Minnesota History Quarterly Spring 2004 (59:1)
Professor Anderson’s "Food Shot From Guns"
by Frederick L. Johnson
Botanist Alexander P. Anderson discovers how to “puff” rice, wheat, and corn, helping set the table for a revolutionized American breakfast.
B is for Belonging
by Linda Mack Schloff
"B" from the History Center’s A---Z exhibit: The Twin Cities’ Jewish teen scene, 1945---1970, nurtures a whirl of social and religious activity.
"To Remove the Stain": The Trial of the Duluth Lynchers
by William D. Green
Can a city redeem itself? In the aftermath of tragedy, Duluthians struggle to find justice during volatile times. For more information, visit the Duluth Lynchings Online Resource.
Mother Nature Smiled: The Grand Excursion of 1854
by Mark W. Seeley
The Mississippi valley and Minnesota look their best, thanks to a lucky confluence of exceptional weather patterns.
Larry Millett surveys the destruction wrought by St. Paul’s most powerful tornado.
Laura Weber visits Pipestone’s Moore Block, a National Register marvel of quartzite commercial buildings and sandstone carvings.
Being Dakota * Making Minnesota Liberal * History of the Upper Mississippi * Winter Carnival Fire and Ice
Select recipes from Chef Christian Hartmann's handwritten collection of recipes from St. Paul's Winslow House, about 1962.
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