The Northfield History Collaborative preserves and makes accessible digital versions of records of the history of the Northfield, Minn., area.
The NHC was established in 2007 as a forum for local libraries, archives, museums, and others to collaborate in identifying, describing, digitizing, and making accessible materials related to the history of Northfield. We share metadata standards, a technical platform, a web-based portal, and, most importantly, a commitment to work toward providing comprehensive access to the records of Northfield history.
Our initial foci included in this portal related to two themes: Education in Northfield and the James-Younger Gang Bank Raid, but we have since broadened our collection to include general topics in Northfield history (see list below). We hope you find useful the manuscripts, photographs, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, audio recordings, and books in this growing collection.
We welcome questions, suggestions, and new partners in this endeavor.
Collections by Topic
- Education in Northfield
- James-Younger Gang Bank Raid
- Arts and Culture
- Business and Industry
- Health and Medicine
- People of Northfield
- Politics and Government
- Sports and Recreation
This website is funded in part by the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund grant administered by Minnesota Historical Society. [/box]