Major Disasters in Minnesota
Print list of major storms, fires, floods and rains, insect infestations, wind storms, tornados, and other extreme weather events.
MNHS Call Number: Reading Room 606.1 .A67 2001
Minnesota Executive Council, Relief Correspondence and Records, 1919-1955
Correspondence and related materials to disaster relief for a wide range of disasters in Minnesota. Includes records for drought, hailstorm, fire, seed grain, flood, and tornado relief.
MNHS Call Number: See finding aid in the library (Executive Council).
Natural disasters can shape a community. Researchers may be interested in learning about natural disasters in Minnesota to understand circumstances in their family, local, or state history. The Gale Family Library has a number of resources documenting the destruction and rebuilding of many resilient Minnesota communities.
Gale Family Library
Minnesota Historical Society Library
Located on the Second Floor of the Minnesota History Center
345 West Kellogg Blvd.
St. Paul, MN 55102
Thursday to Saturday: 9am to 4pm
Sunday to Wednesday: Closed