Hennepin County, Minnesota

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Hello, my name is Martha and I will be the new County Coordinator for the Hennepin portion of the MNGenWeb.

I can be contacted via email by using this link


My thanks to Claudia for all the great work she has done on Hennepin County.

 
I do not live in Minnesota, but have roots deep in her soil.
However, if I can, I'll be happy to try and direct you to where information might be found.  We have several great volunteers on the "Odds & Ends Page that will are willing to do research or lookup information in resources available to them. There are also many contributed records on some of our pages. Please take a look around, send me your feedback with any ideas and of course contributions.
Questions? Send 'em along- Martha

           

Note: Two pages are still to be created: Military & History  & Vital Records. They will be ready shortly.

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Hennepin County Neighbors:

Wright ~ Carver ~ Scott ~ Dakota ~ Anoka
Ramsey [St Paul]

Hennepin County Townships [Scroll Down]
Interactive Map of Minnesota [1916]


 Interested in another Minnesota County?
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Towns Settled in 1862
 
Hennepin County was named after Father Louis Hennepin, a Catholic friar of Belgian birth and an explorer in the service of France. Father Hennepin named the falls of the Mississippi "St. Anthony" after his patron saint, Anthony of Padua. Father Hennepin, in 1683, published his memoirs of the exploration in a publication, Description of Louisiana, Newly Discovered of the Southwest of New France Father Louis Hennepin
Native Americans ~ Wiki 
Additional History which includes the Dakota Wars
There are 11 federally recognized Tribes in Minnesota
A search on the Archive.org Site shows these results.
News Article: Burial Mounds
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March 2015: Hennepin County being Revitalized

 

"The Fine Print"

 Hennepin County Coordinator: Martha A Crosley Graham

Co-State Coordinators: Shirley Cullum & Tim Stowell

Assistant State Coordinator: Karen De Groote
For information about adopting a Minnesota County, please contact Shirley or Tim


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