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Minnesota History is a lively, richly illustrated magazine about the history of the state and the Upper Midwest. Published quarterly by the Minnesota Historical Society Press, Minnesota History features engaging articles that are original, soundly researched, and intriguingly written.
Minnesota History's wealth of illustrations includes many rarely seen images from the Historical Society's archives of some 250,000 historical photos, art, objects, posters, and fine-art photographs. These illustrate Minnesotans, their lives, landscapes, leisure, and occupations from the pre-territorial period to the present.
In addition to articles selected by expert referees, Minnesota History features regular departments that examine objects from the Society's collections, interpret photos, and reflect on landmarks of the built environment. Also included in each issue are book reviews. Occasional special issues offer new interpretations on themes of contemporary interest.
For its first 10 years (1915-1924) the magazine was published under the title Minnesota History Bulletin (Vol 1-5).
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