The North Star Project, 2013-2014 Report Number Thirty-Two, My Home Town Story, by Delaney Babich

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The North Star Project, 2013-2014 Report Number Thirty-Two, My Home Town Story, by Delaney Babich

Every city has a name, and they also have a story. My hometown is no different. I grew up in the small town of Lindstrom, Minnesota. We are located thirty-five miles northeast of the twin cities.  It is a quaint yet bustling area kept alive by highway 8, or the main vein as some call it here. The town has become modern while also being able to keep many of our historical monuments and buildings in tact, since they are so important to the history of how it was created.  The town’s nickname is “Little Sweden” due to the Swedish immigrants who started the town in 1894.  A man named Daniel Lindstrom founded the town with other members of his family and a few friends. One of those men was named Vilhelm Moberg, who created…

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