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  1. John H. Stevens House. 47 likes. This 1849-50 house, now located in historic Minnehaha Park, was the birthplace of Minneapolis and Hennepin County. History was made here!

    • 4901 Minnehaha Ave S, Minneapolis, MN, 55417, Minnesota
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  2. John H. Stevens House. c/o Treasurer. 2922 California St NE. Minneapolis MN 55418. The John H. Stevens House is owned and maintained by the Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board. Programming and tours are coordinated by the John H. Stevens House Volunteer Community Board. Our historic garden is maintained by the Dowling Community Gardening Club.

  3. On June 30, 1983, to commemorate the house’s first move, school children pulled the Stevens House, with the help of a truck driver, 200 yards to its current location. After the completion of its move and restoration by the Junior League in 1985, the John H. Stevens House was open as a public museum.

  4. Aug 09, 2015 · July 28, 2017 - A quick blue lite rail ride from downtown Minneapolis, we visited Minnehaha Park and right at the entrance is the Stevens House. Over 134 years, the house has been moved four times and finally is at this picturesque location. There is a statue of John H. Stevens very close to the house.

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    • 4901 Minnehaha Ave South, Minneapolis, 55417, Minnesota
  5. The Historic John H. Stevens House Museum. 4901 Minnehaha Ave. Minnehaha Park. Minneapolis, MN 55417. (opens in new window) (612) 722-2220 (Phone) View Website. Send Email. Located approximately 1 mi N of Mpls/St Paul Int'l Airport on Hiawatha Ave in Minnehaha Park, across from the 50th street Lightrail Station.

    • 4901 Minnehaha Ave, Minneapolis, 55417, MN
    • (612) 722-2220
  6. John H. Stevens House. 47 likes. This 1849-50 house, now located in historic Minnehaha Park, was the birthplace of Minneapolis and Hennepin County. History was made here!

  7. Jun 27, 2019 · July 28, 2017 - A quick blue lite rail ride from downtown Minneapolis, we visited Minnehaha Park and right at the entrance is the Stevens House. Over 134 years, the house has been moved four times and finally is at this picturesque location. There is a statue of John H. Stevens very close to the house.

    • 4901 Minnehaha Ave South, Minneapolis, MN
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