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Ramsey County History – Spring 1968: “The Governor on History”

Ramsey County Historical Society

The Governor on History The Governor on History…

Ramsey County History – Spring 1968: Board of Directors

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Ramsey County History – Fall 1967: “Marshall Sherman and the Civil War: St. Paul’s First Medal of Honor Winner”

Anne Cowie

Marshall Sherman and the Civil War: St. Paul’s First Medal of Honor Winner Author: Anne Cowie In April 1861, Marshall Sherman, age thirty-seven, a St. Paul housepainter, became one of the first to enlist in the Union Army. He fought at Bull Run, Ball’s Bluff, The Seven…

Ramsey County History – Fall 1967: “Case of the Vanishing Historic Site Or What Happened To Carver’s Cave?”

Charles T. Burnley

Case of the Vanishing Historic Site Or What Happened To Carver’s Cave? Author: Charles T. Burnley A reprint of a 1913 article from the St. Paul Dispatch. The entrance to Carver’s Cave was rediscovered and the cave reopened, with considerable ceremony, in 1913. Jonathan Carver had come across…

Ramsey County History – Fall 1967: “Charles Borup: Fur Trader, Banker, Lumberman, and Minnesota’s First Danish Consul”

Nancy L. Woolworth

Charles Borup: Fur Trader, Banker, Lumberman, and Minnesota’s First Danish Consul Author: Nancy L. Woolworth Charles Borup lived in St. Paul only eleven years. Born in Copenhagen in 1806, he was educated to be a physician, but chose adventure instead. In about 1830, he landed at the…

Ramsey County History – Fall 1967: “Forgotten Pioneers: Women”

Ramsey County Historical Society

Forgotten Pioneers: Women “Among the most forgotten of Ramsey County’s forgotten pioneers are the patient, courageous wives of the men who founded, settled, and built St. Paul and the surrounding communities in the county.” Mrs. Abraham Perry was among the very first, settling near Fountain Cave in 1838. Rose…

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Ramsey County History – Fall 1967: “Memories of The University—1870s”

Lillie Gibbs LeVesconte

Memories of The University—1870s Author: Lillie Gibbs LeVesconte Lillie Gibbs grew up on what became Ramsey County Historical Society’s Gibbs Farm at Larpenteur and Cleveland Avenues in Falcon Heights. At age seventy-nine, she wrote her memories of the University of Minnesota in the 1870s.

Ramsey County History – Fall 1967: Ramsey County History Wins Award

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Ramsey County History Wins Award RCHS Wins Award…

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Ramsey County History – Fall 1967: Board of Directors

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Board of Directors PDF of Board of Directors…

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1967