Program presenter Dr. Jane Lamm Carroll is the author of examinations of the experiences of four of the granddaughters of Chief Cloudman, bicultural women who grew up near Lake Harriet, and of another Anglo-Dakota, Daybreak Woman, who was born and raised in a Mdewakanton band at a trading post on the Minnesota River. Compared to their peers, how did these women of mixed parentage identify, socialize, and navigate language, culture, marriage, family life, and aging? Were they comfortable or at ease in the Anglo-American or the Dakota communities?
Dr. Carroll is author of the award-winning book, Daybreak Woman: An Anglo-Dakota Life, and professor of history and women’s studies at St. Catherine University.
Walking tour with Peter Sussman. Meet at the southeast corner of West Bde Maka Ska Parkway and Thomas Avenue S.
Suggested donation of $5 for non-LHHSG members.
Since 1883 Cottage City has experienced on-going transition. From the beginning, modest lake cottages built on small lots south of Bde Maka Ska have been replaced by bigger homes. Our tour will recall the initial community and consider the twin impacts of evolving design styles and recent larger-scale buildings.
We will meet at the southeast corner of Thomas Avenue South and West Bde Maka Ska Parkway.
The tour will be held rain or shine — except if an electrical storm is forecasted the morning of the tour.
Suggested donation at the walking tour will be $5 for non-members of LHHSG.
Register for one of the two tours. Attendance is limited to 25.
This program tells the story of two churches–their history, their architecture, and their
neighborhoods. Linden Hills Congregational Church grew out of the Union Sunday School, which began meeting in 1896. By 1903, charter members had built a frame church building at 42nd and Upton designed by George H. Keith. The Linden Hills congregation later provided help to the founding members of the Morningside church as they sought meeting space. This began an enduring relationship between the two congregations each of which helped shape neighborhood life. The Edina Morningside Community Church building was designed by Harry Wild Jones.
Suggested donation is $5 for non-members of LHHSG. An optional lunch at Hilltop Restaurant, 5101 Arcadia Ave, Edina, MN 55436, follows. RSVP on this page for lunch by Wednesday, November 29, or call (612) 799-5141. Everyone is welcome.
The 1960s was an explosive time for Minnesota music, as a generation of teenagers inspired by early rock ‘n’ roll and R&B formed their first bands. Join Rick Shefchik, author of Everybody’s Heard About the Bird: The True Story of 1960s Rock ‘N’ Roll in Minnesota, and Andrea Swensson, author of Got to Be Something Here: The Rise of the Minneapolis Sound, for a musical presentation about this influential, vibrant period in local music.
Suggested donation is $5 for non-members of LHHSG. Everyone is welcome.