Blogs & Blog Posts on History in Minnesota



Blogs on "History"

Tolstoy and Me
A Minnesota woman tries to remedy the hole in her education by reading Tols...

Yesterday's News
Sample Minnesota's rich history, courtesy of a microfilm archive of ne...

A Coded Life Unveiled
“A Coded Life Unveiled” is a blog intended to celebrate freedom, spark...

The Resort Guide
The Resort Guide offers travel tips, behind the scenes stories of the happe...

Gnome Gnotes from the Minnesota River Valley
Things to do and places to go, decorating ideas, local activities around Gr...

A Closer Look at Flyover Land
A closer look at all that Minnesota has to offer, and why you shouldn'...

Blog Posts on History

Who is the all time Twins' most valuable player? by the tenth inning stretch on Feb 2, 2012 in historyI do know that this a fairly controversial question and there are probably 4-5 players who will roll off any Twins' fans' tongue in any order and the answer could be alright. On the other hand, the answer to this question is somewhat meaningless, if...



How the integration barrier broke for the Twins' franchise by the tenth inning stretch on Feb 1, 2012 in Senators, Carlos Paula, historyFebruary is African American/Black History Month so I wanted to contribute by looking at the integration of the Twins franchise. And it did happen at the Senators' years. The Washington Senators, even though they were one of the first Major League...



No Dirt For Me Please! by A Scoutmaster's Blog on Feb 1, 2012 in camping, Nostalgia, story, cooking, historyCooking on a Boy Scout camping trip can be an interesting experience, especially with young inexperienced campers. I have seen many burned pancakes, half raw hamburgers, and overturned pots during my days as a scoutmaster. When I am eating something...



I Like to Visit … by Northern Narratives on Jan 31, 2012 in Places, buildings, design, history, postaweek2012, sandstone, WisconsinI like to visit historic buildings. I like to visit places where the old and the new elements are mixed together. This building in Superior, Wisconsin, for example, was built in 1890. It doesn’t take much detective work to figure … Continue r...



" The Ford in the River " by EXIT 153 HOLDINGFORD TODAY on Jan 31, 2012 in history, HAHS, Historical SocietiesImage via WikipediaImage via WikipediaImage via WikipediaHoldingford  Area Historical  Society is selling the reprint of " The Ford in the River " the history of the Holdingford area first published in 1985. Related articlesBoundary Histori...



True Science for Boys by Pharyngula on Jan 30, 2012 in HistoryAh, the 19th century…when mad scientists were really mad, and not only that, they were popular at parties. In 1818, Dr Ure and Professor Jeffray obtained the freshly killed corpse of Matthew Clydesdale, only an hour from the hangman's noose, a...



Heartwarming Animal Stories Review - "Saving Gracie" by Harvest Moon by Hand on Jan 29, 2012 in read, books, history, reading, pets, Heartwarming Animal Stories Reading Challenge, animalsFor the first book of the Heartwarming Animal Stories 2012 Reading Challenge, I chose Saving Gracie: How One Dog Escaped the Shadowy World of American Puppy Mills by Carol Bradley.This is a eye-opening narrative that shares how on...



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