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Mankato

(mănkā`tō), city (1990 pop. 31,477), seat of Blue Earth co., S Minn., at the confluence of the Blue Earth and Minnesota rivers; inc. 1865. It is a trade and processing center for a farm and dairy region. Industries include soybean processing and the manufacture of flour, feeds, building materials, and computer equipment. Mankato stone has been quarried there for over 100 years. The city is the seat of Minnesota State Univ., Mankato. Sibley Park in Mankato was the site of Camp Lincoln, where more than 300 Sioux were held and 38 of them hanged, after their revolt in 1862. A state park, with waterfalls, adjoins the city.
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Marty Beil, BS, is an Assistant Administrator the School Sisters of Notre Dame (SSND), Mankato, Minnesota. He founded the "Green Team" at SSND and is working as chairman of the SSND Green Team Committee.
Gina Wenger is on the Art Education faculty at Minnesota State University in Mankato, Minnesota. gina.wenger@mnsu.
Coloplast also has operations in Mankato, Minnesota and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Shelly Sabatka knew she was on to something when the family members of residents at Mankato Lutheran Home, the skilled nursing facility in Mankato, Minnesota, where she is employed as the food and vending director, raved about the food served at the annual Thanksgiving dinner.
But since that time, a remarkable and impressive motorcycle program has breathed new life into the Computer Integrated Machining (CIM) department at South Central College (SCC) in North Mankato, Minnesota.
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I had heard of numerous stories of the honoring provided annually for our thirty-eight Dakota men who were hanged in Mankato, Minnesota, on December 26, 1862, in the largest mass execution in United States history, after the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 was over.
135TH INF.--July 11-13, 2003, Mankato, Minnesota, Contact Herb Schaper, Phone (507) 359-9009, Email hschaper@newulmtel.net.
The so-called "Motorheads," a group of car devotees, would congregate in a park in Mankato, Minnesota, every day about noon.
In Minnesota, the School Sisters of Notre Dame offer education on rural issues and practical advice for eating and living in solidarity with farm families through the SSND Center for Earth Spirituality and Rural Ministry in Mankato, Minnesota.
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Chown is an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science and Law Enforcement at Mankato State University, Mankato, Minnesota.