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Re: Polish settlers in Winona, MN
Posted by: NAN BAKER Date: October 14, 1998 at 22:50:56
In Reply to: Re: Polish settlers in Winona, MN by NAN BAKER of 18139

POLISH CULTURAL INSTITUTE/MUSEUM
102 LIBERTY ST.
WINONA 55987

WINONA HAS A RICH POLISH HERITAGE, ST. STANISLAUS CHURCH, HOT FISH SHOP(RESTURANT)
,IN FACT ENTIRE EAST SIDE AT ONE TIME WAS ENTIRELY POLISH. HOPE YOU CAN VISIT IT SOMETIME(SUMMER IS BEST).
LOL
NAN

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