“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Falcon Heights, Minnesota

Clickable Map of Ramsey County, Minnesota and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Ramsey County, MN (114) Anoka County, MN (21) Dakota County, MN (46) Hennepin County, MN (185) Washington County, MN (59)  RamseyCounty(114) Ramsey County (114)  AnokaCounty(21) Anoka County (21)  DakotaCounty(46) Dakota County (46)  HennepinCounty(185) Hennepin County (185)  WashingtonCounty(59) Washington County (59)
Saint Paul is the county seat for Ramsey County
Falcon Heights is in Ramsey County
      Ramsey County (114)  
      Anoka County (21)  
      Dakota County (46)  
      Hennepin County (185)  
      Washington County (59)  
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1Minnesota (Ramsey County), Falcon Heights — A Century in the Sky
From this location, you would look east down a dirt runway and open fields, viewing aviation pioneers... Sept. 26, 1920: Capt. Ray S. Miller of the Minnesota National Guard piloted a Curtiss Oriole biplane from Curtiss Field. This . . . Map (db m180507) HM
2Minnesota (Ramsey County), Falcon Heights — Curtiss Northwest Airport – Serving the Area
Curtiss Northwest Airport – In 1919, Snelling and Larpenteur Avenues were two-lane, unpaved roads in then – Rose Township. In the 1920's, enthusiasm for aviation grew at Curtiss Northwest Airport. The airfield served many purposes including . . . Map (db m180457) HM
3Minnesota (Ramsey County), Falcon Heights — Curtiss Northwest Airport and its Fliers
Curtiss Northwest Airport – In 1919, Snelling and Larpenteur Avenues were two-lane, unpaved roads in what was then Rose Township. The southeast corner of the intersection had most recently been a farm field. But now it became home to the first . . . Map (db m180405) HM
4Minnesota (Ramsey County), Falcon Heights — Extending the U
Beyond the Campus Taking knowledge beyond the campus borders is a vital part of the University's land-grant mission. University of Minnesota Extension (previously Agricultural Extension) has worked diligently for more than a century to fulfill . . . Map (db m186236) HM
5Minnesota (Ramsey County), Falcon Heights — Growing in Minnesota
Horticultural Science Minnesota's cold winters and short, hot summers can be a challenge for growers. The University of Minnesota's leadership in developing cold-hardy fruits, flowers, and vegetables goes back to the 1870s. By 1910, the . . . Map (db m186384) HM
6Minnesota (Ramsey County), Falcon Heights — Old Anatomy Building1901 - 2011
Original facility housing the Division of Veterinary Medicine in the College of Agriculture. Contained laboratories, classrooms, animal wards, office and a unique circular operating room with a conical roof, which became known as the "Round Room"
Map (db m186662) HM
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7Minnesota (Ramsey County), Falcon Heights — The Goldstein Legacy
Art in Everyday Life For almost 40 years, ending with their retirement in 1949, sisters Harriet and Vetta Goldstein were dominant figures in design education at the University and nationally. Their research and teaching on design principles . . . Map (db m186330) HM
8Minnesota (Ramsey County), Falcon Heights — The St. Paul Campus
Land-Grant Heritage
In 1862, Congress passed the Morill Land-Grant Act, which granted land so that each state could endow a college with "branches of learning related to agriculture, the mechanic arts, and military science." In 1868, the . . . Map (db m186898) HM
9Minnesota (Ramsey County), Falcon Heights — Veterinary Medicine
History of Veterinary Medicine
When the School of Agriculture opened in 1888 at the University of Minnesota campus in St. Paul, it offered high school age students a two-year practical course in animal husbandry, feeding, farm hygiene, . . . Map (db m187497) HM
10Minnesota (Ramsey County), Falcon Heights — World War I Memorial Grove
Dedicated in honor and memory of those who died in service 1914 • World War • 1918 Jay Patterson Voak · Richard Willard Moody · Eliot Dwight Clague · Arthur Henry Laubach · Harry Edgar Clarke · Robert McCaughin Fischer · John Jay . . . Map (db m186435) WM
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Sep. 30, 2022