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An Amish buggy in the snow near the Minnesota-Iowa border.

A sign on U.S. Highway 52 between Harmony and Preston, Minnesota alerts passengers to slower Amish buggy traffic along the route.

The conscience clause of the Minnesota Constitution guarantees any citizen the freedom to practice their religion "according to the dictates of his conscience" as long as it doesn't interfere with public peace or safety.

Two Amish buggies in southern Minnesota cross paths. The Amish use buggies instead of automobiles to keep their Christian communities small and close-knit.

The percent change in foreign born population in Minnesota in two decades from 1990 to 2010.

Dakota refugees fleeing from battlegrounds on the first day of the Dakota War of 1862.

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An image of the First Universalist Church building, featuring a Black Lives Matter banner

Sign on wall of children's classrooms saying what Islam is and what Islam is not- sharing positive celebration of all religions

Around 5,000 Amish live in Minnesota, concentrated in Fillmore County along the state's border with Iowa.

Amish Ordnung dictates the structure of life for those who live in Amish houses like this one in southeastern Minnesota. The house does not have conveniences like central heating, telephones, or television.