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Minnesota, its advantages to settlers, 1868

being a brief synopsis of its history and progress, climate, soil, agricultural and manufacturing facilities, commercial capacities, and social status, its lakes, rivers and railroads, homestead and exemption laws ...

by Girart Hewitt

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Published by Hewitt in St. Paul .
Written in English

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  • Minnesota
    • Subjects:
    • Minnesota -- Description and travel

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF606 .H595
      The Physical Object
      Pagination40 p. ;
      Number of Pages40
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6083122M
      LC Control Number50049686
      OCLC/WorldCa10097916

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This book was published by the State of Minnesota and was intended to attract settlers. Among the attractions it promotes are the State's agricultural and manufacturing resources and production, climate and its healthful benefits, transportation network, social conditions, natural beauty, and abundance of available land for homesteading.

Minnesota, its advantages to settlers, being a brief synopsis of its history and progress, climate, soil, agricultural and manufacturing facilities, commercial capacities, and social status, its lakes, rivers and railroads, homestead and exemption : Minnesota: its advantages to settlers. Being a brief synopsis of its history and progress, climate, soil, agricultural and manufacturing facilities, commercial capacities, and social status; its lakes, rivers and railroads; homestead and exemption laws; embracing a concise treatise on its climatology, in a hygenic and sanitary point of view.

In the northren part of the State is an immense forest region estimated to cover upwards of 21, square miles, constituting one of the great sources of health and industry of the State. The prevailing wood of this region is pine, with a considerable proportion of ash. COVID Resources.

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This database, originally published by the state inis a guidebook intended to attract settlers to the area. MINNESOTA: ITS ADVANTAGES TO SETTLERS Its History and Its advantages to settlers, Climate, Soil, Agricultural and Manufacturing Facilities, Commercial Capacities, and Social Status; Its Lakes, Rivers and Railroads; Homestead and Exemption Laws.

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Philadelphia: Ashmead, 72 p. Minnesota: its advantages to settlers. Being a brief synopsis of its history and progress, climate, soil, agricultural and manufacturing facilities, commercial capacities, and social status; its lakes, rivers and railroads; homestead and exemption laws; embracing a concise treatise on its climatology, in a hygenic and sanitary point.

its advantages to settlers Minnesota, its advantages to settlers, being a brief synopsis of its history and progress, climate, soil, agricultural and manufacturing facilities, commercial capacities, and social status, its lakes, rivers and railroads, homestead and exemption laws.

Decem – “The province of Louisiana, embracing that portion of Minnesota west of the Mississippi, was ceded to the United States. Minnesota: its advantages to settlers.

Being a brief synopsis of its history and progress, climate, soil, agricultural and manufacturing facilities, commercial capacities, and social status; its lakes, rivers and railroads; homestead and exemption laws; embracing a concise treatise on its climatology, in a hygenic and sanitary point of view Author: Girart] [Hewitt.

MINNESOTA HISTORY VOLUME 21 SEPTEMBER, NUMBER 3 ROADS AND THE SETTLEMENT OF MINNESOTA IN THE STORY of settlement in America, the difficulty of travel in newly opened areas is a constantly recurring theme. As soon as the settlers File Size: 2MB. See all books authored by Girart Hewitt, including Minnesota: Its Advantages to Settlers, (Classic Reprint), and Minnesota, and more on Looking for books by Girart Hewitt.

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Minnesota: Its Advantages to Settlers ( edition), by Girart Hewitt (multiple formats with commentary at ) Minnesota: Its Character and Climate, by Ledyard Bill (multiple formats with commentary at ) The Seat of Empire, by Charles Carleton Coffin (page images at.

Why the s were a pivotal decade of change for Minnesotans To mark the th anniversary of the Star Tribune, we looked at census data for a snapshot of the state in its.

The history of the U.S. state of Minnesota is shaped by its original Native American residents, European exploration and settlement, and the emergence of industries made possible by the state's natural resources. Minnesota achieved prominence through fur trading, logging, and farming, and later through railroads, and iron mining.

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The Norwegian settlers moved first into southeastern Minnesota from the Wisconsin Territory, starting in ByNorwegian farming settlements dotted the state. Swedish pioneer settlement came to Minnesota through Chicago and other eastern cities and, at first, concentrated in the Red River and St.

Croix Valleys. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Minnesota and its Resources, To which Are Appended Camp-Fire Sketches, by J. Wesley Bond (page images at MOA) Minnesota As It Is inby John W.

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InMr. Frink published "A Record of Rice County, Minnesota, being a review of the settlement, growth and prosperity of the county, and a brief description of its towns and villages." It was neatly printed at the "Central Republican" office, and was a book of thirty-two pages.

books reviewing the history of Minnesota and enumerating its advantages had appeared before Several of the newspapers also' conducted a kind of information bureau for the benefit of prospective settlers and visitors. But the in­ fluence of the File Size: 1MB.

Moberg's extensive research in the papers of Swedish emigrants in archival collections, including the Minnesota Historical Society, enabled him to incorporate many details of pioneer life. First published between and in Swedish, these four books were considered a single work by Moberg, who intended that they be read as documentary novels.

The first inhabitants of Minnesota were Paleo-Indians as early back as 7, to 9, years ago. The Dakota (Sioux), and Ojibwe (Chippewa) Indians arrived later from the North and East.

Nordic Vikings may have visited Minnesota in the ’s, but the only evidence of this is the controversial Kensington Runestone which was discovered in [ ].

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History of Blue Earth County Blue Earth County is located in the heart of southern Minnesota, on the western edge of an area once known as the “Big Woods.” Important features of the county are its many rivers, streams, and lakes. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag.

Minnesota, its story and biography. Saved in: Bibliographic Details; Main Author: Castle, Henry Anson, Format: biographical sketches of hundreds of prominent old settlers and representative citizens of central and northern Minnesota Published. Over a quarter of a million Swedes came to Minnesota between anddrawn primarily by economic opportunities not available to them at home.

Once Swedish immigrant settlements were established in the state, they acted as magnets, creating migration chains that drew others.

Attracted at first to rural areas by agricultural opportunities, Swedes eventually chose to move. Source: Delano, Wright County, Minnesota, from Mrs.

Schaer, Benn, Parma, Mich. Early Settlement Source: Delano, Minnesota Founded Incorporated ; Delano Franklin Bicentennial Committee; transcribed by Liz Dellinger. Once the Big Woods was no longer the undisputed hunting ground of the Indians, it became inviting to.

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Settling on the Great Plains •Homestead Act •exoduster •soddy •Morrill Act •bonanza farm Settlers on the Great Plains transformed the land despite great hardships. The Great Plains region remains the breadbasket of the United States.

WHY IT MATTERS NOWWHY IT MATTERS NOW When Esther Clark Hill was a girl on the Kansas prairie inFile Size: KB. Little Crow V (Dakota: Thaóyate Dúta; ca. – July 3, ) was a chief of a band of the Mdewakanton Dakota people, who were based along the Minnesota given name translates as "His Red Nation," (Thaóyate Dúta).

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1. More freedom 2. Why did European Americans settlers start pouring into Minnesota around They wanted to own the land. How did the treaties of and SinceBob & Alison Petrilla have traded in old and unusual books, documents, and manuscripts.

In the past, we owned and operated several antiquarian bookshops, co-owned and ran a book-auction gallery, issued more than catalogs of old and rare books for sale, and wrote several hundred appraisal reports for individuals, insitutions, and libraries.When Minnesota Territory was created init was home to about 5, settlers and approximat Indian people--all spread over an area that was about two and half times the size of what became, inthe state of Minnesota.

The settlers were predominantly white, and came either from Europe, or from British North America (Canada.