Sibley Historic Site

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Introduction

The Sibley Historic Site features four buildings dating to the early 1800s, including the home of Henry Hastings Sibley, a fur trader and the controversial first governor of Minnesota. The site is located in Mendota at 1357 Sibley Memorial Highway. The Sibley Historic Site is managed by the Dakota County Historical Society.

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Sibley Historic Site Images

Sibley Historic Site Images

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Sibley Historic Site

Sibley Historic Site

Photo by Charlie Vaughn, courtesy Minnesota Historical Society

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Sibley House

Sibley House

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Sibley House, 1893

Sibley House, photo by Edward Agustus Bromley, 1893 

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Brig. Gen. Henry Sibley engraving by J. C. Buttre, 1862

Brig. Gen. Henry Sibley engraving by J. C. Buttre from photograph by J.W. Campbell, about 1862

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