150 years of Minnesota History
History comes to life and Kevin inspires students with real-life stories about the people and events that made Minnesota great. Stories include “The Great Grasshopper Invasion” and “Robbing the Wrong Bank in Northfield” as well as other Minnesota history stories.
150 years of Minnesota Stories and Storytelling
People have told stories around the camfire or fireplace since the start of our state. Sit back, relax and enjoy stories told over the past 150 years by the Dakota, Ojibwe, English, German, Finnish, Norwegian, Hispanic and Hmong people who have made the “Land of 10,000 Lakes” their home.
Minnesota Heroes and Heroines
From is birth in 1858, Minnesota has been a land of heroes and heroines. To survive on the frontier, people had to be strong, brave and helpful. Learn about what it takes to be “a hero” and hear about the heroes and heroines who have made our state great.
Of The People, For the People
The Story of Abraham Lincoln: Hear the story of America’s 16th President. How he worked hard and how after failing again and again, he became President and led our nation through the most divisive time in our history. This program includes recitation of “The Gettysburg Address.”
Growing Up Lincoln
Tales of Abe Lincoln’s Frontier Boyhood: Hear what it was like for Lincoln to grow up on the Illinois frontier and discover the values that made him one of the most important presidents in U.S. history.