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A field guide to the James & Younger Gang escape trail. Written and researched by the Scope Program of the Northfield Public School and the Northfield Historical Society (spiral bound) GPS coordinate
A Compilation of Dear Santa Letters from the Northfield News 1902-1945
By Carleton College Associate Professor of Cinema and Media Studies, Carol Donelan.
Motion pictures, invented in 1895, produced new exhibitors and audiences all across America. In the small town of Northfield, Minnesota, itinerant showmen were the first to project films during medicine shows and stage performances at Lockwood Opera House and the Ware Auditorium.
Connecting the local experience to larger currents in industry and culture, this is the story of how the movies entred into and became everyday life for citizens in one small Midwestern community.
DVD The book by John J Koblas, about the James-Younger Raid on the First National Bank in Northfield MN, the most up to date information. Run time is 12 minutes. Video is shown in the Northfield Historical Society exhibits.
Book by John J Koblas, about the James-Younger Raid on the First National Bank in Northfield MN, the most up to date information published in 2001. (Hard Cover)
Published by the Northfield Historical Society, this booklet offers readers a glimpse of Northfield before and up to the infamous attempted bank raid by the James-Younger Gang in 1876. (paperback)
The detailed history written by George Huntington, soon after the raid. (paperback)
by John J Koblas, Koblas presents a book based on exhaustive research that is essentially a presentation of all available reports. This is the most detailed examination of a James Gang event. It is a masterpiece of historical research. (Hard Cover)
Published by the Northfield Historical Society, written by Susan Hvistendahl, describes the first meeting place in the town of Northfield, MN organized by John North, the founder of Northfield. (paperback)
The history of the raid in Northfield MN Sept 7, 1876 with actual images of the bank, scene of the battle and citizens involved. (booklet)
by R L Wilson, A unique pictorial celebration of the West, lavishly illustrated and excellent in its authenticity. 391 pages (Hard Cover)