Minnesota History for Today
Things picked up today for Minnesota History
So here is what happened today.
1671-Sieur de St. Lusson claims the territory that would become northeastern Minnesota for France
1868-The first Ojibwe to relocate to the White Earth Reservation arrives. A ceremony and reunion are held.
1918-14,000 people attend a picnic put on by the Nonpartisan League in Wegdahl.
1959-The St. Paul Housing and Redevelopment Authority condemns houses in the area known as The Levee.
1981-A tornado moves from Edina to Minneapolis to Roseville. 1 was killed, and 83 were injured.
2014-Light rail service begins between downtown Minneapolis and downtown St. Paul.
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