Historical Markers in Nicollet County, Minnesota
A Doctor's Life A Far Cry from Glory A Minority in Their Homeland A Minority in Their Homeland / U.S.-Dakota Conflict A New Deal for Fort Ridgely State Park A River Crossroad Archaeology Attack from the Northeast Bakehouse Bernadotte Co-op Creamery Bernadotte Lutheran Church Bernadotte Lutheran Church Monument Brighton Brighton United Methodist Church Camp Women Captain John S. Marsh State Monument CCC Camp Life is a Healthful One Chief Mou-Zoo-Mau-Nee State Monument Courtland District 6 School Ecakensdonyapi Economic Engine Eliza Müller State Monument Exploring the River Valley Five Days and Nights on the River Fort Ridgely Fort Ridgely Closes Fort Ridgely State Monument Fort Ridgely State Park's Buildings Today Four Days From Fort Snelling Fur Trader Louis Provencalle Garrison Life Was Like Clockwork Geology of Minnesota Joseph LaFramboise - Lafayette Township and Village Land-Seas Log Buildings Ministering to the Dakota New Sweden Creamery New Sweden Indian Attack Nicollet County Veterans Memorial Nicollet Veterans Memorial Norseland Community Norseland Community Norseland Community Norseland Lutheran Church Officers' Latrines Officers' QuartersA Officers' QuartersB Officers' QuartersC Old Traverse Cemetery Powder Magazines Reinforcements Arrive Scandian Grove Evangelical Lutheran Church St. Peter Boat Landing Stone Barracks Surgeon's QuartersHeadquarters Surprise Attack at Redwood Ferry The Bornemann House The Eugene St. Julien Cox House The Old French Cemetery The Rush for Land The Treaty of Traverse des Sioux This Fort Had a Purpose To the Memory of Hazen Mooers Traverse des Sioux Treaty of Traverse Des Sioux Treaty of Traverse des Sioux Site Welcome to Traverse des Sioux Who Lived in the Barracks? Working Year-Round to Develop the Park "Only a Memory Now"
Minnesota is home to the largest freshwater lake in the world by surface area, Lake Superior. It covers over 31,000 square miles and contains 10% of the world's fresh surface water.~ Minnesota random facts