The Governor's Office and History
On the walls of the Governor's Reception Room, you can see some of the greatest paintings from the U.S. Civil War: The Battle of Nashville by Howard Pyle, The Battle of Gettysburg by Rufus F. Zogbaum, The Second Minnesota Regiment at Missionary Ridge by Douglas Volk and The Fourth Minnesota Regiment Entering Vicksburg by Francis D. Millet. In the anteroom of the Governor's Office are two more Civil War paintings The Battle of Corinth by Edwin H. Blashfield and The Third Minnesota Regiment Entering Little Rock by Stanley Arthurs.
Also hanging in the Reception Room are two paintings from Minnesota prior to statehood: The Treaty of Traverse des Sioux by Francis Millet and Father Louis Hennepin Discovering the Falls of St. Anthony by Douglas Volk.
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The Governor's Residence
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