assign to him.
Page 63 - ... be it further Resolved, That these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of the Board of Education and that a copy of the same be sent to the family of the deceased.
Page 144 - ... improvements : Provided, That said certificates or scrip shall not embrace more than six hundred and forty, nor less than forty acres each, and provided that the same shall be equally apportioned, as nearly as practicable, among those entitled to an interest in said reservation : And provided further. That no transfer or conveyance of any of said certificates or scrip shall be valid.
Page 318 - Government and the extreme popularity of the sea service, added to old and false prejudices and habits, makes it difficult to render the commerce of neutral nations as sacred as it ought to be, but nothing should detain me from the attempt, if I saw a probability of succeeding. I cannot express to you the satisfaction I have felt in seeing the forts given up. I may tell you, in confidence, what may astonish you as it did me, that up to the very last debate in the House of Lords, the ministry did...
Page 310 - They at best are only the barren parts of the continent, the refuse of the earlier adventurers, which the French, who came last, had taken only as better than nothing.
Page 19 - I should make in selected areas, detailed study of the correlations between party votes, by precincts, wards, etc., soils, nationalities and state-origins of the voter, assessment rolls, denominational groups, illiteracy, etc. What kind of people tend to be Whigs, what Democrats, Abolitionists, etc.? This can be ascertained by such studies, and it would be the first time such correlations have been worked out on any considerable scale.
Page 254 - Board, who shall also be officers of the organization as incorporated, shall be a President, a Vice President, a Secretary, a Treasurer, and an Attorney, who, together with two others, shall constitute the Executive Committee...