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Anoka County History Center and Library [MN]

The Anoka County Historical Society seeks to preserve and share the history of Anoka County, Minnesota. To this end, the society operates a research center with more than 750 books and thousands of archival documents; and boasts ownership of more than 47,000 cataloged items.

The society offers exhibits, living history outreach programs, traveling trunks for rental, downtown walking ghost tours, library access, and research assistance. A fee is charged for research assistance. Reservations are required for outreach programs and ghost tours. The website links to the society's monthly history television program, which can be viewed online.

 
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