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Minnesota 150 : the people, places, and things that shape our state

Author: Kate Roberts
Publisher: St. Paul : Minnesota Historical Society Press, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The people have spoken. Minnesota wouldn't be Minnesota without Bob Dylan. Or the BWCA. Immigrants. The American Indian Movement. Thousands of citizens nominated their favorite topics for inclusion in Minnesota 150. With short essays, eye-catching illustrations, and text from the winning nominations, Kate Roberts reveals the many ways in which our past becomes our collective history." "Read stories from people like  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographies
History
Biography
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Kate Roberts
ISBN: 9780873515948 0873515943
OCLC Number: 144547876
Description: xv, 224 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm
Contents: Preface --
Acknowledgments --
American Indian Movement --
Ancient tropical sea --
Elmer L. Andersen --
Arrival of major league sports --
Atmosphere --
Ann Bancroft --
Margaret Culkin Banning --
John Beargrease --
Charles Albert Bender --
Patty Berg --
Harriet Bishop --
Charles L. Blandin --
Norman Borlaug --
Boundary Waters Canoe Area --
Fanny Brin --
Bryan v. Itasca County --
Paul Bunyan --
Burma-Shave road signs --
Center for Victims of Torture --
Charter schools --
F. Melius Christiansen --
The Cloquet/Moose Lake fires of 1918 --
Confluence of Mississippi and Minnesota Rivers --
Gratia Alta Countryman ---
Courage Center --
Seymour Cray --
Betty Crocker --
Dan Patch --
Danza Mexica Cuauhtemoc --
Destruction of the Metropolitan Building --
Walter H. Duebener --
Don Miguel (Howard H. Hathaway) --
Ignatius Donnelly --
Duluth lynchings --
Bob Dylan. Ensilage Harvester --
Ethnic presses --
Wilford H. Fawcett --
Finkelstein and Ruben --
First Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment --
F. Scott Fitzgerald --
William Watts Folwell --
Wanda Gág --
Verne Gagne --
Cass Gilbert --
Robert R. Gilruth --
Glaciation --
James Madison Goodhue --
Grand POrtage --
Grasshoppers --
Greyhound Bus Company --
Wendelin Grimm --
Guthrie Theater --
Hall Brothers New Orleans Jazz Band --
Hazelden --
Herter's, Inc. --
Highway 61 along the North Shore --
James J. Hill --
The Honeywell Project ---
The Honeywell round thermostat --
Hubert H. Humphrey --
Immigrants --
Indian boarding schools --
john Ireland --
Iron ore --
Itasca State Park --
Jeffers Petroglyphs --
Frederick McKinley Jones --
J.R. Watkins Medical Company --
Hamilton Harris Judson. Garrison Keillor --
Oliver H. Kelley --
Sister Elizabeth Kenny --
Kensington Runestone --
Theodore F. Koch --
Sinclair Lewis --
Charles A. Lindbergh Jr. --
Ron and Al Lindner --
Maud Hart Lovelace --
Lutheranism --
Warren MacKenzie --
Paul Manship --
Market hunting --
Mayo Clinic --
Eugene J. MacCarthy --
Frederick L. McGhee --
L. David Mech --
Minneapolis Truckers' Strike, 1934 --
Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing --
Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory --
Minnesota Orchestra --
Minnesota State Fair --
Vilhelm Moberg and Ole E. Rølvaag --
Walter F. Mondale --
George Morrison --
Mount Zion Hebrew Congregation --
Munsingwear --
Bronko Nagurski --
Near v. Minnesota --
Knute Nelson --
Floyd B. Olson --
The Olympic Hockey Team, 1980. Bradford Parkison --
Gordon Parks --
The Phyllis Wheatley and Hallie Q. Brown Community Centers --
Pilgrim Baptist Church --
Pipestone --
Veda Ponikvar --
C. Stanley Potter --
Powwows --
Prince --
Elizabeth C. Quinlan --
Rapidan Dam --
Red River trails --
Religious orders --
Joseph Renville --
Martha Ripley --
Henry Hastings Sibley --
Skyways --
Snowmobiles --
Socialist Opera House --
Sound 80 --
Southdale Center --
SPAM --
Allan Spear --
Split Rock lighthouse --
Harold E. Stassen --
State of Minnesota v. Philip Morris --
Ten Thousand Lakes of Minnesota Association --
John Thomas --
Tonka trucks --
Treaty of 1837. Clara Ueland --
University of Minnesota fruit-breeding program --
Unknown champions --
U.S.-Dakota War --
Xang Vang --
Jesse Ventura --
Owen H. Wangensteen --
Washburn Center for Children --
WCAL --
Webster Cooperative Dairy Association --
Paul Wellstone --
Wheat --
Henry B. Whipple --
White pine trees --
The Willmar 8 --
August Wilson --
Wind turbines --
Theodore Wirth --
Essays on sources --
Credits and permissions --
Index.
Other Titles: Minnesota one hundred fifty
Responsibility: Kate Roberts.
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"The people have spoken. Minnesota wouldn't be Minnesota without Bob Dylan. Or the BWCA. Immigrants. The American Indian Movement. Thousands of citizens nominated their favorite topics for inclusion in Minnesota 150. With short essays, eye-catching illustrations, and text from the winning nominations, Kate Roberts reveals the many ways in which our past becomes our collective history." "Read stories from people like former Iron Ranger Brian Weber, who wrote about watching the 1980 Olympic hockey team as a young boy: "It makes me think of our neighbor, a miner with a very Finnish last name, who watched all the games with us. Thinking about it now, after the taconite expansion of the early to mid-1970s, this was the beginning of the end for the mines up there. And I think they knew it. But they felt they had a hockey team and a coach that was fighting for us. And hockey mattered." Learn about the genesis of such iconic businesses as the Greyhound Bus Company, which got its start when Hibbing natives Carl Wickman and Andrew Anderson bought a used Hupmobile, hoping to sell it at a profit." "Through surprising, little-known stories, and two hundred engaging illustrations, Minnesota 150 explores how such intangibles as personal judgment, political climate, and popular taste can shape our view of the past."--Jacket.

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