Minnesota Historical Society

The Minnesota Historical Society is a private, non-profit educational and cultural institution dedicated to preserving the history of the state of Minnesota. It was founded by the territorial legislature in 1849 and is named in the Minnesota Constitution.

The Minnesota Historical Society manages 26 historic sites and museums:

- Forest History Center

- Historic Forestville

- Historic Fort Snelling

- Marine Mill

- Mill City Museum

- Oliver H. Kelley Farm

- James J. Hill House

- Jeffers Petroglyphs

- Lac qui Parle Mission

- Charles A. Lindbergh House

- Mille Lacs Indian Museum

- Minnesota History Center

- Minnesota State Capitol

- North West Company Fur Post

- Birch Coulee Battlefield

- Alexander Ramsey House

- Sibley House Historic Site

- Split Rock Lighthouse

- Comstock House

- Folsom House

- Minnehaha Depot

- Fort Ridgely

- Harkin Store

- W.W. Mayo House

- Lower Sioux Agency

- Traverse des Sioux

Text source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minnesota_Historical_Society
Photo source: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Minnesota_Historical_Society_20060917.jpg

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