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The heavy cruiser USS MINNEAPOLIS was the second US Navy ship to bear the name. She was built at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, and commissioned 19 May 1934. MINNEAPOLIS was at sea off Pearl Harbor when Japan attacked on 7 December 1941. From then, u…
This church stands as the first Minneapolis Methodist Church founded west of the Mississippi River. It has been the site of several Annual Conference sessions and twice Methodist bishops have been consecrated at its altar. Having brought scores of…
John H. Field · O.L. Loberg · Dr. F. Moody S.A. Nelson · Oliver Prestholdt Dr. Ivar Sivertsen · Dr. C.O. Solberg J.S. Strate · E. H. Sund · Dr. A.C. Tingdale R. T. Tingdale · Chr…
". . . a bit of natural growth is a source of greater delight to the true nature lover than the most beautiful and most highly cultivated garden" —Eloise Butler Teacher and botanist Eloise Butler was the Garden's founder. Born i…
Do you know how many bandshells have been built at Lake Harriet? Five, each each built with a distinct style and features. 1888: The first bandshell was constructed by the Minneapolis Street Railway Company on their property near the rail line…
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior
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Given to the people of Minneapolis in 1891 by F.H. Peavey as a drinking fountain for horses. This monument was rededicated as a memorial to the horses of the 151st Field Artillery Minnesota National Guard killed in action in the First World War.
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places By the United States Department of the Interior
Built in 1904-05 by the U.S. Army, Buildings 17 and 18 were constructed as double barracks to house cavalry troops. By 1911 the cavalry had left Fort Snelling, but the buildings continued to house troops through the early 1940s as the post grew in…