How time files. This is already Part 5 of my ongoing 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 at these places.
Goodhue County Historical Society, Red Wing
List of 85 cemeteries and the town in which they are located http://goo.gl/gw5oDi
List of many county churches and the town in which they are located http://goo.gl/SsO0Rt
List of places and what they hold for Goodhue County research (courthouse, libraries) http://goo.gl/Tuelzf
Luther Seminary, ELCA Region 3 Archives, St. Paul
Covering the Dakotas and Minnesota, a list of finding aids for a large collection of U.S. Lutheran materials. The early material is largely Norwegian, Danish and Swedish Lutheran records (the 1840’s and on). https://goo.gl/mT8zIm
Winona State University, Winona
Winona Newspaper Archive: Index and images of several newspapers late 19th century to 1976. https://goo.gl/Vz1xeK
Nicollet County Historical Society, St. Peter
Back issues of newsletters 2000-2015 www.nchsmn.org/newsletter.html
UPDATE: To view Parts 1-4, scroll down the right hand side of this page to Categories and click on Minnesota.
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One thought on “Minnesota websites for genealogical & historical research: Part 5”
I’m going to have to find the other parts of this series, since I have some territorial pioneers I need to find out more about. Thank you