This is Part 6 of my ongoing series of posts about great online resources from historical societies, archives, libraries, and other places around Minnesota. Don’t forget to check the websites of these organizations for lists, catalogs, and finding aids that tell you about the other extensive research resources that need to be used in person. You will be astounded at all that is available both online and in these places.
City of Minneapolis Archives: The Minneapolis City Clerk’s Office, with the assistance of the Urban Scholars summer internship program, has digitized many historic images and materials. This is an ongoing project. https://www.flickr.com/photos/mplsarchives
Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minnesota, Lutheran Church Archives: finding aids for congregational histories, biographical files regarding clergy and church leaders, and microfilmed church records (ending about 1930). https://gustavus.edu/library/archives/LCA/
Minnesota County Maps: www.dot.state.mn.us/maps/gdma/maps-county-alpha.html
To view Parts 1-5 scroll down the right hand side of this page to Categories and click on Minnesota.
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