Five Southern Minnesota Places Are Now Recognized On The National Historic Register
It was recently announced that 20 Minnesota places were recently designated onto the National Register of Historic Places list. Of the places selected five were located right here in Southern Minnesota with the West Concord High School, a portion of downtown Montgomery, the First Congressional Church in Winona, Rollingstone Village Hall, and the Hudson Manufacturing Company Factory in Hastings making the list. The latest additions to the list according to the Minnesota Department of Administration's State Historic Preservation Office reflect "significance in American history, architecture, archaeology, engineering, and culture and which possess integrity of location, design, setting, materials, workmanship, feeling, and association."
Newly Designated Historic Places
You can see the full list of inducted places onto the National Registry of Historic Places list here.
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