Minnesota tattoo with state motto "L'etoile du Nord" -- The Star of the North  Pretty sure I want the state motto for my next tattoo...even keeps with the star theme I have going!!

Minnesota tattoo with state motto "L'etoile du Nord" -- The Star of the North Pretty sure I want the state motto for my potential tattoo.

Minnesota State Motto - "L'Etoile du nord" (translation: “Star of the North”)

Find the Minnesota Seal, includes the state seal adoption and history of the great seal of the state.

The Shop at Uniquely Minnesota state motto L'etoile du Nord, "Star of the North," logo on 100% cotton canvas tote.

L'etoile du Nord Series State Motto Logo Canvas Tote – Iconic Collection™

L'etoile du Nord Series State Motto Logo Canvas Tote – Iconic Collection™ Minnesota’s state motto, L’etoile du Nord, or “Star of the North,” commemorates the state’s rich northern heritage.

L'étoile Du Nord-Minnesota State Motto Banner / MBMB

L'Étoile Du Nord Minnesota Wall Banner by Made by Michelle Brusegaard available at Scoutmob now.

THE MINNESOTA STATE MOTTO

Minnesota State Symbols - A Haiku Deck by Payton Swanson

Minnesota State Motto Pennant: L'Etoile du Nord // 8"x22". Constructed with felt made from 100% recycled plastic bottles. Screen printed, cut, and sewn by hand in Wisconsin, USA. // Gitchi Adventure Goods

Minnesota State Motto Pennant: L'Etoile du Nord state motto pennant for Minnesota // Constructed with felt made from recycled plastic bottles. Screen printed, cut, and sewn by hand in Wisconsin, USA.

Branding Minnesota - State motto, tree, bird, fruit, etc.

Branding Minnesota - State motto, tree, bird, fruit, etc.

Official Minnesota State Motto

Official Minnesota State Motto

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Minnesota Entered the Union: May 1858 Capital: St. Paul Origin of Name: From a Dakota Indian word meaning “sky-tinted water” State Nicknames: North Star State

The Great Seal of the State of Minnesota. Minnesota became a state back in 1858.

Information about the official Minnesota state seal.

On May 11, 1858, the bill for the admission of Minnesota was finally passed and approved by President James Buchanan. However, word of its passage did not reach St. Paul until almost two weeks later. Minnesota had no telegraph lines or railroads, so a telegram was sent to Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin, and carried up the Mississippi River to St. Paul by steamboat. On May 24, 1858, the state officers took their oaths of office, and Minnesota’s state government began to function.

May 11, 1858 – Minnesota Joins the Union as the 32nd State

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