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5 Fun Facts About November 14 In Minnesota History

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1. On November 14, 1978, Minnesota Governor Rudy Perpich signed a bill that changed the state bird from the common loon to the eastern bluebird. This decision was made to reflect the declining population of bluebirds and to encourage their conservation efforts.

2. In 1896, the first issue of the Minnesota Daily, the student newspaper of the University of Minnesota, was published on November 14. The newspaper has been in continuous production ever since and has won numerous awards for its journalism.

3. On November 14, 1924, the famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright visited the University of Minnesota to give a lecture on his philosophies of architecture. The lecture was well-received and helped to further popularize Wright's unique style.

4. Minnesota native and Olympic gold medalist Lindsey Vonn was born on November 14, 1984. Vonn is considered one of the greatest alpine skiers of all time and has won numerous championships and awards throughout her career.

5. On November 14, 1893, Lake City, Minnesota experienced a devastating fire that destroyed much of the town's business district. Despite the destruction, the town was quickly rebuilt and today is known as a charming community along the Mississippi River.
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