Minitex News articles tagged with "Minnesota Historical Society" (9):
Who Makes Minnesota? Free book alert!
Mar 14, 2023Free book alert! Full of information and activities for kids of all ages, Making Minnesota highlights the people we live with, the parks and waterways we play in, the animals we observe, the places we love to visit—and the history that made it all possible.
Minnesota Historical Society - a rare artwork exhibit
Oct 24, 2019
Chau Nguyen describes a new exhibit at the Minnesota Historical Society.
Katie Otto joins Minitex Resource Sharing staff
Jun 1, 2017
Meet Katie Otto, our new staff member in Resource Sharing.
Swedish American Newspapers online
Nov 30, 2016
The Minnesota Historical Society has launched the online portal of Swedish American Newspapers in collaboration with the National Library of Sweden, the American Swedish Institute, and the Swenson Swedish Immigration Research Center at Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois.
Knowledge is power
Aug 10, 2016
In light of our own inter-office work regarding primary source packets spearheaded by Jennifer Hootman and Greta Bahnemann, I thought it fitting to share the many ways in which librarians seek to tie historical instances and materials with very present and timely conversations. After the Philando Castile shooting, the librarians at Gale Family Library at the Minnesota Historical Society put together the following press briefing and shared it on Facebook.
Historical Minneapolis Tribune on the ELM Portal
Sep 9, 2015
The Historical Minneapolis Tribune (1867-1922) is once again available via the ELM portal.
Research adventures at the Minnesota Historical Society: Up for the challenge
Aug 26, 2015
Learn more about Resource Sharing staff member, Joan Krey, and her work with requests at the Minnesota Historical Society.
Minnesota Digital Library announces tenfold increase in materials available through Digital Public Library of America
Apr 30, 2015
MINNEAPOLIS/ST. PAUL, MN (4/16/2015) –