Walking All the Streets of Eastern Minnehaha | streets.mn

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One can’t avoid the “Cult of Hiawatha” in the southeastern portion of Minneapolis, and so I once again found myself in a neighborhood named for one fictional Indian (Minnehaha) bounded by a highway named for another (Hiawatha), all of which was supposed to somehow make people feel better about living on the land of real Indians. Aside from its name, Hiawatha Avenue’s major significance for this walk is that it constitutes a diagonal boundary unsuited

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