In 1869 The Minnesota Guide summed up Rochester, Minnesota as "a fine business point." Today Rochester is not only a fine business point but also a world-class medical center, a technology town, and a city of such favorable charms and amenities that it has been repeatedly recognized as "the best place to live in America." The story of Rochester's journey from frontier crossroads to international destination is found in Rochester, Minnesota. With nearly 200 photographs and insightful commentary that help preserve the city's rich history, this book is a tribute to the individuals and institutions that gave rise to this classic Midwestern city. The homesteaders of the 19th century, the founders of Rochester's tradition of medical excellence, and many of the enterprises that contributed to Rochester's growth are remembered here.
|Publisher:||Arcadia Publishing SC|
|Series:||Images of America Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.44(w) x 9.34(h) x 0.34(d)|
About the Author
Ted St. Mane is co-author of Lanesboro, Minnesota: Historic Destination, published by Arcadia in 2002. He has written and produced numerous corporate, industrial and educational programs for video and broadcast. A native of Southeastern Minnesota, Ted has been a Rochester resident for over 18 years.