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The church's site is atop a hill above Chisago Lake nestled in trees and with a broad expanse of lawn, creating an extraordinarily picturesque setting. T 21 Cold Spring (Stearns County) Assumption Chapel Minnesota Highway 23 to the eastern edge of Cold Spring; south on Chapel Street about *A mile Architect and builder unknown 1951-52 A S S U M P T I O N C H A P E L WAS BUILT AS A M E M O R I A L to the grasshopper plagues that struck the Cold Spring area in 1876-77. The infestation of Rocky Mountain grasshoppers was so savage that farmers harvested virtually no crops for two summers.

The Parish Hall can accommodate 300 people in banquet seating and has an elevated stage for programs and performances. 7 Austin Church of St. Augustine 405 Fourth Street Northwest McDonald and Delameter, Minneapolis, contractors Charles Hall, Minneapolis, brick and stone contractor 1894-96 T HE F I R S T SERVICES IN THE PARISH of St. Austin's were held on November 2,1857, when the first priest, Father Michael Pendergast, arrived from Winona. Father Pendergast, as well as priests from Faribault, served Austin at intervals until 1867, when the first resident pastor, Father John McDermott, arrived.

The adjacent rectory was built in 1937. 3i Duluth First Presbyterian Church 300 East Second Street Traphagen and Fitzpatrick, Duluth, architects 1890-91 National Register of Historic Places THIS MAGNIFICENT ROMANESQUE REVIVAL CHURCH has the finest group ofTiffanydesigned stained glass windows of any church in the state (see Plate 6). One of the reasons for this lavish furnishing of Tiffany windows is that Duluth had, for a number of years, its own resident Tiffany designer, Anne Weston. The church was built of brown, quarry-faced sandstone for $92,000.

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