Mankato (Minn.) -- History
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of a family history booklet compiled by Mrs. Victoria Busch, of Mankato, Minnesota. The booklet contains Busch family genealogy information, photocopies of newspaper articles and obituaries related to the Busch family, photographs, and general historical information about New Ulm and Mankato. The family tree and genealogical information included starts in the 1860s and runs through the 1970s.
This collection contains one lithograph image of the execution of thirty-eight Sioux Indians at Mankato, Minnesota in December of 1862. The hanging occurred after the Dakota Conflict of 1862.
This collection consists of a family history compiled by Donald Force Jackson. The narrative focuses on the author’s parents, Raymond Jackson and Della Anne Force Jackson. Information on pioneer life in Mankato and River Falls, Minnesota, the Mankato Teachers College, Army life during World War II, and the Mankato Tire Company are all part of the booklet.