Category Archives: Local Architecture

Spring History Fair, 2018

FLORENCE TOWNSHIP SPRING HISTORY FAIR APRIL 21, 2018 1 – 4 pm HISTORIC FLORENCE TOWN HALL 33915 HIGHWAY 61, FRONTENAC Program: 2:00 pm “19thCentury Frontenac, Minnesota – The Rest of the Story” and “Genealogy of a Village – 19th Century … Continue reading

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Spring History Fair Photos!

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Spring History Fair 2016

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Old Frontenac Festival News

Goodhue County Historical Society — Press Release (attached below) Old Frontenac Festival:  1860’s Base Ball and Walking Tours Saturday, September 26th at Wakondiota Park in Old Frontenac.  Baseball festival from 10 AM to 5PM.  Concessions available for purchase at the … Continue reading

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Spring History Fair!

April 25, 2015 1 – 4 pm at the Historic Florence Town Hall, 33915 Highway 61, Frontenac Please see attached flyer and press release! No Charge *Everyone Welcome * Refreshments* Prizes Sponsored by Friends of the Florence Town Hall Spring … Continue reading

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Fall History Fair

Florence Township’s AUTUMN HISTORY FAIR All are Welcome – Refreshments – Door Prizes! October 11th, 2014 1 – 4 PM Florence Town Hall 33923 Highway 61 Frontenac, MN   View recent Florence Township History Center acquisitions  Share YOUR family history … Continue reading

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Frontenac Post Office

Frontenac Township residents have benefited from having a post office nearby for a long time.   A small post office was located on Wood Avenue north of McLean Street in 1857 (Allsen, 2011, p. 83).  The post office later moved to … Continue reading

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