Minnesota National Historic Landmarks

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Minnesota National Historic Landmarks

Displaying 1 to 22 of 22 records
Formal Name City Type
Fitzgerald, F. Scott, House St. Paul Building
Fort Snelling Minneapolis-St. Paul District
Hill, James J., House St. Paul Building
Hull-Rust-Mahoning Open Pit Iron Mine Hibbing Site
Kathio Site Vineland and vicinity District
Kelley, Oliver H., Homestead Elk River District
Kellogg, Frank B., House St. Paul Building
Lewis, Sinclair, Boyhood Home Sauk Centre Building
Lindbergh, Charles A., Sr., House Little Falls Building
Mayo Clinic Building Rochester Building
Mountain Iron Mine Mountain Iron Site
National Farmers' Bank Owatonna Building
Peavey-Haglin Experimental Concrete Grain Elevator St. Louis Park Structure
Pillsbury A Mill Minneapolis Building
Rabideau Civilian Conservation Corps Camp Blackduck Vicinity District
Rolvaag, O.E., House Northfield Building
Soudan Iron Mine Tower Site
St. Croix Boom Site Stillwater Site
St. Croix Recreational Demonstration Area Hinckley District
Veblen, Thorstein, Farmstead Nerstrand Building
Volstead, Andrew J., House Granite Falls Building
Washburn A Mill Complex Minneapolis Building
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Primary Data Source: National Park Service's National Historic Landmarks Program.

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