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Gary Clayton Anderson; Alan R. Woolworth (editors). Through Dakota Eyes: Narrative Accounts of the Minnesota Indian War of 1862. Minnesota Historical Society Press. 1988. 316pp.

Scott F. Anfinson. Southwestern Minnesota Archaeology: 12,000 Years in the Prairie Lake Region. Minnesota Historical Society Press. 1997. 146pp.

Annette Atkins. Creating Minnesota: A History from the Inside Out. Minnesota Historical Society. 2008. 336pp.

Jo Blatti. Women's History in Minnesota: A Survey of Published Sources and Dissertations. Minnesota Historical Society Press. 1993. 123pp.

Theodore C. Blegen. Minnesota: A History of the State. University of Minnesota Press. 1975. 731pp. 2nd Edition, with a concluding chapter by Russell W. Fridley.

Kenneth Carley. Minnesota in the Civil War: An Illustrated History. Minnesota Historical Society Press. 2000. 230pp.

Clifford Edward Clark. Minnesota in a Century of Change: The State and Its People Since 1900. Minnesota Historical Society Press. 1989. 607pp.

Kathleen Neils Conzen. Germans in Minnesota. Minnesota Historical Society Press. 2003. 101pp.

Daniel J. Elazar; Virginia Gray; Wyman Spano. Minnesota Politics & Government. University of Nebraska Press. 1999. 259pp.

William Watts Folwell. Minnesota: The North Star State. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin. 1908. 382pp.

Millard L. Gieske. Minnesota Farmer-Laborism: The Third-Party Alternative. University of Minnesota Press. 1979. 389pp.

Millard L. Gieske. Perspectives on Minnesota Government and Politics. Burgess Publishing Co.. 1985. 450pp.

Rhoda R. Gilman. The Story of Minnesota's Past. Minnesota Historical Society Press. 1991. 231pp.

Jon Gjerde; Carlton C. Qualey. Norwegians in Minnesota: The People of Minnesota. Minnesota Historical Society Press. 2002. 99pp.

John Fraser Hart; Susy Svatek Ziegler. Landscapes of Minnesota: A Geography. Minnesota Historical Society. 2008. 328pp.

June D. Holmquist. They Chose Minnesota: A Survey of the State's Ethnic Groups. Minnesota Historical Society Press. 1981. 628pp.

Steven J. Keillor. Shaping Minnesota's Identity: 150 Years of State History. Pogo Press. 2007. 297pp.

William E. Lass. Minnesota: A History. W. W. Norton. 2000. 336pp.

David Lebedoff. The 21st Ballot: A Political Party Struggle in Minnesota. University of Minnesota Press. 1969. 218pp.

Ethel McClure. More Than a Roof: The Development of Minnesota Poor Farms and Homes for the Aged. Minnesota Historical Society Press. 1968. 292pp.

Frank L. McVey. The Government of Minnesota: Its History and Administration. New York: Macmillan. 1901. 236pp.

Edward Duffield Neill. The History of Minnesota: From the Earliest French Explorations to the Present Time. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott. 1858. 628pp.

Lowry Nelson. The Minnesota Community: Country and Town in Transition. University of Minnesota Press. 1960. 175pp.

W. Gunther Plaut. The Jews in Minnesota: The First Seventy-Five Years. American Jewish Historical Society. 1959. 347pp.

Norman K. Risjord. A Popular History of Minnesota. St. Paul, MN: Minnesota Historical Society Press. 2004. 284pp.

Carl Ross. Radicalism in Minnesota, 1900-1960: A Survey of Selected Sources. Minnesota Historical Society Press. 1994. 109pp.

David Vassar Taylor. African Americans in Minnesota. Minnesota Historical Society Press. 2002. 101pp.

Warren Upham. Minnesota Geographic Names: Their Origin and Historic Significance. St. Paul, MN: Minnesota Historical Society. 1920. 735pp.

Richard M. Valelly. Radicalism in the States: The Minnesota Farmer-Labor Party and the American Political Economy. University of Chicago Press. 1989. 258pp.

Thomas F. Waters. The Streams and Rivers of Minnesota. University of Minnesota Press. 1980. 383pp.

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