National Register of Historic Places listings in Beltrami County, Minnesota facts for kids
This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Beltrami County, Minnesota. This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Beltrami County, Minnesota, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in an online map.
There are 13 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including one National Historic Landmark district.
|Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Location||City or town||Description|
|1||Beltrami County Courthouse||
|Beltrami Ave. and 6th St.
||Bemidji||1902 courthouse significant as Beltrami County's long-serving seat of government, as well as its most prominent public architecture and expression of Beaux-Arts style.|
|2||Bemidji Carnegie Library||
|426 Bemidji Ave.
||Bemidji||Well-preserved local example of a Carnegie library and of public Neoclassical architecture, built in 1909. Now the Bemidji Community Art Center.|
|3||Buena Vista Archeological Historic District||
|Off County Road 15
||Turtle Lake Township||Largely undisturbed site of a logging-era boomtown, established in 1896 and moribund by 1909. District includes the site of a nearby sawmill and an intact 1898 schoolhouse.|
|4||Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox||
|3rd St. and Bemidji Ave.
||Bemidji||The Midwest's first colossal roadside statues, built in 1937 to promote automobile tourism in northern Minnesota.|
|5||District No. 132 School||
|County Road 500
||Pinewood vicinity||c. 1915 school building noted for its unusual wooden Neoclassical façade.|
|6||Great Northern Depot||
||Bemidji||1913 train station symbolizing the rail access that transformed Bemidji into a logging boomtown and regional trade center. Now the Beltrami County History Center.|
|7||Lake Bemidji State Park CCC/NYA/Rustic Style Historic Resources||
|Off County Highway 20 northeast of Bemidji
||Bemidji vicinity||Minnesota's only state park facilities constructed by the National Youth Administration; also significant as examples of New Deal federal work relief and National Park Service rustic design, with two contributing properties built 1937–39.|
|8||Minnesota and International Railway Trestle at Blackduck||
|0.25 miles (0.40 km) north of junction CSAH 39
||Blackduck||701-foot-long (214 m) timber trestle built 1901–02 to cross a difficult marsh, noted for its considerable length and intact substructure. Now carries the Blue Ox Trail.|
|1st St. over the Mississippi River
||Bemidji||Exemplary 1917 reinforced-concrete arch bridge, particularly noted for its large size, urban setting, barrel vault design, early date, and use of an early patented reinforcement system.|
|10||David Park House||
|1501 Birchmont Dr.
||Bemidji||One of Minnesota's few outstanding examples of residential Streamline Moderne architecture, built in 1936.|
|11||Rabideau CCC Camp||
|Off County Highway 39 in Chippewa National Forest
||Blackduck vicinity||One of the nation's few intact camps of the Civilian Conservation Corps, the most acclaimed New Deal program and a key influence on the conservation movement. Contains 17 contributing properties built 1935–1941.|
|County Highway 23
||Kelliher vicinity||1903 log one-room school and 1912 school building—the state's first purpose-built consolidated school—representing the early-20th-century development of education in northern Minnesota.|
|13||Three Island Park Site||
|Three Island Lake County Park
||Port Hope Township||Woodland period seasonal fishing camp chiefly associated with the Blackduck-Kathio Complex of 600–1100 CE.|
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