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Classroom of students in newly built St. Benedict's Mission School, White Earth, MN, circa 1895. Image courtesy of Minnesota Reflections.
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Bonnie Wilson, who was the photography archivist at the Minnesota Historical Society before retiring in 2005, wrote two essays for Minnesota Reflections when it was new. These essays help students understand the value of photography to historians and teach students how to understand and analyze the information in photographs.