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Renamed the Minneapolis Grain Exchange in 1947.2.8-mile (4.5 km) trench and 28 bridges built 1912–1916 to separate rail and street traffic, an urban planning accomplishment to improve both safety and industry. Minneapolis' oldest surviving railway station, built 1897–9, with an earlier 1879 freight house.
Also significant for their architecture, association with the milling district, and preservation of one of the nation’s few remaining truss-roofed train sheds.
1853 house of prominent early Minnesotan Riley Bartholomew (1807–1894), a justice of the peace, delegate to the Minnesota Constitutional Convention, state senator, and volunteer soldier during the Dakota War of 1862. Landmark church built 1907–14 concurrently with the Cathedral of Saint Paul; noted for its exemplary Baroque Revival architecture, association with Minnesota's religious heritage, and honor as the first Catholic basilica proclaimed in the United States.
Minneapolis's oldest intact school, dating to 1886; representative of the 19th-century emphasis on education through its castle-like architecture and origin during a frenzy of construction by Minneapolis Public Schools.1883 Carpenter Gothic/Stick style house and outbuildings built by the manager of the Minnetonka Mills Company, the first mill west of Minneapolis and nucleus of the first town in western Hennepin County.
The fort, first named Fort Saint Anthony and later Fort Snelling, became an island of civilization in the wilderness.
In 1837, Franklin Steele established a claim for the land on the east side of Saint Anthony Falls.
Many historic sites outside the Minneapolis city limits are associated with pioneers who established missions, farms, and schools in areas that are now suburbs in that metropolitan area.
Father Louis Hennepin was the first European explorer to visit and name Saint Anthony Falls, the tallest waterfall on the Mississippi River, in 1680.
Leading example of the Twin Cities' renowned concrete arch bridges of the 1920s, whose 435-foot (133 m) main span was the world's longest of its type upon completion in 1923. Leading example, completed in 1929, of the monumental reinforced-concrete arch bridges built to span the Twin Cities' high river bluffs at the beginning of the automobile era; the master work of engineer Kristoffer Olsen Oustad. Prominent six-building apartment complex constructed 1970–74, a nationally significant example of urban renewal as the first project funded under Title VII.
It had a capacity of 4,000 barrels per day when it first opened.
Improvements in milling technology made it possible to grind the tougher spring wheat into a finer product, producing Minnesota "patent" flour, the finest bread flour in the world at that time.
The two towns prospered as a result of industries and businesses based around the falls, but business was better on the west side of the falls.
Minneapolis incorporated as a city in 1867, and three years later it merged with the village of Saint Anthony.This list is of the properties and historic districts that are designated on the National Register of Historic Places, as well as a list of those that were formerly designated, in Hennepin County, Minnesota; there are 168 entries as of January 2018.