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Pride and Tradition: More Memories of Northeast Minneapolis

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Go back in time with shared memories and photographs. The book is a wonderful collection of facts, photos and stories of a Northeast Minneapolis community, from Pierre Bottineau in the 1840s to people who grew up in the 1950s and 1960s.
Paperback, 288 pages
Published October 1st 1999 by Nodin Press
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Mattc
Jul 13, 2008 Mattc rated it it was amazing
This is the second installment of three books about northeast minneapolis, minnesota. There are sections on housing, bars, shops, schools, churches, etc. One thing i noticed is my pressing of this book (2001 pressing) has a duplicate section of pages, but then is missing an equal section of pages. I contacted the publisher and once i return the book in their envelope, they will send me a new one. I'll keep you posted! I RECEIVED THE ENVELOPE AND HAVE SENT IN MY COPY -- I AWAIT THE REPLACEMENT -- ...more
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