of a Developing Prairie Town: Marshall, Minnesota 1872-1918
By Mary Kay Broesder
Part of the Historical Essay Series, this essay evokes the variety
of sounds encountered in Marshall, Minnesota during its first several
decades as a growing prairie town.
The Historical Essay Series is edited by Dr. Joseph
Amato, former director of Rural Studies, with the assistance
of Donata DeBruyckere, Janice Louwagie, and Dr. Thaddeus Radzilowski.
It is published by the Southwest Minnesota State University History
Department, the History Club, the History
Center, and the Rural Studies program. It is partially sponsored
and distributed by the Society for the Study of Local and Regional
History. Assisting with the publication are Southwest Minnesota
State University Word Processing Center and Duplicating Services.
Additional thanks for supporting go to the State University Q7 Initiative
MaryKay Broesder is a graduate of Southwest Minnesota State University,
where she earned a degree in History and Art.
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