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Hennepin History Museum

2303 3rd Ave South, Minneapolis, MN 55404

Hennepin History Museum is a museum dedicated to the history of the land and people of Hennepin County, Minnesota. The museum traces its roots back to the founding of the Hennepin County Territorial Pioneers Association in 1858. The museum provides in-house exhibits as well as "special delivery" programs that bring museum artifacts and programming to schools and other locations. The museum's library is open to the community and highlights the museum's archival collections. The library has reference materials such as city directories, photos of houses and buildings, maps, atlases, genealogical resources, city history files, business histories, and many other reference materials. A professional archivist is on site during library open hours to assist researchers

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