In Minneapolis and the Age of Railways, Don L. Hofsommer presents Minneapolis from the 1860s into the 1950s, when railroads served as a unique link between city and countryside. Illustrated with more than 200 period photographs and maps, this comprehensive book reflects a time when the locomotive dominated the landscape and set the tempo for the nation: the age of railways.
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