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December 12, 2017

BHS Yearbooks Online

Check out the Yearbooks page by clicking

We've long wanted to host the yearbooks and a recent donation of a bundle of books came from Marty Hanson. Marty's Dad was Dick Hanson of BHS Football and Classroom fame. It is his collection, shared with all.

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!

Maybe this is the project for you! Volunteers make it happen!

Clicking the link will also show you which yearbooks we still need to borrow for scanning.

1977 is the latest to be added!

Welcome to the Website!

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.

All that we do is for your use and enjoyment without charge! If you appreciate our efforts, we invite you to donate online, using RAZOO. We also LOVE volunteers! You need no technical skills, only historical curiosity.

Some materials are geared toward fun and casual interest. But you'll find others rich in information for serious research. Enjoy, and give us your feedback!




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Odds n' Ends from other places.

Clippings, ads, photos and observations.

They illuminate social and cultural shifts
through the years and are often fun!

They can give us a more genuine feeling
for daily life in the past.