Minnesota History Quarterly Summer 2014 (64:2)
Flour Power: People’s Company Bakery
by Phil Anderson
A dedicated band of bakers-to-be establishes a long-lasting Twin Cities institution that pioneers natural-food trends still with us today.
Harriet Bishop and the Chesapeake Disaster
by Brenda L. Thomas
A near miss for Minnesota’s first schoolteacher, to be sure, but the “if--then” outcome is not as certain as historians have claimed.
First Fight: Bud Heinselman and the BWCA, 1964---65
by Kevin Proescholdt
The forester, ecologist, and passionate wilderness advocate gains strategic experience and sharpens his skills in the opening battle of the fifteen-year fight to preserve the Boundary Waters.
Bonnie Wilson joins the Walton family for tea.
Laura Weber visits the Martin and Morrison Block, “the neatest and most tasty” building in old St. Anthony.
George Morrison’s Art * St. Paul Union Depot
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