Saint Paul is named for the log Chapel of Saint Paul established by Father Lucien Galtier, who was the first pastor of the region.
Created: March 4, 1854
Buechiner & Orth of St. Paul, Minnesota
Buechiner & Orth of St. Paul, Minnesota designed many courthouses across the United State.
Dickey County / Divide County / Foster County / Grand Forks County / McHenry County / LaMoure County / McIntosh County / Mountrail County / Pembina County / Pierce County / Richland County / Sargent County / Traill County
Toltz, King & Day of St. Paul, Minnesota
The architect, Toltz, King & Day of St. Paul, Minnesota, designed many courthouses in the United States.
Minneapolis is named for the Dakota word “minne” meaning “many lakes” and the Ancient Greek word “polis” meaning “city”.
Charles E Bell of Minneapolis, Minnesota
The architect, Charles E Bell of Minneapolis designed many courthouses in the United States with Menno Detweiler and others and he designed the Montana State Capitol and the South Dakota State Capitol.