Harriet Bishop–Frontier School Teacher
St. Paul’s first public school teacher, Harriet Bishop, is stopping by the Moorhead Library for a visit. She’s going to teach us all about life on the frontier and all the interesting people who lived and worked in St. Paul during the early 1880s. Find out how schools have changed since her day.
This performance is part of The Beat Goes On series, funded in part or in whole with money from the Minnesota Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund. If you like programs like this, be sure to let your legislators know.
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