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Third home of Minnesota's first and most influential cooperative creamery, built in 1927 with a second-floor meeting hall.Also noted for its fine architecture and association with a successful Danish American dairying community.1909 meeting hall of the Zapadni Ceska Bratrska Jednota fraternal society; the last of three halls that served as social and recreational centers for southeast Freeborn County's Czech American population.Park developments significant as examples of New Deal federal work relief, strategic placement of state recreational facilities, and National Park Service rustic design, with 12 contributing properties built 1936–1940, including a unique observation/water tower and a dam engineered over quicksand.1923 train station owned by the Canadian National Railway but also housing U. federal border agencies; a symbol of international cooperation and the chief conduit for Baudette's growth and development.Rare surviving Civilian Conservation Corps work camp with 14 remaining buildings constructed 1935–36, then used 1936–42 as the headquarters for Minnesota's largest Resettlement Administration project, which relocated settlers from inadequate farmland and restored it for resource extraction and recreation.The numbers of NRHP listings in each county are documented by tables in each of the individual county list-articles.Two round barns constructed in the early 1920s, prominent examples of the numerous reinforced concrete structures built in the area by contractor Al Cota and his successors from 1913 through the 1940s.Renville County's oldest and most intact railway station on its original site, built c. Also significant as a symbol of the local importance of railroads and as a regional example of a 19th-century frame passenger/freight depot. Orff, noted for its architectural significance and—with the adjacent 1904 jail—as the outcome of a particularly involved four-way, 28-year battle for county seat status.1901 school with several additions, reflecting the 20th-century growth and educational expansion of small-town public schools.
Distinctive 1914 American Craftsman train station associated with the development of the rail network and agriculture in northwestern Minnesota and South Dakota. Ruins of the 1861 house of influential Minnesota settler Joseph R. Also associated with native–white relations, white settlement and reservation establishment on the upper Minnesota River, and the outbreak of the Dakota War of 1862.1914 hotel and restaurant, a prominent small-town venue offering lodging for rail-based business travelers as well as early automotive tourists on the Yellowstone Trail, plus a banquet hall for local events.Distinctive 1937 municipal building with an asymmetrical design, cut fieldstone façade, and sympathetic 1948 addition, emblematic of the Depression-era infrastructure sponsored by the Works Progress Administration.Fairground with eight contributing properties built 1936–38, representative of the importance of the county fair in rural Minnesota culture and the enduring output of the Works Progress Administration.Twenty-two sites are also National Historic Landmarks.Also, the counts in this table exclude boundary increase and decrease listings which modify the area covered by an existing property or district and which carry a separate National Register reference number.
Two-story school built in 1918, a distinctive example of the larger facilities built to begin consolidating Minnesota's rural school districts.