Northeast Minneapolis Audio-guided Walking Tours

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Never the same river twice looks at the flow of time and circumstance as the architect of change in Northeast Minneapolis. Starting at the banks of the Mississippi River we follow the river and the development of the Bottineau area since Pierre Bottineau himself first purchased this land. We will see the influences of the arrival of European immigrants, the migration of artists from the Warehouse district and the newest immigrant communities as they all resolve to make Northeast not only their home, but their neighborhood. Celebrate the hard work and innovation of neighbors past and present by walking in their footsteps and hearing their stories.

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Website
http://newalkingtours.com
Description
The Audio-Guided Walking Tours are a community project by members of the Northeast Minneapolis neigborhoods. The project's goal is present Northeast as a collective of many experiences and a vital neighborhood with a past, present and future.
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2011-05-19 03:20
last episode published
2011-05-19 02:20
publication frequency
536.1 days
Contributors
ArtShare author   owner  
Explicit
false
Number of Episodes
2
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Categories
Society & Culture Education History Government & Organizations Local Non-Profit Arts

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Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
19.05.2011

The Noon Whistle (Central Avenue)

The Noon Whistle Tour follows some of the founding footsteps of Northeast residents. In the past, as today, food is a vital part of Northeasters lives. When the Noon Whistle blew, workers at Aaron Carlson Millworks, General Mills, Crown Ironworks, and ...
Macy Ashby, Jonathan Hamilton, Abby Fields, Monica Hanson, Mary Larson, Peter Schroeder, Sienna Schuth author
29.11.2009

Never The Same River Twice (Bottineau Neighborhood) [Updated 28 Nov, 2009]

Never the same river twice looks at the flow of time and circumstance as the architect of change in Northeast Minneapolis. Starting at the banks of the Mississippi River we follow the river and the development of the Bottineau area since Pierre Bottine...
Jennifer Arave, Andy Dayton, Kirsten Rome, Allen Kendall, Glenn Smith, Marquis Weis Smith author