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Sacred sites of Minnesota

Author: John-Brian Paprock; Teresa Peneguy Paprock
Publisher: Black Earth, Wis. : Trails Books, ©2004.
Series: Trails Books guide.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"For the traveler seeking to find the "spirit" -- however he or she chooses to define that term -- Minnesota is blessed with a large number of sacred sites, many of which are unique. This book profiles approximately 350 sites, including retreat centers, churches, temples, cemeteries, and effigy mounds. Included are some of the oldest holy places in the state, sites that have had meaning for ancient as well as modern  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Guidebooks
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John-Brian Paprock; Teresa Peneguy Paprock
ISBN: 1931599262 9781931599269
OCLC Number: 54951777
Description: 192 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
Contents: Note about the Preservation of Sacred Places --
Introduction: Religion in Minnesota --
Chapter 1. Twin Cities Area --
Best of the Twin Cities --
Native American Sites --
Catholic Sites --
Churches and Related Sites --
Retreat and Religious Centers --
Eastern Rite Catholic Churches --
Eastern Orthodox Sites --
Episcopal Sites --
Lutheran Sites --
Presbyterian Sites --
Baptist Sites --
Methodist Sites --
Other Christian Sites --
Jewish Sites --
Buddhist Sites --
Islamic Sites --
Hindu Sites --
Unitarian/Universalist Sites --
Other Sites --
Chapter 2. Southeastern Minnesota --
Best of Southeastern Minnesota --
Native American and Natural Sites --
Rocks and Bluffs --
Effigy and Burial Mounds --
Springs and Caves --
Catholic Sites --
Episcopal Sites --
Lutheran Sites --
Methodist Sites --
Presbyterian and Congregational Sites --
Other Christian Sites --
Retreat Centers --
Other Sites --
Islamic Centers --
Chapter 3. Southwestern Minnesota --
Best of Southwestern Minnesota --
Native American Sites --
Lutheran Sites --
Churches --
Other Sites --
Catholic Sites --
Cathedrals --
Historic Churches --
Shrines --
Colleges and Retreat Centers --
Episcopal Sites --
Other Churches and Related Sites --
Chapter 4. Northern Minnesota --
Best of Northern Minnesota --
Native American and Natural Sites --
Arrowhead Region and the Lake Superior Shoreline --
Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness --
Rainy Lake and the Northwestern Border Areas --
Headwaters Area --
Other Mound Sites --
Red Lake Reservation --
Mille Lacs Reservation --
Other Native American Sites --
Catholic Sites --
Lutheran Sites --
Episcopal Sites --
Eastern Orthodox Sites --
Other Christian Sites --
Other Sites --
Retreat Centers and Bible Camps --
Appendix 1. Lists of Sites by Religious Category --
1.. Buddhist Sites --
2.. Catholic Sites --
3.. Episcopal Sites --
4.. Indian Mound Sites --
5.. Islamic Sites --
6.. Jewish Sites --
7.. Lutheran Sites --
8.. Methodist Sites --
9.. Orthodox Christian Sites --
10.. Pictographs and Petroglyphs --
11.. Presbyterian and Congregational Sites --
Appendix 2. Retreat Centers by County.
Series Title: Trails Books guide.
Responsibility: John-Brian Paprock, Teresa Peneguy Paprock.

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"For the traveler seeking to find the "spirit" -- however he or she chooses to define that term -- Minnesota is blessed with a large number of sacred sites, many of which are unique. This book profiles approximately 350 sites, including retreat centers, churches, temples, cemeteries, and effigy mounds. Included are some of the oldest holy places in the state, sites that have had meaning for ancient as well as modern people, and many more recent sites. Learn about each site's history, uniqueness, aesthetic beauty, and "awe." Specific location and contact information is also included. Book jacket."--BOOK JACKET.

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