White, author of "Highway
55 and the Camp Coldwater Settlement: An Independent Investigation"
will speak on "Camp Coldwater and the Future of Historic Preservation in
the Fort Snelling Area" as described by Bruce below.
Bruce White is speaking on April 7, 2001 to the Annual Meeting of the Friends of the Sibley Historic Site on the topic of "Camp Coldwater and the Future of Historic Preservation in the Fort Snelling Area." As described in the attached invitation and registration forms, the cost for the luncheon is $18. If you have any questions, call Lisa Krahn at the Sibley House (651-452-1596). We hope to see some friends of Camp Coldwater and Mendota and Fort Snelling there.
(Call Sibley Historic Site for details, at 651-452-1596 and registration)
2001 ANNUAL MEETING AND LUNCHEON FRIENDS OF THE SIBLEY HISTORIC SITE
Date: Saturday, April 7, 2001
Time: Social Hour - Noon
Luncheon - 12:30
Business Meeting - 1:15
Program - 1:30
Place: Lost Spur Golf and Country Club
2750 Sibley Highway
St. Paul, MN 55121
The Lost Spur is south of the Mendota Bridge. Advance Reservations for the luncheon are required and must be received no later than March 30, 2001.
Directions to the Lost Spur
Go east across the Mendota Bridge, stay in right lane and follow signs to Highway 13 South, which is the Sibley Memorial Highway. Go south about 2 miles to the Lost Spur, which will be on the left or east side of the highway, as you are heading south.
From St. Paul:
Take 35E South Highway 110. Go west on Highway 110 and follow signs to Highway 13 South. Go about 2
miles south on Highway 13, which is the Sibley Memorial Highway. The Lost Spur will be on the left or east side of the highway, as you are heading south.
"Highway 55 and the Camp Coldwater Settlement: An Independent Investigation" can be found at:
www.tc.umn.edu/%7Ewhite067/ or you can link there from