Minnesota History First Person Accounts. Material: paper, textile. Size: 6" x 9 1/2". Description: tan hard cover, brown and gold spine print: With Various Voices, Blegen and Jordan; contents: 380 numbered pages of Minnesota history related in the words of those making the history; stories of Radisson, Hennepin, Carver, Schoolcraft, Keating, Pope, Woods, Goodhue, Schmidt, Whipple, Bishop, Sibley, Thompson, Bond, MacKenzie, Stuart, Hughes, Brand, Tuttle, Schatzel, La Croix, Gideon, Winchell, Hill, Van Cleve, Newson, Turner, Arthur Russell, Pardee, Pond, Neill, Fuller, Bowen, Broste, Simons, Anna Lincoln, Folwell, Bilbie, Thortvedt, Holden, Haycraft, McNamara, Donnelly, Hart, Powers, Davis and Lind covers history from 1654 to 1899; subjects include exploration, Treaty of Traverse des Sioux, 38 Indians hanging, fur business, steamboats on the Minnesota River, lumbering, wheat growing, flour mills, Wealthy apple, iron ore, Great Northern Railroad, Fort Snelling, Civil War, Spanish-American War, Duluth, Norwegian immigrants, Red River, grasshopper plague, Hinckley Fire, early Minnesota jails, etc.
Handwritten inside cover: Violet Panzram.
With Various Voices; recordings of North Star Life
Theodore Blegen
Webb, Itasca Press