Featured Primary Source Sets
Curated collections of primary and secondary sources focused on a single topic to inform and engage teachers and students.
Civilian Conservation Corps in Minnesota
The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) was a work relief program started in 1933; Minnesota's 148 camps had over 70,000 workers.
Learn how the lumber industry used natural resources, labor, technology, and transportation to harvest Minnesota's pine forests.
Learn about Minnesota's Iron Range, the immigrants who settled there and how iron mining has helped shape Minnesota.
Stella Stocker and the Ojibwe of Minnesota
Visit early 20th century Ojibwe communities with musician and educator Stella Stocker through her photography collection.