Minnesota History Quarterly Fall 2010 (62:3)
Bicycling in Minneapolis in the Early 20th Century
by Ross D. Petty
Racers, commuters, and pleasure cyclists--men, women, and children--take to the city’s tracks, streets, and cycle paths. It’s the first incarnation of Minneapolis as a bike-minded city.
Common Threads: The Minnesota Immigrant Experience
by Linda A. Cameron
Time moves on but the challenges remain. Oral histories reveal that Minnesota’s more recent Latino, Asian Indian, Hmong, Khmer, Tibetan, and Somali immigrants share many experiences with their nineteenth-century predecessors.
Up! Up! Stadium: Planning and Building a War Memorial
by Matthew Lindaman
The University of Minnesota mobilizes to honor soldiers of the Great War, simultaneously aiming to improve alumni commitment, school spirit, and student fitness.
Bonnie Wilson joins in a double-wedding celebration on St. Paul’s East Side.
Jane King Hession visits Winona’s awe-inspiring Merchants National Bank.
Great Lakes Indians in the Early Reservation Years * Charles Eastman, Dakota Philosopher
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