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I'd Rather Be At The Cabin Unisex T-shirt
I'd Rather Be At The Cabin Unisex T-shirt

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Street scene, Kellogg Minnesota, 1900's
Street scene, Kellogg Minnesota, 1900s
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Wabasha County (Images of America) Wabasha County (Images of America)
Wabasha County captures the spirit of a region and its people through rare historic photographs, many of which are previously unpublished. A truly multicultural community, Wabasha County has been home to residents of Canadian, French, English, Irish, Native American, and German origin. The earliest known pioneers, Augustine Rocque and his family, became the first white people to occupy a year-round residence in Minnesota in 1826. Within these pages, discover the people and events that have shaped Wabasha County’s history over the past 170 years. Wabasha County was named after the great chief Wabashaw II. Many aspects of Wabasha’s heritage are featured here, including the Mdewakanton Band of the Dakotas, riverboats of the Mississippi, pioneers and their descendants, and buildings throughout the area. Author Judith Giem Elliott has produced a volume that truly reflects the value Wabasha County’s residents place upon their rich and colorful history.
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