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History and Heritage in St Peter, MN

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March, 1856 Traverse des Sioux and St. Peter organized a cemetery Assoc. purchasing 10 acres. Early Missionaries, pio... hmdb.org

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About 150 feet North of this Park was the old boat landing. Boat transportation from the earliest years of this area ... hmdb.org

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In 1871, Eugene St. Julien Cox, a man of eccentric tastes and "great vigor of mind" built this picturesque neo-Gothic... hmdb.org

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The Old French Cemetery was located south of this ravine. The earliest settlers and a few Indians were buried there u... hmdb.org

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This memorial is dedicated to all the men and women from Nicollet County who served their country in the military ser... hmdb.org

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First property owner was Wm. B. Dodd. Fourth property owner, Adolph Bornemann, born in Traverse des Sioux 1862. His f... hmdb.org

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A county museum and more, the museum's exhibits tell the story of the Dakota people, the first explorers,... exploreminnesota.com

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Marking the Site of the Treaty of Traverse des Sioux July 23, 1851 Erected by Captain Richard Somers Chapter Daughter... hmdb.org

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For generations, the land stretching out around you was the homeland of the Dakota Indians. Through treaties in 1851,... hmdb.org

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This memorial is dedicated to all the men and women from Nicollet County who served their country in the military ser... hmdb.org

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In 1871, Eugene St. Julien Cox, a man of eccentric tastes and "great vigor of mind" built this picturesque neo-Gothic... hmdb.org

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Marking the Site of the Treaty of Traverse des Sioux July 23, 1851 Erected by Captain Richard Somers Chapter Daughter... hmdb.org

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First property owner was Wm. B. Dodd. Fourth property owner, Adolph Bornemann, born in Traverse des Sioux 1862. His f... hmdb.org

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This ancient fording place, the "Crossing of the Sioux," was on the heavily traveled trail from St. Paul and Fort Sne... hmdb.org

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The Old French Cemetery was located south of this ravine. The earliest settlers and a few Indians were buried there u... hmdb.org

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March, 1856 Traverse des Sioux and St. Peter organized a cemetery Assoc. purchasing 10 acres. Early Missionaries, pio... hmdb.org

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About 150 feet North of this Park was the old boat landing. Boat transportation from the earliest years of this area ... hmdb.org

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The Blue Earth County Historical Society employs many tactics in order to keep the history of the county ... americanheritage.com

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Le Sueur Tigers No. 1, William Dellaughter, commander I. Allen, E. Bacon, A. Bangs, H. Bridenthall, B. Birdsall, J. B... hmdb.org

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Geologically young when compared with ancient rivers such as the Nile or the Amazon, the Minnesota River is only abou... hmdb.org

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