Minnesota Historical Society
Birth (1871-1949) and death (1871-1908, 1914-1953) records. Entries for 1914-1933 are indexed
Minnesota Historical Society
Files created by Minnesota State Historic Preservation Office staff in the course of reviewing construction, rehabilitation, and demolition projects to ensure that sites and properties of historic significance were not adversely affected
Minnesota Historical Society
Biographical information; newspaper clippings; research notes; essays, lectures, and scripts; programs; brochures, leaflets, and fliers; posters; photographs and picture postcards; and correspondence reflecting the interests and related activities of a Fairfax (Minn.) attorney, especially those relating to Fort Ridgely and the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862, the history and culture of American Indians, politics, music, and religion
Minnesota Historical Society
This project chronicles the lives of Minnesota Native Americans who lived during World War II and are part of "Minnesota's Greatest Generation." Some of the subjects discussed include growing up on a reservation; attending government run boarding schools; powwows; the Civilian Conservation Corps [CCC]; the Works Progress Administration [WPA]; enlisting in the armed forces; past and present life at the Red Lake Indian Reservation; the Great Depression; combat experiences during World War II; life after the war; the dropping of the atomic bombs; American Indian cultural identity and traditions; the American Indian Movement; and views on the Cold War and Iraq War
Minnesota Historical Society
Photocopied reminiscence relating the story of the Morgan and Hughes familes from southwestern Minnesota. Includes information about family life and lore, and the Dakota war. The Morgan family is Welsh
Minnesota Historical Society
Biographical information and correspondence (principally letters sent) by Thomas B. Ronan of Winona County, Minnesota to his parents and family while serving in the Signal Corps during World War I at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas (May 1917-May 1918), Camp Mills, Long Island (May-June 1918), and at various locations in France (June 1918-March 1919). Also includes several narrative reminiscences containing general historical details of the war
Minnesota Historical Society
Basic files documenting the incarceration of individuals at the facility. The early files, 1903-1951, include those of inmates transferred from the State Training School for Boys when the Sauk Centre facility opened in 1911. The later files, circa 1950-1978, have large gaps and it is presumed that the missing numbers were for individuals incarcerated elsewhere within the correction system. They also contain files for male inmates beginning in 1967
Minnesota Historical Society
Primarily the administrative files of Charles V. Turnbull, chief executive officer (1975- ) and Harold Gillespie, administrator (1969-1974)
Minnesota Historical Society
School district record, clerk's books, complete combination records, and attendance registers
Minnesota Historical Society
Unpublished manuscript written by Chester W. Wood, a professor at the University of Minnesota-Duluth from 1948-1970, on the history of secondary schools and education in Minnesota