January 14, 2018
We have just posted the remainder of the 1979 Burnsvlle Currents.
The Burnsville Historical Archive is steadily growing. It currently contains 7,907 documents in a searchable format.
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The process of preparing the yearbooks for your viewing takes time and involves several scanning and technical steps. We want to do a good job!
Clicking the link will also show you which yearbooks we still need to borrow for scanning.
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Maybe your connections to Burnsville date to the 1800s.
Maybe you moved here last week! Either way Burnsville history has something for you! Our mission is to gather, preserve and present the stories of our community. It's fair to say we are also dedicated to having fun while learning about our neighbors, old and new!
We concentrate on being a digital historical society. Using this website, Facebook and Youtube, we strive to present ALL our materials and resources online and without charge.
People often want to visit our museum. We wish we had one! On the plus side, being a "virtual" organization means that we can operate efficiently with a very small budget. Also, some of our most interested users live "oceans away" from Minnesota.
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