involvement in Vietnam and the Vietnam War. disputes with British Canada keep British fur companies in Minnesota until 1818. James Madison Goodhue begins publishing Minnesota's first newspaper, the. St. Paul holds its first winter carnival. 1890s - Electric streetcars become commonplace in large Minnesota cities. Jason Feldman, a former Inc. executive, and Claire Cochrane, a former Blue Apron executive, had started . Winds that day exceed thirty two THE DAKOTA CONFLICT By 1862, the Dakota were crowded into a small reservation along the Minnesota River. 1818 - Northern boundary of Minnesota fixed at the forty-ninth parallel. 1902 - Approximately twelve automobiles appear in Minneapolis. 1819 - Begins construction of Fort St. Anthony on land purchased from the Dakota Indians for $2000 US. 1899 - Minnesota's lumber industry reaches its peak. of the storm. 1945 - World War II ends with 6,255 American servicemen from Minnesota giving their lives for their country. and partly in education and civilization funds. Lawrence Cloud is a city in the U.S. state of Minnesota and the largest population center in the state's central region.Its population is 68,462 according to the 2019 US census estimates, making it Minnesota's tenth largest city. Minnesota" is adopted by the Minnesota Legislature. Let us know if you have suggestions to improve this article (requires login). his two sons, Dr. William James Mayo and Dr. Charles Horace Mayo, he begins a clinic world-renowned for its dedication to the latest advances in medicine from Great Britain in the American Revolution. His ransom of $200,000 US is one of the largest ransoms in the United 1991 - Operation Desert Storm occurs with approximately 11,000 Minnesotans in uniform helping to defeat Iraq and liberate Kuwait. Minnesota’s elevations range from 602 feet (184 metres) above sea level at Lake Superior to 2,301 feet (701 metres) above sea level at Eagle Mountain, located about 12 miles (19 km) from the lake’s north shore. is bounded by the Canadian provinces of Manitoba and Ontario to the north, by Lake Superior and Wisconsin to the east, by Iowa to the south and South The United States enters World War II. 1963 - Last iron ore shipment leaves the Vermillion iron range. U.S. states. 1886 - Sauk Rapids is flattened by a tornado. in favor of Franken; Northwest Airlines merged with Delta Airlines. Virginia, Minnesota Average daily maximum temperatures in July range from the mid-80s F (about 29 °C) in southern Minnesota to the low 70s F (about 21 °C) along the shore of Lake Superior. Minnesota Territory formed with present day eastern and southern boundaries set. American ground forces are introduced into Vietnam. mile per hour city speed limit. Minnesota Vikings, American professional football team founded in 1961 and based in suburban Minneapolis, Minnesota, that plays in the National Football Conference of the National Football League. 1865 - Civil War of the United States ends. Zimmerman (Bob Dylan) born in Duluth. on the Mesabi, Cuyuna, and Vermilion iron ranges, spurring the rapid growth of mining cities such as Evelyth, Chisholm, Virginia, and Hibbing, Minnesota Minnesota, the first state to volunteer, raises four regiments, one of which serves in the Philippines. A massive explosion in a Minneapolis flour mill kills 18. 1944 -The Democratic and Farmer Labor parties merge to form the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party. 1929 - Great Depression begins in the United States. The Minnesota state song, "Hail! It's fluid. Respected by the Indians for never making promises he could not keep, St. Paul is the state capital, and the Twin Cities region (Minneapolis–St. The runes indicate a party of Viking explorers passed through that area in Get a Britannica Premium subscription and gain access to exclusive content. The Vikings were actually established in 1961. By 1930 only 1/3 of the state would remain forested, with very little of that virgin Many parts of Minnesota have continuous snow cover for at least 90 days, from about mid-December to mid-March. 1679 - Frenchman Daniel Greysolon, Sieur du Luth meets with Dakota Indians near Mille Lacs. A record-breaking snowstorm hits Minnesota on November 1 depositing twenty-four inches of snow in twenty-four hours. David Thompson, working for the North West Company (fur-trading) completes the first formal mapping of Minnesota. the Mississippi and St. Croix rivers. The Minnesota Department of Health confirmed five cases in residents of four counties in the Twin Cities metro Saturday. Banks bust and Paul) is the major administrative, economic, and cultural hub of Minnesota. 1825 - The post continued to be called Fort St. Anthony until 1824, when, upon the recommendation of General Scott, who inspected the fort, 1857 - The Dred Scott Decision is rendered by the United States Supreme Court, where a Missouri slave, Dred Scott, sued for his freedom based 1918 - World War I ends with 1,432 Minnesotans in uniform giving their lives for their country. Posted: Jan 9, 2021 9:23 PM. Articles from Britannica Encyclopedias for elementary and high school students. By pushing the boundaries of the human story across time, space, cultures, and media, we reveal the interconnected narrative threads and patterns of our individual and collective lives. 1941 - First tax on taconite, a black magnetic iron-bearing ore, in effect in Minnesota. 5,639,632. Co-author of. The Minnesota Department of Health released information regarding a new variant strain of COVID-19 that has now been found in five Minnesota residents. 1900 - Virginia, Minnesota destroyed by fire again. 24,000 men for service in the Union Army for fighting in the Civil War or the Indian Outbreak. 1982 - A total of 34.3 inches of snow falls on the Twin Cities on January 20 and 22. In his spare time, he learns the Dakota language and observes details of their lives. 1868 - Mankato receives a city charter. State seal adopted by the Minnesota Legislature. As its fifth official act, Minnesota Territory’s legislature established the Minnesota … By Holly Bernstein | January 9, 2021 at 7:49 PM CST - Updated January 9 at 10:33 PM . A tornado strikes Fergus Falls, Minnesota The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) today announced the new variant strain of the SARS-CoV-2 virus first detected in the United Kingdom was identified by genomic sequencing in positive specimens from five residents of four different counties in the Twin Cities metro area. 1927 - Charles Lindbergh, a native of Little Falls, Minnesota, flies solo across the Atlantic Ocean from New York to Paris. of the following two years. The depression begins in Minnesota with the bankruptcy of key employers in Minneapolis By the end of the conflict 486 white settlers would be dead. Teenager killed nine, injured 12 in school shooting on reservation; partial government shutdown over budget dispute affected 9,000 workers. In 1849 St. Paul became the capital of the newly formed Minnesota Territory, and it was made the state capital when Minnesota was admitted to the Union in 1858. Minnesota Department of Commerce 85 7th Place East, Suite 280 Saint Paul, MN 55101 (Local) 651-539-1500 (Complaints) 651-539-1600 Main Street, written by Sinclair Lewis, earns national recognition as Minnesota’s thousands of rivers flow northward via the Red and Rainy rivers to Hudson Bay, eastward through the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean, and southward through the Mississippi River to the Gulf of Mexico. Dakota and North Dakota to the west. Those that formed under the original hardwood forest, which occupied a belt between the prairie and the coniferous forest, are intermediate in colour and natural fertility. Italian count Giacomo Beltrami. 1800 - France acquires Louisiana Territory from Spain. 1815 - Peace treaty negotiated between the Dakota Indian nation and the United States government. The settlement was known as Pig’s Eye Landing until 1841, when Roman Catholic missionary Lucien Galtier built a log chapel dedicated to the apostle Paul. With them was this kitchen bag. 1933 - "Browns Valley Man" remains, estimated to be 8,000 - 10,000 years old, discovered in Brown County, Minnesota. The new Farmer-Labor Party becomes the second Some of those early Minnesota people carved pictures of humans, animals and weapons into rocks. Depression lingers until 1861. Drawn to the beautiful bluff country of Minnesota and the agricultural opportunities of the Root River, people flocked to Lanesboro in the late 1800s after it was founded in 1868. Minnesota consists of extensive woodlands, fertile prairies, and innumerable lakes—the last the basis for one of the state’s nicknames, “Land of 10,000 Lakes.” Minnesota actually has about 12,000 lakes, all of which are larger than 10 acres (4 hectares) in area. The state’s rich prairie soils developed on the finely ground mineral materials left by the retreating glaciers. Five cases of new COVID-19 strain found in Minnesota. On December 26 thirty-eight Indians were Split Rock Lighthouse, Two Harbors, Minn. Lake Itasca, Itasca State Park, northwestern Minnesota. On It changes, grows, becomes richer, and more complex when any individual 1858 - Minnesota is admitted as the 32nd state. Many Dakota, Ojibwe and other American Indians live in Minnesota today. The vast majority ended up being used to pay off Indian debts to white traders. businesses fail. 1951 - Over 82% of iron ore extracted from United States mines during this year originates in Minnesota. 1836 - Creation of Wisconsin Territory which encompassed Minnesota. Fur trading continues to be the main source of commerce in Minnesota through the early 19. and surgical procedures. Farmer Olof Ohman finds a stone 1888 - Western Minnesota receives a major blizzard on January 12 which takes 109 lives. Colonel Joshua Snelling of the Fifth United States Infantry arrived, and, on taking command, changed the site to where Fort Snelling now stands. Over 1990 Minnesota ranks fourth in the nation in per capita gambling sales. 1837 - Land-cession treaties negotiated with the Dakota Indians and the Chippewa Indians for United States rights to a portion of land between 1964 -Minnesota Senator Hubert Humphrey elected vice-president of the United States as the running-mate of president Lyndon Johnson. Boundary negotiations with British Canada continue until 1931. Needed supplies are missing from the cargo, though the boat does carry the umbrella-wielding Indeed, Minnesota received its name from the Dakota (Sioux) word for the Mississippi’s major tributary in the state, the Minnesota River, which means “Sky-Tinted Water.”. Lake of the Woods on the U.S.-Canadian border. Updated: Jan 10, 2021 8:53 AM. Professor of Geography, University of Minnesota. Here, where traffic could be controlled on two major rivers, Fort Snelling was completed in 1825. 1917 - The United States of America enters World War I. in St. Paul on March 11 and escapes. Taconite mining emerges as the future employment source Be on the lookout for your Britannica newsletter to get trusted stories delivered right to your inbox. Twins win the World Series. Minnesota's state flower is the pink-and-white lady's slipper. 1841 - Chapel of Saint Paul built. The Minnesota Orchestra dates back to 1903 when it was founded as the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra. The shoreline of Lake Superior, one of the largest freshwater lakes in the world, forms the state’s northeastern border for some 160 miles (260 km). In return the Dakota received At last, in poor health and tired of the government's broken promises, he It contains a small brush, stainless steel ladle, plastic spice bottles labeled … New variant of COVID-19 found in Minnesota. Virginian Lawrence Taliaferro becomes the Indian agent at Fort Snelling. 1880 - Telephone communication begun between St. Paul and Minneapolis. That’s when Minnesota found Vault, or maybe it was the other way around. 1812-1814 - War of 1812 between the United States and Great Britain with their Dakota, Winnebago, and Ojibwe allies. The American Indian Movement (AIM) is founded in Minneapolis Southern Minnesota is hot in the summer. Over the next two decades mines spring up Temperature variations in Minnesota occur not only seasonally but also from one part of the state to another. It was renamed the Minnesota Orchestra in 1968 and moved into its own building, Orchestra Hall , in downtown Minneapolis in 1974. Ring in the new year with a Britannica Membership,, Jewish Virtual Library - Minnesota, United States, CRW Flags - Flag of Minnesota, United States, Minnesota - Children's Encyclopedia (Ages 8-11), Minnesota - Student Encyclopedia (Ages 11 and up). Abigail Snelling starts a Sunday School at Ft. Snelling for the children. day eastern Minnesota) without a territorial government or legal system. Lumber production peaks in Minnesota. The Minneapolis Institute of Arts was established in 1883. The nation?? for the iron range, with 12,000 workers. May 11 Minnesota becomes the thirty-second state admitted to the Union of the United States of America. U.K. COVID-19 variant strain found in Minnesota The Minnesota Department of Public Health says five cases of the COVID-19 variant first detected in the United Kingdom is confirmed in Minnesota on Saturday. 1825 - Fort Snelling is established at the confluence of the Mississippi and Minnesota Rivers. 1940 - The Armistice Day Blizzard strikes Minnesota leaving a 16.8 inches of snow in twenty four hours. He would later write the majority opinion in the case of Its name was derived from the Sioux word minne, meaning “water,” and the Greek polis, for “city.” 1998 - Minnesota becomes home to largest ethnic Hmong population in America. Minnesota: Minnesota was the 32nd state to enter the Union and is known as the "Land of 10,000 Lakes" for its many lakes and was settled in … It became the 32nd state of the union on May 11, 1858. Indians lived in Minnesota when the first Europeans arrived. 1939 - A hockey game in the Duluth Amphitheater is interrupted when the ceiling collapses under the weight of snow. 1830 - Seth Eastman comes to Fort Snelling as a captain. Taliaferro instated as first United States Indian agent at Fort Snelling. The subsequent depression and trend toward mechanization halve that number by 1995. They probably followed herds of large 1838-1848 - St. Paul, St. Anthony, and Stillwater (Minnesota's first towns) founded. People first came to Minnesota during the last ice age. game into this area. Minnesota Historical Society formed to collect, publish, and educate people about Minnesota history. Our editors will review what you’ve submitted and determine whether to revise the article. The population amounts to less than 4000 people, not including persons of pure Native-American heritage. for the first time in St. Paul. 1975 - The last American military personnel leave Vietnam with the evacuation of the United States embassy in Saigon, completely ending American Some of these carvings, called "petroglyphs,"may he works hard for 20 years to rid the fur trade of whisky and cheating. Lakes more than 100 square miles (260 square km) in area include Red Lake, Mille Lacs Lake, Leech Lake, Lake Winnibigoshish, Lake of the Woods, and Rainy Lake. It is bounded by the Canadian provinces of Manitoba and Ontario to the north, by Lake Superior and the state of Wisconsin to the east, and by the states of Iowa to the south and South Dakota and North Dakota to the west. and wheat production was slowly replaced by other crops and dairy farming. 1990 - Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev visits Minnesota. America's history is not static. Influenza Long before the place we call Minnesota had a motto, a capitol building, or a voting member of Congress, the Minnesota Historical Society (MNHS) was helping people understand the region’s past. After five consecutive MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Robbinsdale Police are investigating after a man was found dead and slumped over inside of a vehicle. Nurse charged with aiding suicides over internet; Tom Petters convicted of biggest fraud ($3.65 billion - in Minnesota history, sentenced to 50 years in prison, 26-year old Omer Abdi Mohamed of Minneapolis, admitted helping with Somalia terror plot, Representative Michele Bachmann announced run for U.S. presidency. would later run for president in 1984, losing to Ronald Reagan. His subtle sketches, watercolors, and paintings become an invaluable record of the scenery and Indian life around the fort. The majority of Minnesota’s lakes are located in the areas of glacial moraine, where glaciers deposited hills of sand and gravel. The Minnesota Legislature authorizes establishment of the 2nd State Normal School in Mankato (now History Minnesota United is an accessible, resilient and unifying force bringing the fastest growing sport in the country to fans in Minnesota and across the Twin Cities with innovative style. 5 cases of virus variant found in Minnesota The five people range in age from 15 to 37 and were ill in dates ranging from Dec. 16, 2020 … tablet with runic carvings on it in his field near Kensington, Minnesota. he takes a critical look at his hometown of Sauk Centre, Minnesota. Prominent geomorphic reminders of this glacial activity are the rolling farmlands, thousands of lakes, steep hillsides, and flat glacial lake and outwash plains that make up Minnesota’s present-day landscape. veracity. resigns, The Virginia is the first steamboat to reach Fort Snelling. Boundary A 32-year-old Minnesota man has been found guilty of second-degree reckless homicide after he was involved in a fatal … The Minnesota Vikings were founded in the year of 1966. To ship the iron ore to refineries, railroads such as the Duluth were built from the iron ranges to … 1920 - Minnesota authors receive international recognition. 1673- French explorers Marquette and Joliet discover the upper portion of the Mississippi River. 1969 - Warren Burger, a native of St. Paul, named to the Supreme Court of the United States. Minnesota - Minnesota - History: Until the middle of the 19th century, two major peoples occupied what is now Minnesota: the Ojibwa (also called Chippewa or Anishinaabe) in the north and east and the Dakota (Sioux) in the south and west. Four of the cases were identified through the MDH Public Health Laboratory, and … 1854 - St. Paul becomes a city with a total area of four square miles. Mondale People first came to Minnesota during the last ice age. and unfair fiscal practices of local traders. 1855 - Die Minnesota Deutsche Zeitung (The Minnesota German Newspaper), Minnesota's first non-English newspaper, rolls off the press 1906 - William Williams is hanged in the county jail in St. Paul on February 13, ending capital punishment in Minnesota. 1659-1660- French fur traders Groseilliers and Radisson explore western end of Lake Superior and environs. River, Lake Traverse, and the Big Dakota River and south of a boundary line between the Dakota and Chippewa in 1825. Forty-nine Minnesota residents die and over $1,500,000 US worth of property is damaged as a result Seventy-nine people die. 1977 - Rosalie Wahl becomes the first woman justice in the Minnesota Supreme Court. Wheat becomes a major Minnesota's first railroad is completed, connecting Minneapolis and Saint Paul. 1898 - The Spanish-American War begins. a state record high official temperature of 114 degrees Fahrenheit, previously set in Beardsley, Minnesota in 1927. Amidst the sectional and racial animosity sweeping the nation, the court ruled Scott remained a slave. Red Lake, Lake of the Woods, and Canada’s Lake Winnipeg are all remnants of this huge body of glacial meltwater. 1763 - Spain receives Louisiana Territory (includes Minnesota west of the Mississippi River) from France in compensation for its loss of 1968 - Senator Eugene McCarthy of Minnesota begins his bid for the presidency by easily winning the New Hampshire presidential primary. Republican National Convention held in St. Paul; contested U.S. Senate Race between Al Franken, Norm Coleman settled by Minnesota Supreme Court Its southward drainage created the wide valley of the Minnesota River, the flow of which eventually reversed as ice blockage to the north melted. The Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company (3M) was founded in 1902 in Two Harbors, and was later moved to Duluth, Saint Paul, and then Maplewood. The Dakota and Ojibwe (also called Chippewa or Anishinabe) In northeastern Minnesota there are stream valleys and deep, clear lakes that were scoured by glaciers from the granite bedrock. Population (2010) 5,303,925; (2019 est.) They have long life expectancies, and high rates of health insurance and regular exercise. Record-breaking lows have been known to occur; in 1996 a temperature of −60 °F (−51 °C) was recorded near the northeastern city of Tower. 1832 - Explorer Henry Schoolcraft finds the source of the Mississippi at Lake Itasca. the first book about Minnesota, Description de la Louisiane. Later in the summer Moorhead, Minnesota ties Cloquet and Moose Lake, Minnesota are destroyed when seventy mile an hour winds change minor forest fires into major conflagrations. Game or PaleoIndians: before 5,000 BC. Minnesota is one of the north-central states. The Minnesota destroyed by fire. A small extension of the northern boundary makes Minnesota the most northerly of the 48 conterminous U.S. states. 1919 - Minnesota ratifies the 19th amendment (women's suffrage) to the United States constitution. With miles per hour with gusts over sixty miles per hour. hung at Mankato. The most fertile soils in Minnesota formed beneath the original grasslands of the south and west and are rich in organic matter and soluble minerals. The southern part of the former lake bed lies along the Minnesota–North Dakota border and is known as the Red River valley. 1948 - Minnesota's first television station, KSTP, goes on the air. residents of the Minnesota territory ratify the state constitution almost unanimously. Grand Portage (Minnesota) evolves into the western fur-trading headquarters of the British Empire in North America. Eastern Minnesota officially designated part of the American Northwest Territories of the United States of America. This new land stimulates the lumber industry in Minnesota. interacts with it. 118,497 men from Minnesota serve in the war. Roe v. Wade, which legalizes abortion. Senator Hubert Humphrey also runs for president that year, narrowly losing to Richard Nixon. 1893 - The Minnesota state flag, designed by Amelia Hyde Center of Minneapolis, is accepted by the Minnesota Legislature. Conventional 1683 - Catholic Missionary Father Louis Hennepin returns to France after exploring Minnesota and being held captive by the Dakota to write the first book about Minnesot… When the U.S. government broke its promises, some of the Dakota went to war against the white farmers and towns. In the northern regions of the state, frost is possible in any month. as well as the port cities of Duluth, Minnesota and Superior, Wisconsin. These and other measures have led two groups to rank Minnesota as the healthiest state in the nation; however, in one of these rankings, Minnesota descended from first to sixth in the nation between 2005 and 2009 because of low levels of public health funding and … $1,665,000 US, $1,360,000 of which was set into a trust fund, of which the interest would be distributed to chiefs partly in cash, partly in supplies, States up to that time. Great Britain wins claim to what is now eastern North America (east of the Mississippi River) and Canada. St. Paul native F. Scott Fitzgerald receives much acclaim for his book This Side of Paradise. The largest glacial lake plain (more than 100,000 square miles [260,000 square km]) was formed by Lake Agassiz, which held the meltwaters as the latest glaciers retreated northward some 8,000 years ago. 1858 - Newspaper promotion of the Minnesota Territory prompts over one thousand steamboat arrivals in St. Paul, filled with settlers. 1996 - Coldest official temperature ever recorded in Minnesota set at -60 degrees Fahrenheit on February 2 near Tower, MN. By the end of the decade he had won the Nobel Prize for literature after a string 1745 - The Ojibwe Indians defeat the Dakota 1958 - Prince Rogers Nelson (the artist formerly known as Prince) born in Minneapolis. 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