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by Sarah P. Rubinstein

ePub Minnesota History Along the Highways: A Guide to Historic Markers and Sites download
Author:
Sarah P. Rubinstein
ISBN13:
978-0873514569
ISBN:
0873514564
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Publisher:
Minnesota Historical Society Press; 1 edition (May 5, 2003)
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This is a great guide for anyone exploring Minnesota by car. It lists 348 highway markers and their complete texts, all arranged by county.

This is a great guide for anyone exploring Minnesota by car. There is also a very thorough index of topics and names mentioned on the markers. Local history buffs or anybody interested in Minnesota history and geology will find this book a wonderful read. 4 people found this helpful.

Start by marking Minnesota History Along the Highways: A Guide to. .This travel guide presents the locations and texts of 254 historic markers, 60 geologic markers, and 29 historic monuments in all corners of the state.

Start by marking Minnesota History Along the Highways: A Guide to Historic Markers Sites as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The markers honor fur traders and settlers, explorers and miners, Civil War soldiers and entrepreneurs; they For more than 125 years Minnesotans have been marking the places where significant historic events occurred.

A handy travel guide to more than 300 historic markers and monuments throughout Minnesota.

by Sarah P. Rubinstein. For more than 125 years Minnesotans have been marking the places where significant historic events occurred. The markers honour fur traders and settlers, explorers and miners, Civil War soldiers and entrepreneurs; they explain waterfalls and sand plains and glacial potholes. Some have stood for over a century, marking the sites of the Dakota War of 1862.

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Minnesota History Along the Highways: A.A handy travel guide to more than 300 historic markers and monuments throughout the state.

Minnesota History Along the Highways: A Guide to Historic Markers & Sites.

in Minnesota History Along the Highways: A Guide to Historic Markers and Sites, by Sarah P.Visit Instructions: A photo of the 'Marker' or 'Plaque' is required to identify the location, plus a picture of the 'Historic Site'. Rubinstein). Marker Type:: Roadside. Visit Instructions: A photo of the 'Marker' or 'Plaque' is required to identify the location, plus a picture of the 'Historic Site' Geocaching. com Google Map Google Maps MapQuest Bing Maps. Nearest Waymarks Nearest Minnesota Historical Markers Nearest Geocaches Nearest Benchmarks. Create a scavenger hunt using this waymark as the center point. Recent Visits/Logs: Date Logged.

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For more than 125 years Minnesotans have been marking the places where significant historic events occurred. This travel guide presents the locations and texts of 254 historic markers, 60 geologic markers, and 29 historic monuments in all corners of the state. The markers honor fur traders and settlers, explorers and miners, Civil War soldiers and entrepreneurs; they explain waterfalls and sand plains and glacial potholes. Some have stood for over a century, marking the sites of the Dakota War of 1862. Others, more recent, enhance the interstate highways with brief, informative histories of Red River trails, immigrant communities, and important industries.Each entry includes the location of the marker or monument along the state's highways and county roads. For the traveler's ease of use, the entries are grouped by region and by county and many photographs convey a sense of the history to be found at these places. This handy and informative guide is the perfect traveling companion for your next road trip.