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There were only 20 copies of the first set and the number of sets were gradually increased to 50 with the fifth and final set. The store was closed halfway through the fifth series and the final three authors never had the opportunity to appear at a reading in the store. Wee-chush-ta-doo-ta The Red Man. A Sioux, from the Upper Mississippi. Ah-no-je-nahge He who Stands on both Sides. Amongst the forty-eight tribes which I have visited, I find the game of Ball everywhere played; and to my great surprise, by tribes separated by a space of three thousand miles, played very nearly in the same manner; the chief difference consisting in the different construction of the ball-sticks used — the modes of laying out the ground — and painting and ornamenting yheir bodies.

Amongst all tyhe tribes I have visited in their primary condition, which their native modes are unchanged by civilized innovations. I find that every player mudt enter the play entirely denuded, with the exception of their breach-cloths and ornamented belts around their waists…leaving all their limbs free to act, without the least encumbrance of dress. And that they may feel and appreciate more to their advantage the ground that they run upon, they uniformly enter the lists to run in this desperate chase with the naked foot. The center has a team of professional writers, with masters and PhD degrees from English speaking countries.

Posted by Lori Williamson on 15 Nov Tagged as: As Minnesota is known for its woods and waters, so is it known for its chroniclers of the outdoors. Names like Sigurd Olson readily spring to mind and so too should the name, Helen Hoover. A writer by inclination, and now by necessity, she began to document her surroundings in order to make a living in the harsh environment.

The Long-Shadowed Forest , celebrated here, described the plants and animals that surrounded her cabin. When the Gunflint Trail became more popular and populated, and their privacy more compromised, the Hoovers left Minnesota. Helen died in Colorado in Posted by Lori Williamson on 17 Aug Tagged as: Thousands of cookbooks have been published here during that time, most of which are fun to read — and many have at least a recipe or two worth trying.

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It would be great to read your nominations as well. Please comment, naming your favorite and telling us why you love it. MHS has both a regular first edition and a special limited first edition. My very favorite cookbooks are the fundraisers, community cookbooks put together by churches, synagogues, and nonprofit organizations of all kinds to raise money.

These books give a collective portrait of the group, often mostly women, who produced the cookbook, with their ethnic backgrounds and reflecting the time, popular recipes, and ingredients of the era when it was published. The MHS Library has fundraiser cookbooks from the s to the s, and its popularity as a way to raise funds has continued to increase.

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The 2 nd edition of their Adventures in the Kitchen: Many other types of cookbooks clamor to be acknowledged as best, like those by talented Minnesota professionals including Eleanor Ostman, Bea Ojakangas, and Raghavan Iyer. The book illuminates the challenges of feeding a family and of making a living on a northern Minnesota farm during the Great Depresssion. Beautiful country but poor soil.

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Books about how people eat and ate in Minnesota are a treat to read and cook from. Favorite Fare from Church and Community Cookbooks. Posted by Lori Williamson on 18 Jun Tagged as: Since the response to the last best book was so underwhelming I thought I would try something completely different. For this best book we will travel down Highway 61 to Wabasha and peek inside one of the dark and deep coulees as known as ravines to find out what nefarious things were taking place in the first decades of the twentieth century. Rogers and Maud A. Merrill Dwellers in the Vale of Siddem: It is a sociological study, begun in , of the family histories of inmates at the Minnesota School for the Feeble-Minded and Colony for Epileptics who were all from a small geographic area in Wabasha County, a coulee near Lake City.

Rogers died during the long study which was taken over by Merrill. Whoever wrote the text it is fabulous reading. Squares are males, circles female and solid lines equal marriage. A line underneath the symbol means they have been institutionalized. Take a close look at the descendants of Jo Yak and Lou Chad…. One last tantalizing note: Posted by Pat Coleman on 30 May Tagged as: I am just back from a hike in the Bandelier National Monument where one can climb a series of ladders and enter cliff dwellings, go down a ladder into a kiva, or walk along ledges littered with prehistoric pot shards.

The Aborigines of Minnesota: A Report on the Collections of Jacob V. Hill and Theodore H. Minnesota Historical Society, Minnesota is blessed with [if not confused by] three geologists named Winchell.

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  • Our author [and collator, augmenter, and describer] N. Winchell was the Minnesota State Geologist for the last 28 years of the nineteenth century before he became the head of Archaeology at the Minnesota Historical Society. And sorry but I have to sneak this in a biographical tidbit — N. Aborigines is a monumental book of pages, fifty years in the making, and a publishing nightmare.

    It is lavishly illustrated with thirty-six halftone plates, twenty-six foldout inserts and six hundred and forty-two figures that accompany the text. Hill plowed the field where Mr. Lewis sowed the seed, the fruit of which Mr. An old time book dealer told me that they were used as doorstops at the MHS and eventually the many unsold copies were sent off to Horner-Waldorf to be recycled into Wheaties boxes. Now the book is findable but rarely in very good condition and often at prices exceeding one thousand dollars. Posted by Pat Coleman on 16 Feb Tagged as: Our list of the best Minnesota books dipped into genre fiction a while back with the anointing of a couple of mystery novels.

    It is now time to take another courageous step and delve into the weird and wonderful world of speculative fiction, better known as science fiction and fantasy. Bosworth, Francis, et al. Simak was born in Millville, Wisconsin in and grew up reading H. He is perhaps best known to Minnesotans as a journalist. In he began a 37 year career writing for the Minneapolis newspapers. He won three Hugo Awards and a Nebula Award. Among his other numerous awards was the Minnesota Academy of Science Award for his nonfiction but my personal favorite might be his Bram Stoker Lifetime Achievement Award.

    Simak had a profound influence generally in the genre but more specifically on local writers by, for example, organizing the first meeting of the Minneapolis Fantasy Society in his home in As for the book Broken Mirrors , I hardly know where to begin. This is a scarce book limited to 82 copies written by five students at the University of Minnesota who were interested in creative writing. They started what they called the Avon Society using that name as their imprint.

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    Francis Bosworth, Karl Litzenberg, Gordon Louis Roth, Harrison Salisbury about whom this list will have more to say later , and the reason we are rolling this book out here and now, Donald Wandrei. Wandrei was born in St. Paul in and was raised and died there in Before the U of M he attended St. The striking woodcut illustrations in Broken Mirrors are by Leo Henkora.

    After school Wandrei hitchhiked to Maine to visit H. Do you know who came here to sit at the feet of Donald Wandrei and learn from the master? A young Stephen King! The tourist that gawk from buses that stop at all of F. Posted by Pat Coleman on 06 Oct Tagged as: This is a staggering statistic but perhaps not a surprising one.

    Nothing has captured our imagination like the conflict that tore this country apart. It still incites strong passion and maybe it should. Even more significantly, many of the issues that provoked the Civil War continue to confound us today. Race is still a major issue in terms of inequality if not freedom. Are our current political differences irreconcilable? We have even had presidential candidates bring up the issue of secession! The War also excites history buffs to heights of craziness, reenacting battles on a weekend diet of hardtack.

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    Our Best best books blog acknowledges this with another entry on our growing list. Minnesota in the Civil and Indian Wars, Printed for the State by the Pioneer Press Company, Prominently displayed on the shelves of any serious collector of Minnesota history you will find this two volume description of the martial imbroglios that defined the early days of our state.

    This is a significant publishing effort on the part of the State. The idea was to have the participants themselves, men who led soldiers into battle, recount the tragic entanglements of both the Dakota Conflict and the long war between the States. Narratives of the various regiments are written by such prominent figures as Charles Flandrau, C.

    Bishop, and William Lochren. The Board of Commissioners packed these books with details. Probably because of the important primary source material in volume two, it was reprinted in a second edition and thus is a more common and readily available book. I prefer Minnesota in the Civil and Indian Wars in their beautiful, original, and [given the poignant subject matter] more appropriate, three quarter leather bindings. Posted by Pat Coleman on 29 Jul Tagged as: It has been over four months since I have posted any new titles and my poor excuse is that small emergencies, such as lack of a functional government, occasionally intruded.

    I promise to get back on track with regular updates. If you stopped looking for new postings please give me another chance. Keep in mind that I love and occasionally reward feed back. I also appreciate the forwarding and circulation of my posts to any potentially interested parties. By my count, we have listed 60 books so far and have 90 fabulous books to go so lets get re-started…. Those Were The Days. By the time the list of best Minnesota Books is finished I am sure we will have mentioned many of the ethnic, immigrant, and religious communities that have made us the rich state that we are.

    One very important part of our heritage is the Jewish community which was occasionally concentrated into tightly knit communities such as the Mississippi River flats on the West Side of St. Paul across from downtown. Documenting this neighborhood of Jewish immigrants with the attention to detail of the social worker that he was, and the humanism of the columnist which he also was, was William Hoffman. Rypins and quickly became non-sectarian , describing Texas Street which was the wrong side of the tracks of the wrong side of the tracks, or listing the family names like an incantation, he brings the early twentieth century community back into existence.

    Your parents will assure you, if they have not already done so, that this was not their conception of a first class trip. But arrive here they finally did, even if the legendary pot at the end of the rainbow turned out to be a different kind of pot altogether. They came that you might sleep soundly through the night and walk upright during the day with the dignity of free people.

    My grandfather, Abraham Levenson, lived in this neighborhood and I am now terribly sorry I did not pay attention to his stories. Those were the Days is a good reminder that, unless you are Native American, we are all immigrants and had at core similar reasons for coming to America and settling in Minnesota. Allow me a quick note and thank you to St. He purchased this book with its all important dust jacket [lacking on the MHS copy; click on the image above for a better view] for the Society at the Antiquarian Book fair in June. Forty other books were purchased at the Fair for the collections by MHS members who had a preview of the books.

    Posted by Lori Williamson on 24 Feb Tagged as: Minnesota has always had more than its fair share of great African American books and authors. From a very crucial time period in the history of the Civil Rights Movement came two such works that should be on our list of the Best Minnesota Books.

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    • Although both are written by journalists, one is a work of fiction and another non-fiction. Lloyd Brown has one of the more interesting biographies on our list. He was born in St. Brown is perhaps best known for his biography of Paul Robeson, who said of Iron City: We claim Tennessee born and raised Carl T. Rowan as a Minnesotan. Remember our criteria for a Minnesota author: Rowan received a M. Rowan also served as president of the Minneapolis Urban League before moving on to become a syndicated columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times.

      Posted by Pat Coleman on 31 Jan Tagged as: Silence in the Snowy Fields. Wesleyan University Press, Robert Bly is not a difficult choice for this list. He is a giant in American letters; destined for great things, if not by his birth in Lac qui Parle County, then by his famous graduating class of writers at Harvard in Many famous poets spent nights freezing in the converted chicken coop guesthouse. My own western Minnesota that I simultaneously hated and loved proved more full of metaphor and mystery than I or anyone else imagined.

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