Minnehaha Falls, Minneapolis, Minnesota

This is another view of Minnehaha Falls, located in a park in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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MINNEHAHA FALLS

This famous falls, immortalized in Longfellow’s “Hiawatha”, is one of the many beauty spots of Minneapolis, city of lakes and parks.

Minneapolis is separated from the city of Saint Paul by the Mississippi River, similar to the way the Danube separates the cities of Buda and Pest in Hungary.

This image likely dates from the 1940s.

Minnehaha Falls, Minneapolis, Minnesota

This image shows the main cataract of Minnehaha Falls, with an excerpt of the poem “Hiawatha” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

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The description states:

MINNEHAHA FALLS

Located in Minnehaha Park in South Minneapolis, Minnehaha Falls, made famous in Longfellow’s “Hiawatha”, tumbles into a deep glen of woodland beauty below.

Minnehaha Park and the associated creek and falls are part of the Mississippi National River and Recreational Area, extending along large portions of the Mississippi River in Minnesota.

This image likely dates from the 1940s.

Native American Statue, Minneapolis, Minnesota

This image shows a life-sized statue of the legendary American Indians Hiawatha and Minnehaha, 

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The description states:

HIAWATHA AND MINNEHAHA STATUE.

MINNEHAHA PARK, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.

This statue, immortalized by Longfellow in his poem “The Song of Hiawatha” is located just above Minnehaha Falls, a few yards from the beautiful Mississippi River Gorge.

Hiawatha was a founder of the Iroquois Confederacy. Minnehaha, however, is fictional, from the poem noted above.

This image likely dates from the 1940s.