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Share a story or memory about a place along Lake Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota at [[Project:Right_on_Lake_Street | Right on Lake Street]].
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About Placeography

Placeography is a wiki where you can share the history of and stories about a house, building, farmstead, public land, neighborhood or any place to which you have a personal connection. If you don't have a place to contribute, please enjoy learning about others.

To get started learn how to add pages then add a building.

Featured Property
Reinhold Zeglin House, 3621 Park Avenue

According to Minneapolis building permits, original owners Anson W. and Ella B. Morey commissioned Barclay Cooper to build this Colonial Revival home in the middle of a double lot on Park Avenue in south Minneapolis in June of 1905. Construction was completed in November of 1905, at a total cost of $5,085.

The portal of the Richfield Historical Society features two projects that they are working on; Documenting the remaining farm era houses left in Richfield and the documentation of changes in ten homes all built in 1946-47 from the same floor plan.


Building Listings by Minnesota City

Labor Unions have played an important role in St. Paul's history and development. The Saint Paul Labor History Tour is a tour of historical places associated with the labor movement in St. Paul. This tour is based on the research and text created by Workday Minnesota, a partnership between the Labor Education Service, at the University of Minnesota, and and the Minnesota AFL-CIO.


Featured Project: Right on Lake Street

“Right on Lake Street" is a collaborative exhibit developed by the Minnesota Historical Society and Macalester College, with design work provided by In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre.

Share a story or memory about a place along Lake Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota at Right on Lake Street.

In the News


Resources
National Register of Historic Places

Learn about National Register of Historic Places, the nation's official list of properties deemed worthy of preservation.

Thing you can do to help
Legal Guidelines
Personal tools
Contribute
[http://discussions.mnhs.org/HP/oneonone.cfm snubnosed]