Minnnesota, Real and Imagined: A View from the Countryside

By Joseph A. Amato and Anthony Amato

MNRealPart of the Rural and Regional Essay Series, this essay focuses on cultural perceptions and misperceptions of Minnesota and Minnesota's unique history.

The Rural and Regional Essay Series is a companion series and successor to the Society for the Study of Local and Regional History's Historical Essays on Rural Life. Its goal is the publication of essays that offer distinct and seminal insights into rural and regional affairs. This series encompasses a wide range of history and the social sciences, and its editorial board welcomes innovative writings on a variety of rural and regional subjects.

The series is edited by Professor Joseph A. Amato with the assistance of Donata DeBruyckere, Janice Louwagie, and John Radzilowski. It is published, supported, and distributed by the Society for the Study of Local and Regional History and the History Center at Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall, Minnesota. Initial funding for this series was received from Southwest Minnesota State University and it Gunlogson Regional Research Fund, with additional funding from the Minnesota Humanities Commission.


Tim Kolhei is a graduate of Southwest Minnesota State University and spent part of his childhood growing up in Hanley Falls.

SSLRH, 2001
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