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Burnsville Community History newsletter - July, 1983 Vol. 2 No. 3187 viewsA quarterly publication of the Burnsville Chapter of the Dakota County Historical Society. This issue featured: The Skyline Squares dance club, A photo taken at a Sunday picnic at Crystal Lake around the year 1900 - with a number of the people identified and the Solaron Festival of the Future.
Bonnie Featherstone187 viewsPhoto of Bonnie Featherstone, when a School District 191 Board Member. Photo January 4, 1978 Burnsville Current.
Burnsville Center 2017187 viewsAccording to information appearing on the back of photo: Newly renovated Burnsville Center. Compliments of Burnsville Center, photo by Halsey Creative Services.
J. C. Penney Burnsville Center 2019187 viewsOur website shows photos of the interior of J.C. Penney at the Burnsville Center in 1978. This is a 2019 photo.
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Burnsville's Garden of Eden: a tranquil field of grass for Muslim burials186 viewsThis Islamic cemetery opened in Burnsville in 2005, it is one of two in the Twin Cities.
Billy Goat Bridge186 viewsA classic black and white photo of Burnsville's wooden bridge.
St. John the Baptist Cemetery, Byrnesville/Burnsville185 viewsAround 1976 "retaining" rocks are added to hill of the cemetery.
Burnsville Center185 viewsBarry Rush, Burnsville Center Assistant Manager. July 20, 1977 Burnsville Current.
A practical guide for Picky Shoppers - Burnsville Center Date needed185 viewsThe Burnsville Center and Eden Prairie Center were owned and operated by the same company and both used
Pat Paulson and the tag line "Picky Picky" in their ad campaigns. This is the Burnsville Center version.
Burnsville Center - Champs 1980s185 viewsChamps Sporting equipment was once located in the Mall. Photo compliments of the Burnsville Center.
Oscar Dally behind his house in Burnsville.184 viewsOscar's store was very close to the roadway, with just enough room for roadside parking. The house is set back (it still exists in 2016.) The house was restored beautifully, an addition added to the rear, while preserving the as-built portion to the east.
late 1920s or 1930s.
Burnsville Sports Center184 viewsKermit Severson, owner of the Burnsville Sports Center served on the Burnsville Planning Commission. Photo May 17, 1978 Burnsville Current.
Sky Oaks School184 viewsFirst graders at Sky Oaks school learn about Hannukah from Merle Rosenberg. December 14, 1977 Burnsville Current.
Cliff Road 184 viewsShown is the Lannon farm in center of photo, River Hills and the Pepsi Plant.
Black Dog Power Plant by air184 viewsThis 1960 aerial photo shows the Black Dog plant lower right, in relation to Bloomington. Courtesey of Aero-Metric Incorporated. Published in OVER THE YEARS - Dakota County Historical Society. August 2006.
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Kathy Voldberry 1978182 viewsA January 11, 1978 Burnsville Current photo of Kathy Voldberry at the Burnsville Bowl.
Ted Seidel182 viewsTed Seidel began at Burnsville High School in 1965 and dedicated thirty-one years of his life there, teaching German and continuing his passion for the game of soccer, by developing and coaching the boys' soccer program. During his thirty-one years at Burnsville High School, he impacted the lives of countless students and athletes, and celebrated several unforgettable State Championship seasons with his players. He died October 7, 2015.
Eagan by air 1992182 viewsThe Dakota County Historical Society's Over the Years Magazine March 1992 included a feature story with aerials of various Dakota County Communities including Eagan.
Eaton's Ranch (Apple Valley)182 viewsA 1940s photo of the popular Eaton's Ranch on Cedar Avenue.
Apartments 1977181 viewsApartments located at Highway 13 and Riverwoods Drive. Circa 1977 Burnsville Current photo.
Burnsville Center181 viewsA Back to the 50s event outside of Daytons at the Burnsville Center. September 13, 1978 Burnsville Current photo.
A good season at Gokey Buck Hill 1939181 viewsMarch 10, 1939 column in the Dakota County Tribune includes: The Gokey (Buck) Hill Ski slide has had very large crowds this winter. It seem to be quite an attraction for people of this neighborhood.

Also in the column - Erickson's chicken coop was destroyed by fire, They lost their chickens and car.
A sleigh ride party given by Helleyers last Thursday night was greatly enjoyed by nearby people.

Our community is sorry to hear of the death of Mr. Lenth. Our sympathy is extended to his wife and relatives.
Edward Myrman, who has been visiting the Fredrickson home for the last few weeks, left last Saturday for Roseau.

The Luther League met at the home of Fred Gessner. That same afternoon Mrs. Bohn and Holmes served the Luthern Women's Club. The club
planned to have a kitchen shower for the new church March 24 at 2 p.m. in the Argonne building.
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Beaver Mountain Water Slide today is Zombie Board Shop 2017180 viewsOnce the Beaver Mountain Water Slide lodge, the building now owned by Zombie Board Shop, location, Buck Hill Road.
Burnsville Center 1977180 viewsThe original informational brochure for the opening of the Burnsville Center. Comic Pat Paulsen was used as the spokesman.
Black Dog - an NSP coal-fixed plant that is making history180 viewsA booklet published by Northern States Power tells the history of the Black Dog plant.
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