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10 Minnesota facts

1) Minnesota has 90,000 miles of shoreline more than California, Florida, and Hawaii combined.

2) The first open heart surgery and the first bone marrow transplant in the US were done at the University of Minnesota.

3) On September 2, 1952, a 5 year old girl was the first patient to under go a heart operation in which the deep freezing method was employed.

4) Rochester is home to the world famous mayo clinic. The clinic s a major working facility.

5) Tonka Trucks were developed and are continued to be manufactured in Minnetonka

6) Polaris Industries Roseau invented the snowmobile.

7) the climate controlled Metrodome is the only facility in the country to host a super bowl, a world series, and an NCAA final four basketball championship.

8) Minnesota invented: masking and scotch tape, Wheaties cereal, Bisquick, HMO's, the bundt pan, Aveda beauty products, and green giants.

9) Candy maker Frank C. Mars of Minnesota invented the milky way, snickers, and the three musketeers.

10) Alexander Anderson of Red Wing discovered the processes to puff wheat and rice giving us the indispensable rice cakes.

University of Minnesota

I think that the University of Minnesota has a high interest because it was the first to have a heart surgery and a bone marrow transplant in the US, has the newest methods of treatment. Also helped us learn how to do treatments faster and better.

Frank C. Mars

An influential person in Mn is Frank C. Mars because he made the milky way, the three musketeers,m&ms, and snickers these three candy bars are one of the most sold out there today. I think he is influential because he has made a lot of junk food and maybe inspired other people to make junk food.Frank C. Mars bought a bunch of farms which he called milky way farms.he started selling candy bars in 1910.

fast travel

i think that the fastest way of travel to Minnesota from the east coast would be by plane.