Minnesota Towns and Counties
Between Rails and Rocks : 100 Years of Waite Park
Between Rails and Rocks : 100 Years of Waite Park
Trade Paperback      SKU: 1199077364
Boathouses of Lake Minnetonka
Boathouses of Lake Minnetonka
Hardcover      ISBN: 0989262758
Boathouses of Lake Minnetonka is a beautiful 240-page coffee-table book by award-winning author and photographer Karen Melvin and by writer Melinda Nelson. If you’ve ever sailed, boated or paddled past a vintage boathouse on Lake Minnetonka and wished its rustic wooden walls could talk, you’ll love this beautifully illustrated and meticulously researched volume about Minnesota’s famed lake. Never before has a book so carefully documented the interior views and history of Lake Minnetonka’s boathouses, and with over 400 stunning pictures, you will feel like you are ?up north at the lake.
Born by the River
Born by the River
Hardcover      ISBN: 0977693406
Brainerd Bound
Brainerd Bound
Hardcover      ISBN: 0972673806
Built on a Rock: A Centennial History of Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church, St. Cloud, Minnesota
Built on a Rock: A Centennial History of Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church, St. Cloud, Minnesota
Hardcover      SKU: 281AKJ1017075
By Water and Rail: A History of Lake County, Minnesota
By Water and Rail
A History of Lake County, Minnesota
Hardcover      ISBN: 0942235487
By Water and Rail: A History of Lake County, Minnesota
By Water and Rail
A History of Lake County, Minnesota
Paperback      ISBN: 0942235428
A Centennial History of New Brighton, Minnesota
A Centennial History of New Brighton, Minnesota
Hardcover      ISBN: 0961870400
Duluth: Gem Of The Freshwater Sea
Duluth
Gem Of The Freshwater Sea
Paperback      ISBN: 1591930545
Duluth is a unique, welcoming city. Its character has been defined by its role in the great water highway beginning with the Headwaters of the Lakes, Lake Superior. This book celebrates its present-day form and the history that made it what it is.
Duluth: Minnesota
Duluth
Minnesota
Paperback      ISBN: 0738518913
Duluth, Minnesota, "The Zenith City of the Unsalted Seas," is located on the shores of Lake Superior. Once a center for shipping, lumber, mining, steel, railroads, grain, and one of the nation's largest ports, it housed some of the wealthiest people in the country. During the 1880s, the New York newspapers believed that within 20 years it would be larger than Chicago. Due to all of this wealth, the city grew at a remarkable rate, yet it also suffered through several recessions that almost destroyed it. With many handsome houses and remarkable buildings, Duluth's architectural heritage is among the strongest in North America. At the turn of the 20th century, it boasted more park land and green space, per capita, than any other American city, and offered residents a lifestyle that was incomparable.