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Finnish school building from the French Lake area of Minnesota. ( This corner is called Temperance Corner. It's located 3 miles north of Cokato, MN. ) This was an early Finnish and Saami) settlement. The name of the corner comes from the temperance hall (built during the temperance movement), located kiddie corner from this school. This is the third building on that site. The first was built in 1893, and burned down in 1921. This one was built in 1899, west of French Lake, MN, and was moved to that location about 10 years agoContact: Vicki Jarl Lantto viklantto@gmail.com 320.274.5849
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Bishop Wolfgang D. Herz-Lane Harmony Community Lutheran Church 3941 Brethren Church Road Myersville MD 21773 Service at 4 p.m. followed by dinner25 year anniversary of the church
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Bishop Wolfgang D. Herz-Lane First Lutheran Church 3604 Chatham Road Ellicott City MD 21042 Services at 10:30Confirmation for children
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Bishop Wolfgang D. Herz-Lane First Lutheran Church 3604 Chatham Road Ellicott City MD 21042 Services at 10:30Confirmation for children
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Bishop Wolfgang D. Herz-Lane First Lutheran Church 3604 Chatham Road Ellicott City MD 21042 Services at 10:30Confirmation for children
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Big Hole Battlefield on August 6th for Big Hole Battle Memorial. Nez Perce Appaloosa Horse Club rides onto the battlefield to pay tribute to those who were there during what they call a massacre. Group walks through Battlefield to remember their relatives, pray and pay respect. August 6, 2011 Contact: Nez Perce Appaloosa Horse Club Rosa and Jon Yearout 208 843 2452 rosamy@nezpercesystems.com
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Jones Benally (around 80) Jones Benally (navajo) with white horse Moonwalker. Jones is a medicine man and has worked at the tribal hospital for 17 years with western doctors practicing traditional Navajo medicine. He is often gifted horse in return for his services. Jones grew up very traditional Navajo and speaks Navajo as first language. Jones was in the Wild West Show.Contact: Clayson Benally: 928 856 1178 clayson@blackfire.netBerta Benally: 928 380 2299 tacoho@blackfire.net
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Heemsah Memorial Wild Horse Race Held annually the first weekend in October in White Swan, Washington on the Yakama Reservation originally held to honor Jay, Tony, and Les Heemsah. Eventually to include Dale Heemsah.
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Yakama Nation has more than 10,000 head count of wild horses on 400,000 acres of range land. this is more than 10 times the sustainable number. This effect perennial lodge grass, food and medicinal foliage for the tribe as well the marine life. It also causes competition for other animals which the tribe uses for food such as elk and deer.solutions are being worked on by the Yakama tribe as well as the tribal horse coalition which includes 7 other tribes which have the same problem on their reservations.Here we see the wild horses on tribal range land where much of the soil has turned to dust. It is said to see so many horses together would be completely unnatural.You can find many horse remains due to starvation or predators.Jim Stephenson Big Game Biologist Yakama Nation Wildlife Program (509) 949-2189 jstephen@yakama.com
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EPUB EPUB Michelle Walking Bear and her family at their home on the Crow Reservation, Montana. Michelle braids her son Dallas White Clay' s hair.Her and her father, Leland Walking Bear, (Crow) have 40+ horses and are involved rodeo and selling and breeding horses and parade at the Crow Fair every year.Michelle Walking Bear 4066725063 cell 4066662210 home crowcowgurl@gmail.com Michelle Walking Bear and her family at their home on the Crow Reservation. Michelle braids her son Dallas White Clays hair. Michelle Walking Bear 4066725063 cell 4066662210 home crowcowgurl@gmail.com
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Pumpkin patch on the side of the road heading west from the Twin Cities when i was out for a ride with Garrison.Garrison Keillor keillorg@gmail.com
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At the house of Aaron Davis, a member of the Plymouth Bretheren Church and a relative of Garrison Keillor. All the Johnson kids are Davis's sister Jenni Johnson's kids and the others his.From left to right on the hay bales are Abigail Johnson, Jackson Davis, and Caleb Johnson, and in the grass is Paige Davis. Aaron Davis: 612-816-6744 adavis@gvgh.com
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A Christian sect called the Plymouth Brethren in Anoka, Minnesota. Here a group of boys from the church volunteer on Sunday's after their morning meeting to help elderly in the community. The boys tend to an elderly widow, Joyce Van Dusens', lawn.Church Contact: Sharon and John Rowe 612-716-6214 srowe@gvgh.comJoyce Van Dusen( elderly widow) : 763-753-1754
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Old skates found outside the home of an elderly widow from Anoka, Minnesota. Members of the Plymouth Brethern Church volunteer to help her around her yard. Joyce Van DusensJoyce Van Dusen: 763-753-1754
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Garrison's childhood home in Brookdale Park, MN. Garrison's mom's bible.Contact: Linda Berg (garrison's sister) linda.berg@wmitchell.edu 612.220.3355.
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Anoka, Minnesota: Home of Bruce Bacon, first cousin to Garrison Keillor. Old woman in photograph is Garrison's grandmother?
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The Foshay Tower, is a skyscraper in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Modeled after the Washington Monument, the building was completed in 1929, months before the stock market crash in October of that year. The building, which was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978, is an example of Art Deco architecture. he Foshay Tower marked a significant landmark locally in the push skyward, as the tower was the first in the city to surpass the height of Minneapolis City Hall, completed in 1906. It remained the tallest building in Minneapolis until the IDS Center surpassed it in 1972. ( this caption was taken yet modified from Wikipedia)Foshay Tower 821 Marquette Avenue,Minneapolis.
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View of the Mississippi near Main street, view of the dam and the Stone Arch Bridge.
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Homemade broomball/ice rink in Anoka, Minnesota.Rink at the home of Aaron Davis. Anoka, Minnesota adavis@gvgh.com 612 816 6744
Views from Lake Calhoun, Minneapolis.
Views from Lake Calhoun, Minneapolis.
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The wedding weekend of Amanda Keillor the niece of the Garrison. Many of the Keillor family members attended the wedding.Amanda Keillor amanda.keillor@gmail.com cell 651-343-3302
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The wedding weekend of Amanda Keillor the niece of the Garrison. Many of the Keillor family members attended the wedding.Amanda Keillor amanda.keillor@gmail.com cell 651-343-3302