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On This Date in Minnesota History: May 20
May 20, 1920 – Seven days after he is
alleged to have deserted his wife and baby in Duluth, Frank W. Hart, 33 years
old, is said to have married a widow in Seattle last August. Today he was
arrested in Chicago and tomorrow he will be en route to Duluth to a...
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On Thi Date in Minnesota History: May 6
May
6, 1899 – John C. Wagoner, a well-known character about
Stillwater, went to bed at the St. Paul House last night and took a dose of
morphine that ended his life. Wagoner had been boarding at the St. Paul House
for some time, and early last week told som...
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On This Date in Minnesota History: April 30
April 30, 1967 - A tornado outbreak affected
portions of south central and southeast Minn. on this date. “The outbreak
spawned a total of nine tornadoes resulting in 13 deaths and 80 injuries. Local
area residents refer to the day as ‘Black Sunday.’” http:/...
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On This Date in Minnesota History: April 29
April
29, 1904 – Chief Joseph, hereditary chief of the Nez Perce
Indians, who once gave Uncle Sam a great deal of trouble, sat buried beneath a
big sombrero at the St. Paul Union Depot today and gave no sign that he had, in
his younger days, given Gen. Mile...
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On This Date in Minnesota History: April 28
April
28, 1882 – One of the most revolting and terrible crimes ever
perpetrated occurred in Minneapolis yesterday afternoon, leading to the
mob-ruled lynching of the assailant early this morning. Mina, the four-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jason Spear,...
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On This Date in Minnesota History: April 27
April 27, 1948 – “ KSTP-TV
made the first commercial television broadcast in Minnesota, showing the
Minneapolis Millers' baseball game from Nicollet Park for the about 2,500
owners of television sets in the Twin Cities.” http://www.thehistorypeople.com/data...
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On This Date in Minnesota History: April 26
April
26, 1912 – Two 16-year-old Swedish girls and a big strapping
countryman, survivors of the Titanic wreck, sat in the waiting room of the St.
Paul Union Station today. Their names were Anna Sjoblum, Bertha Neilson and
Paul Johnson, representing a handfu...
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On This Date in Minnesota History: April 25
April 25, 1905 – Today Joseph Motte was
awarded the custody of his 3-year-old daughter, who has been living with her
foster mother, Mrs. Louise Allard, a woman of Corcoran Township, Hennepin
County, who has some Indian blood in her veins. Motte, who is the ...
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On This Date in Minnesota History: April 24
April 24, 1917 – Charles H. Hamilton
walked 150 miles to get to the Duluth Naval Recruiting Office to enlist,
according to Officer F. L. McClure, who received the young man’s application today.
Hamilton was rejected on account of illness. Hamilton started f...
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On This Date in Minnesota History: April 23
April 23, 1912 – In a report filed by the
State Board of visitors with Governor Eberhart today, J. C. Matchitt, secretary
of the board, said the St. Peter Hospital for the insane is so crowded that
patients have to climb over other beds to reach their own. ...
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