Recent content from Curt Brown
Our Lady of Peace will commemorate its anniversary with a candle-lighting ceremony Tuesday.
In the research process, a David vs. Goliath clash of Minnesota history buffs emerged — and the underdog won.
"It is an odd chain of events whereby the War of 1812 would have such a Minnesota connection," Curt Bradford writes.
The father of three was the first Minneapolis firefighter in 17 years killed in the line of duty when he died in 1965.
At 97, Harold Haywood Brown is one of just a few surviving Tuskegee Airmen.
Edward Yamazaki owned a north Minneapolis cafe and lived in Linden Hills.
Some say George Hormel put Austin, Minn., on the map when he began processing pork along the Cedar River there in 1891.But more than 30…
All those Finnish whitetails can trace their roots to that first Minnesota gift in 1934, as well as another six fawns flown over from the Iron Range in 1948.
The lynchings made the front page of the New York Times. But no one came forward to identify the vigilantes or push for their arrests.
A new book, "Love, Della," has 193 of the letters from Della Fahley.