National Register of Historic Places listings in Pine County, Minnesota facts for kids

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This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Pine County, Minnesota. It is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Pine 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 22 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including a National Historic Landmark district. A supplementary list includes two additional sites that were formerly on the National Register.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted March 31, 2017.

Current listings

Name on the Register Image Date listed Location City or town Description
1 Bethlehem Lutheran Church
Bethlehem Lutheran Church
August 18, 1980
(#80002103)
Kirke Alle
46°11′17″N 92°46′41″W / 46.188089°N 92.778077°W / 46.188089; -92.778077 (Bethlehem Lutheran Church)
Askov 1915 brick Gothic Revival church built for a Danish American community.
2 Cloverton School
Cloverton School
August 18, 1980
(#80002104)
County Road 32
46°10′03″N 92°19′23″W / 46.167412°N 92.32311°W / 46.167412; -92.32311 (Cloverton School)
New Dosey Township 1920 brick school with cast-stone trim. Demolished (see talk page).
3 District No. 74 School
District No. 74 School
June 25, 1992
(#92000820)
County Highway 22 north of County Highway 30
46°08′35″N 92°38′19″W / 46.143054°N 92.638505°W / 46.143054; -92.638505 (District No. 74 School)
Danforth Township 1899 log school with 1909 frame addition.
4 John Doboszenski Farmstead
John Doboszenski Farmstead
August 18, 1980
(#80002105)
Off County Highway 43
46°18′32″N 92°46′12″W / 46.309007°N 92.769966°W / 46.309007; -92.769966 (John Doboszenski Farmstead)
Willow River vicinity 1894 farmstead of an immigrant subsistence farmer.
5 Hinckley Fire Relief House
Hinckley Fire Relief House
August 18, 1980
(#80002112)
Court Ave. and 6th St.
46°07′58″N 92°51′46″W / 46.132809°N 92.86266°W / 46.132809; -92.86266 (Hinckley Fire Relief House)
Sandstone 1894 frame house with lean-to, a surviving example of emergency relief housing built after the Great Hinckley Fire.
6 Hinckley State Line Marker
Hinckley State Line Marker
September 6, 2002
(#02000935)
Minnesota Highway 48
46°00′46″N 92°27′00″W / 46.012703°N 92.450014°W / 46.012703; -92.450014 (Hinckley State Line Marker)
Ogema Township 1942 sandstone National Park Service rustic state entrance sign.
7 Louis Hultgren House and Sand Pit
Louis Hultgren House and Sand Pit
August 18, 1980
(#80002108)
Minnesota Highway 23
46°20′21″N 92°35′25″W / 46.339167°N 92.590278°W / 46.339167; -92.590278 (Louis Hultgren House and Sand Pit)
Kerrick c. 1896 house and sand quarrying business of a Swedish immigrant, an example of early industry in the region.
8 Kettle River Bridge
Kettle River Bridge
June 29, 1998
(#98000687)
Minnesota Highway 123 over the Kettle River
46°07′44″N 92°51′24″W / 46.128874°N 92.856577°W / 46.128874; -92.856577 (Kettle River Bridge)
Sandstone 1948 steel deck truss bridge.
9 Kettle River Sandstone Company Quarry
Kettle River Sandstone Company Quarry
July 18, 1991
(#91000877)
North of Minnesota Highway 123 on the western bank of the Kettle River
46°07′58″N 92°51′28″W / 46.132901°N 92.857666°W / 46.132901; -92.857666 (Kettle River Sandstone Company Quarry)
Sandstone Site of Minnesota's largest sandstone quarry, active 1885–1919. Now a city park.
10 Peter P. Kilstofte Farmstead
Peter P. Kilstofte Farmstead
August 18, 1980
(#80002109)
County Highway 33
46°11′50″N 92°47′04″W / 46.197222°N 92.784444°W / 46.197222; -92.784444 (Peter P. Kilstofte Farmstead)
Askov 1913 dairy farm of a notable contractor, with an American Bungalow farmhouse and a rubble masonry silo.
11 Minneapolis Trust Company Commercial Building
Minneapolis Trust Company Commercial Building
August 18, 1980
(#80002113)
Main and 4th Sts.
46°07′56″N 92°52′00″W / 46.132148°N 92.866686°W / 46.132148; -92.866686 (Minneapolis Trust Company Commercial Building)
Sandstone Commercial building of local sandstone built by company that led reconstruction after the Great Hinckley Fire. Now the Sandstone History and Art Center.
12 North West Company Post
North West Company Post
August 7, 1972
(#72000679)
On the Snake River west of Pine City
45°49′17″N 93°00′41″W / 45.821359°N 93.011382°W / 45.821359; -93.011382 (North West Company Post)
Pine City vicinity Reconstructed 1804 North West Company fur trading post, now a Minnesota Historical Society living history museum.
13 Northern Pacific Depot
Northern Pacific Depot
August 18, 1980
(#80002107)
Front St. at Finland Ave.
46°12′02″N 92°54′58″W / 46.200593°N 92.916041°W / 46.200593; -92.916041 (Northern Pacific Depot)
Finlayson 1909 board-and-batten depot.
14 Northern Pacific Depot
Northern Pacific Depot
May 7, 1973
(#73000992)
Old U.S. Route 61 and 1st St., SE.
46°00′54″N 92°56′36″W / 46.015064°N 92.943401°W / 46.015064; -92.943401 (Northern Pacific Depot)
Hinckley 1895 reconstruction of frame depot destroyed in the Great Hinckley Fire. Now houses the Hinckley Fire Museum.
15 John A. Oldenburg House
John A. Oldenburg House
December 13, 1978
(#78001556)
Minnesota Highway 18
46°12′06″N 92°54′53″W / 46.201528°N 92.914803°W / 46.201528; -92.914803 (John A. Oldenburg House)
Finlayson c. 1896 frame Second Empire house of a prominent businessman.
16 Partridge Township Hall
Partridge Township Hall
August 18, 1980
(#80002110)
Kobmagergade
46°11′23″N 92°46′51″W / 46.189587°N 92.780808°W / 46.189587; -92.780808 (Partridge Township Hall)
Askov 1901 false-fronted frame community hall.
17 Red Clover Land Company Demonstration Farm
Red Clover Land Company Demonstration Farm
August 18, 1980
(#80002106)
Off County Road 32
46°10′14″N 92°21′02″W / 46.170647°N 92.350426°W / 46.170647; -92.350426 (Red Clover Land Company Demonstration Farm)
New Dosey Township c. 1915 demonstration farm built to show prospective settlers.
18 St. Croix Recreational Demonstration Area
St. Croix Recreational Demonstration Area
January 31, 1997
(#96001594)
Off Minnesota Highway 48 along the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway in Clover, Ogema, Crosby, Munch, and Chengwatana Townships
45°57′03″N 92°34′12″W / 45.950717°N 92.570128°W / 45.950717; -92.570128 (St. Croix Recreational Demonstration Area)
Hinckley vicinity Recreation Demonstration Area developed 1934–1943 by the CCC and WPA to repurpose poor farmland. Contains 164 National Park Service rustic structures, the largest collection in Minnesota.
19 Sandstone School
Sandstone School
February 7, 1979
(#79001251)
Commercial Ave. between 5th and 6th Sts.
46°07′58″N 92°51′50″W / 46.132715°N 92.863854°W / 46.132715; -92.863854 (Sandstone School)
Sandstone 1901 Romanesque/Classical Revival school of local sandstone, with 1910 addition.
20 Arnold Schwyzer Summer House and Farmstead
Arnold Schwyzer Summer House and Farmstead
August 18, 1980
(#80002114)
County Road 17
46°07′12″N 93°00′07″W / 46.119957°N 93.001907°W / 46.119957; -93.001907 (Arnold Schwyzer Summer House and Farmstead)
Sandstone vicinity Summer home and dairy farm developed 1902–1920s, example of the private lake retreats built in Pine County by affluent urbanites. Now the Audubon Center of the North Woods.
21 Stumne Mounds
Stumne Mounds
June 20, 1972
(#72000680)
Address Restricted
Pine City vicinity Linear and conical mounds dating to c. 600 CE.
22 Willow River Rutabaga Warehouse and Processing Plant
Willow River Rutabaga Warehouse and Processing Plant
June 21, 1990
(#90000935)
Off County Highway 61
46°19′08″N 92°50′27″W / 46.318855°N 92.840851°W / 46.318855; -92.840851 (Willow River Rutabaga Warehouse and Processing Plant)
Willow River 1935 processing and storage center for rutabagas, Minnesota's only handling facility specific to this local cash crop.

Former listings

Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location City or town Summary
1 Bridge No. 1811 over Kettle River
August 28, 1998
(#98001107)
May 17, 2005
Co. Hwy 33 over Kettle River
Rutledge vicinity 1916 Pratt truss bridge. Demolished in 2004.
2 Pine City Naval Militia Armory
August 18, 1980
(#80002111)
June 4, 2001
1st Avenue
Pine City 1914 armory. Demolished in 2000.

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