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Title: THE EARLY RESORTS OF MINNESOTA - TOURISM IN THE LAND OF 10,000

Author: Ren Holland

ISBN: ISBN-10: 1592984371

ISBN13: NA

Publisher: Beaver”s Pond Press

Edition: September 11, 2012

Price: $26.56

Pages: 480

REVIEW: As Minnesota s tourism expanded beyond the hotels along the Mississippi and early railroad lines, small family resorts emerged. They catered to the simple pleasures of an outdoor enthusiast: a good fishing lake, a passable road, and a lodge with a cabin or two. As the demands of tourists shifted throughout the twentieth century, the state”s resorts were dramatically altered. The Early Resorts of Minnesota:Tourism in the Land of 10,000 Lakes explains how resorts evolved, their prime locations, owners, amenities, and the rustic elegance that made Minnesota”s resorts national icons.

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