This is the event that was censored previously by Facebook. This is an educational history talk and book signing.
was active through the nation, as well as here in Minnesota during the 1920s. Historian, author, and teacher Elizabeth Dorsey Hatle will talk about this rarely-acknowledged chapter of local history. Learn about the rise and fall of the in Minnesota, their propaganda, political aspirations, as well as Hennepin County Attorney Floyd Olson's successful prosecution of five Minneapolis members.
Sunday, March 8th
Fireside Chats are included FREE with museum admission ($5 for adults, $1 children and seniors, free for HHM members).
Limited free parking is available in our rear lot and on-street. Pay parking is available in the adjacent MIA lot.
We regret to inform that the museum is not handicapped-accessible.
Books will be available for sale.
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