The mission of the Saint Paul Almanac is to share stories and foster dialogue that creates understanding, learning, new relationships, and collaborative action among our city’s diverse individuals, families, and neighborhoods.
“Who does not love a Minnesota winter, with its clear bracing air—its blue sky and its life-giving atmosphere?... Fear not then, the blast of coming winter. Pile on the wood, let the cracking fire shed its heat while the Northwestern winds howl about our doors.”
September 13, 1893: Concordia University, a Lutheran institution, welcomes its first students to its temporary quarters.
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