Dakota County Historical Society
To preserve, interpret and promote the history of Dakota County.

 

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In 1805 Lt. Zebulon Pike met with seven Sioux Chiefs at Little Crow’s Kaposia Village to negotiate the signing of the Sioux Treaty which would cede Indian lands to the United States government, for...
The former Dakota County NIKE Missile site is located at 1462 260th Street (oddly it is often listed as being in Farmington even though it is about seven miles southeast of there and located well...
Southwest corner of Spring and 2nd StreetBuilt between 1857 and 1858, octagon, 2 stories, limestone, stucco, cupola, and wrap-around porch.
Location: County Road 5 and 155th StreetThis small railroad station was built in 1910 on the new Minneapolis, St. Paul, Rochester and Dubuque Traction Railroad, better known as the “Dan Patch Line.”...
Around 9,000 years ago glaciation and erosion created the geography of the hilltop without a peak or bluff top. Instead there is “knob-like” formation.Evidence the Mentonwan and Mdewakanton Bands of...

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