Minnesota History Quarterly Summer 2007 (60:6)
A New Flagpole for Historic Fort Snelling
by Stephen E. Osman
It’s based on careful archival research, built to last, and back on its original spot after almost two centuries.
“This Higgledy-Piggledy Assembly”: The McLeods, an Anglo-Dakota Family in Early Minnesota
by Jane Lamm Carroll
A typical 1830s couple, their growing family, and a dramatic social shift that changed the world they had known.
Eugene Debs Becker, Photographer
by Murray Wilson
A look at the legacy of a versatile photographer who believed in documenting history as it happened.
Minnesota's Greatest Generation
A “typical enrollee,” young Frederick Johnson of Red Wing joins the Civilian Conservation Corps.
“Mad dogs” and architecture: Larry Millett visits Bloomington’s Comanche Drive In, a modest roadside attraction.
Hinckley Fire * Jeffersonian Legacy * Szarkowski Photographs
Bonnie Wilson joins an outdoor card game at a popular Minnesota resort.
News & Notes
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