Chapter 20: Who We Are Today

Northern Lights Chapter 20

Who We Are Today

A noticeable change took place in Minnesota’s population between 1980 and 2010. Though the majority of residents remained European American, populations of several other groups grew at much faster rates during this period. Discover stories of six individuals or families, each with a different idea of what it means to be a Minnesotan.

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Native American Artist-in-Residence: Pat Kruse

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Native American Artist-in-Residence: Jessica Gokey

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Minnesota's Immigrants

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Native American Artist-in-Residence: Gwen Westerman

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Nenda-gikendamang ningo-biboonagak

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Nenda-gikendamang ningo-biboonagak (Ojibwe Language Activities)
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Mille Lacs Indian Museum

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Mille Lacs Indian Museum Field Trip
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Hmong in Minnesota

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Hmong in Minnesota
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Hmong in Minnesota

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Hungry Johnny

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Ojibwe Shoulder Bag Kit

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Ojibwe Shoulder Bag Curriculum Kit
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Latino Minnesota

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Latino Minnesota
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Becoming Minnesotan

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Becoming Minnesotan
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