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A picture of traditional indigenous food from First Nations Kitchen at All Saints Episcopal Church in Minneapolis, MN.
Chief Arvol Looking Horse and others lead a pipe ceremony at Pilot Knob on October 3, 2009
The 1851 Traverse des Sioux Treaty ceded approximately 35 million acres of land in Minnesota and Iowa to the federal government. The treaty was signed on Pilot Knob and this plaque commemorates the signing.
MinnStar Builder's application to the City of Mendota Heights to build a housing development on Pilot Knob
National Register Bulletin 38 or "Guidelines for Evaluating and Documenting Traditional Cultural Properties gives the guidelines for evaluating if a site can be put on the National Register of Historic Places based on its "traditional cultural…
Historian Bruce White presents information about Pilot Knob to the Mendota Heights City Council in hopes of convincing them to order an Environmental Assessment Worksheet for the site. The council discusses this information and other information…
Multiple state grants were used to fund the preservation of Pilot Knob, a Native American sacred site in Mendota Heights, Minnesota
The Resource Manargement Plan describes the desired goals and process for restoring and managing Pilot Knob once it had been saved from development
This small brochure on Pilot Knob introduces the cultural, historical, spiritual and ecological importance of this Dakota County landmark.
In 2003 an Environmental Assessment Worksheet was done on Pilot Knob, Mendota Heights, MN.