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  • States Postal Service located at 2523 7th Avenue East in North Saint Paul, Minnesota, as the ``Mayor William `Bill´ Sandberg Post Office Building´´
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  • (1913), Volume 13 Saint Paul (Minnesota) by Francis J. Schaefer 106882Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 13 Saint Paul (Minnesota)Francis J. Schaefer
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  • _JohnJohn Ireland (archbishop of Saint Paul).jpg18381918Third bishop and first archbishop of Saint Paul, Minnesota (1888–1918). The Church and Modern
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  • Saint Paul, Minnesota, and private secretary to Minnesota governor John S. Pillsbury; historiographer for The Historical Society of Delaware “Saint Paul”
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  • Work (1914) St. Paul, Minn. 89182The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — St. Paul, Minn. St. Paul, Minn., the capital of Minnesota, is on both banks
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  • Cyclopædia Saint Paul 1659433The American Cyclopædia — Saint Paul SAINT PAUL, a city and port of delivery, capital of the state of Minnesota and of
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  • Britannica, Ninth Edition St Paul (Minnesota) 1659146Encyclopædia Britannica, Ninth Edition — St Paul (Minnesota) ST PAUL, a city of the United States
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  • to supplement the state laws. In nineteen hundred and three at Saint Paul, Minnesota, the commission called a joint meetings of manufacturing interests
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica St Paul (Minnesota) 16605501911 Encyclopædia Britannica — St Paul (Minnesota) ST PAUL, the capital of Minnesota, U.S.A., and the
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  • Secretary of War to furnish a condemned cannon to the armory at Saint Paul, Minnesota, to construct a memorial tablet. Resolved by the Senate and House
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  • Service located at 2523 7th Avenue East in North Saint Paul, Minnesota, as the ‘‘Mayor William `Bill' Sandberg
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  •   7564 Feb 27 Extending the Limits of Customs Port of Entry of Saint Paul, Minnesota 537   7565 Feb 27 Exemption of Joseph W. Austin From Compulsory
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  • Jena, Louisiana State, September 20, 2007) (The Associated Press, Saint Paul, Minnesota, February 11,2007) (National Urban League: The State of Black America
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  • Edition) Author Henry Campbell Black Year 1910 Publisher West Publishing Company Location Saint Paul, Minnesota Source djvu Progress To be proofread
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  • railroad and wagon bridge across the Mississippi River at, South Saint Paul, Minnesota," approved April twenty-six, eighteen hundred and ninety. February
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  • JamesSchaeferSchaefer,_Francis James18691943German Catholic priest, later at St. Paul Seminary, Minnesota This author wrote articles for the 1913 Catholic Encyclopedia.
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  • at the confluence of the Minnesota and Chippewa rivers, and on the Chicago, Milwaukee and Saint Paul Railroad (Map: Minnesota, C 6) . It has a public library
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  • the territory of Minnesota, for the purpose of aiding in the construction of railroads, from Stillwater, by way of Saint Paul and Saint Anthony, to a point
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  • Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 13 Diocese of Saint Cloud 106158Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 13 Diocese of Saint Cloud (SANCTI CLODOALDI), A suffragan
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  • COMMISIONERS OF CITY OF ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS These actions were brought in a district court of the state of Minnesota, by the respective plaintiffs
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