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Former populated places in Washington County, Minnesota


Townships in Washington County, Minnesota


Unincorporated communities in Washington County, Minnesota


Census-designated places in Wright County, Minnesota


Cities in Wright County, Minnesota


Townships in Wright County, Minnesota


Unincorporated communities in Wright County, Minnesota


Edina Mill

The Edina Mill was one of the first of six gristmills to be built on the Minnehaha Creek in Hennepin County, Minnesota between 1855 and 1876. Located in present-day Edina, the mill site was discovered during an expedition from Fort Snelling to La ...


Country Club Historic District (Edina, Minnesota)

The Country Club Historic District is a suburban residential district established in 1922 in Edina, Minnesota, United States. It was one of Minnesotas first comprehensive planned communities and served as the prototype for subsequent town plannin ...


Allemarinda and James Wyer House

The Allemarinda and James Wyer House is a Victorian cottage beside Lake Minnetonka in Excelsior, Minnesota, United States. It was built in 1887 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976. Its nomination form called it the large ...


Andrews Park (Champlin, Minnesota)

Andrews Park, Champlin Minnesota is a small neighborhood park in Champlin, Minnesota. Andrews Park is a popular place in the community during the spring and summer seasons, providing a playground, athletic facilities, and a picnic pavilion which ...


Nokomis Knoll Residential Historic District

Nokomis Knoll Residential Historic District is a neighborhood of houses near Lake Nokomis in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The district was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1999 and features a number of homes built in popular reviv ...


Gethsemane Episcopal Church (Minneapolis, Minnesota)

Gethsemane Episcopal Church is an historic church in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is one of the oldest extant churches in Minneapolis and is significant for its Gothic Revi ...


Ogden Apartment Hotel

The Ogden Apartment Hotel is an apartment building in the Downtown West neighborhood of Minneapolis, Minnesota. The building was designed for middle class worker housing when demand for such housing was increasing around the beginning of the 20th ...


1910s in Minneapolis


1940s in Minneapolis


1950s in Minneapolis


1980s in Minneapolis


Shamrock Park (Shoreview, Minnesota)

Shamrock Park is a public park located in Shoreview, Minnesota, United States. It services the residents of Shoreview as well as the larger Twin Cities community.


Wisconsin–River Falls Falcons

The University of Wisconsin–River Falls Falcons compete as members of the NCAA Division III. The athletic program has mens teams in football, basketball, ice hockey, indoor and outdoor track and field, and cross country. There are womens teams in ...


Wisconsin–River Falls Falcons womens ice hockey

The University of Wisconsin–River Falls womens ic hockey team competes at the Division III level as part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association. They finished in the top four in 2003, 2009, 2014, 2015.


Wisconsin–River Falls Falcons softball

The River Falls Falcons softball team represents the University of Wisconsin–River Falls in NCAA Division III college softball. The team participates in the WIAC Conference. The Falcons are currently led by head coach Amber Dohlman. The team play ...


Wisconsin–River Falls Falcons baseball


Wisconsin–River Falls Falcons football


William J. Bernd House (Second Street, New Richmond, Wisconsin)

The William J. Bernd House is located in New Richmond, Wisconsin, United States. It is one of two houses sharing the name in New Richmond. The house was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1988. It was built around 1927. It was d ...


Saint Paul-Reformation Lutheran Church

Saint Paul-Reformation Lutheran Church is a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America located in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States. It is part of the Saint Paul Area Synod. The congregation gained national attention in 2001 wh ...


Roman Catholic churches in Saint Paul, Minnesota


Archbishops of Saint Paul


Ayd Mill Road

Ayd Mill Road is a road in Saint Paul, Minnesota. It runs diagonally through Saint Paul, connecting with Interstate 35E at its southeast terminus, and feeds into Selby Avenue at its northwest end. Indirect access to I-94 is possible via Selby and ...


Selby Avenue

Selby Avenue is a street in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States, that runs east–west from Summit Avenue near downtown toward the Mississippi River. The street runs through the Summit-University and Union Park neighborhoods. The street, especiall ...


Hillcrest Medical Center


Sharp McDonald Center

The McDonald Center at Sharp HealthCare is the only medically supervised substance abuse recovery center in San Diego County that provides treatment for adults.


UC San Diego Medical Center


Cities in San Diego County, California


Archaeological sites on the National Register of Historic Places in North Carolina


Age of Sail corvettes of France


HMS Rainbow (1823)

HMS Rainbow was a frigate of the Royal Navy, built in 1823. It was a sixth rate sloop with 26 guns. It was commanded by Henry John Rous from 1825 to 1829. From 1825 to 1827 it served under the Commander-in-Chief, East Indies. In February 1827 it ...


USS Surprise (1815)

The second USS Surprise and third American naval ship of the name was a ketch that served in the United States Navy from 1815 to 1820. Surprise was purchased by the U.S. Navy at New Orleans, Louisiana, in March 1815 for operations in a small squa ...


USS Advocate (1861)

USS Advocate was a fishing sloop of the United States Navy. She was captured after flying a Confederate flag in Mississippi Sound by the screw steamer USS New London on 1 December 1861. She was purchased by the US Navy to be sunk as a blockship a ...


French ship Belle Poule (1802)


French frigate Hortense (1803)

Hortense was a 40-gun Hortense -class frigate and lead vessel of her class of the French Navy. In January 1805, under the command of Captain Delamarre de Lamellerie, she and Incorruptible were sent to observe British movements off Toulon. On 4 Fe ...


French frigate Nereide (1808)


French frigate Proserpine (1785)


French frigate Renommee (1808)


French frigate Tamise (1793)


Albion-class ship of the line (1763)

HMS Albion Builder: Deptford Dockyard Ordered: 1 December 1759 Launched: 16 May 1763 Fate: Wrecked, 1797 HMS Grafton Builder: Deptford Dockyard Ordered: 22 October 1767 Launched: 26 September 1771 Fate: Broken up, 1816 HMS Alcide Builder: Deptfor ...


Albion-class ship of the line (1842)

The Albion -class ships of the line were a class of two-deck 90-gun second rates, designed for the Royal Navy by Sir William Symonds. The first two were originally ordered in March 1840 as 80-gun ships of the Vanguard class, but were re-ordered t ...


Ardent-class ship of the line

HMS Ardent Builder: Blades, Hull Ordered: 16 December 1761 Launched: 13 August 1764 Fate: Sold out of the service, 1784 HMS Raisonnable Builder: Chatham Dockyard Ordered: 11 January 1763 Launched: 10 December 1768 Fate: Broken up, 1815 HMS Agamem ...


Bellona-class ship of the line

The Bellona -class ships of the line were a class of five 74-gun third rates, whose design for the Royal Navy by Sir Thomas Slade was approved on 31 January 1758. Three ships were ordered on 28 December 1757, with names being assigned on 1 Februa ...


Boyne-class ship of the line (1810)

HMS Boyne Builder: Portsmouth Dockyard Ordered: 25 June 1801 Launched: 3 July 1810 Fate: Broken up, 1861 HMS Union Builder: Plymouth Dockyard Ordered: 13 July 1801 Launched: 15 November 1811 Fate: Broken up, 1833

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