Minnesota History Magazine

Vol. 67 No. 1 Spring 2020

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Contents and Contributors

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Editor's Note/Masthead: Personal histories

Laura Weber

Page/s: 2-2

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Curator's Choice: Pro-Union, anti-Republican Party letter

Duane P. Swanson

Page/s: 3-3

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EyeWitness: A sinister parade float

John Rosengren

Page/s: 4-4

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LandMarks: Stuntz Bay Boathouse Historic District, vicinity of Tower

Denis P. Gardner

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Gaining Sweat Equity: Girls Push for Place on High School Teams

Sheri Brenden

Page/s: 6-16

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Built to Last: The Historic Spangenberg Farmhouses

Diane Trout-Oertel

Page/s: 17-29

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"Two Cats Have Died, and I'm Not Feeling So Good Myself": Origins of Minnesota's State Superfund Law

Stephen J. Lee

Page/s: 30-42

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Book Review: The Hardest Lot of Men: The Third Minnesota Infantry in the Civil War by Joseph Fitzharris

Matthew Cassady

Page/s: 43-43

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Book Review: Gichi Bitobig, Grand Marais: Early Accounts of the Anishinaabeg and the North Shore by Timothy Cochrane

Mattie H. DeCarlo

Page/s: 44-44

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Book Review: The Dakota Sioux Experience at Flandreau and Pipestone Indian Schools by Cynthia Leanne Landrum

Tyler Taylor

Page/s: 45-45

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Take Three, News & Notes, Our Back Pages

Page/s: 46-48

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Preserving > Sharing > Connecting : Hognander's love of Minnesota history instilled early

Page/s: inside back-inside back

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