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by Bertha Lion Heilbron

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Author:
Bertha Lion Heilbron
ISBN13:
978-0963933898
ISBN:
0963933892
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Publisher:
Afton Historical Society Pr; 1st edition (October 1, 1996)
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Americas
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1747 kb
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by Bertha Lion Heilbron. Published October 1996 by Afton Historical Society Press.

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This collection of brief first-person descriptions and anecdotes chronicles how Christmas, New Year's, and Thanksgiving were celebrated in nineteenth-century Minnesota. The materials are drawn from documents at the Minnesota Historical Society, and many have appeared before in print.

GLIMPSE PIONEER CELEBRATIONS at Fort Snelling and in early communities including Fairbault, Hastings, LeSueur, Minneapolis, Sauk Center, Saint Paul, Shakopee, and Winona.