MNSAH held its 2019 Annual Meeting on March 19th at the Minnesota Humanities Center in St. Paul. Following a reception and dinner, the board of directors conducted its business meeting, which included reports on the organization’s finances and membership, the election of officers and board members, and committee updates. The …
October 11, 2014 — Dayton’s Bluff, located high above downtown St. Paul and the adjoining Swede Hollow, is among the capital city’s oldest neighborhoods. Aaron Rubenstein, our tour leader, provided an introductory presentation and then led participants on a walking tour of this fascinating neighborhood.
September 6, 2014 — Norwegian-American Engineers and the Mississippi River Gorge in the Twin Cities — The Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul owe their origins to the Mississippi River—for its water power and its river commerce.
June 6-8, 2014 — MNSAH’s Spring Tour looked beyond state boundaries when we traveled to Des Moines, Iowa. Our tour of Des Moines included spectacular late-nineteenth and early-twentieth century structures, vibrant historic neighborhoods, and an array of modern buildings designed by some of the best known architects of the 20th century.