Oct 25, 6:30 pm - 8 pm | St. Paul
For week 3, dinner conversation will center on Minnesota in 1916. It's before the U.S. entered World War I, but citizens have lots of views on the war at home, and many people have a stake in one side or another.
The funding request for a revitalized Historic Fort Snelling remains undecided. We are hopeful that the legislature will take up the request in the 2017 session and we will continue to advocate for its support. You can help. Let your legislators and Governor Dayton know that Historic Fort Snelling matters.
Coming soon from MNHS Press
Gale Family Library
October is LGBT History Month, and Minnesota has a long history of activists working for reforms, confronting hate crimes, and improving the visibility of LGBT individuals, culture, and issues in Minnesota. The Gale Family Library has a number of resources documenting the LGBT movement in Minnesota, including the 2013 History is Now! Celebrating Marriage Equality Project photographs.