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Saturday June 28, 2014
Back in 1851, when Minnesota was still a territory, a carpenter named Isaac Wright built himself a house in St....
One of the Twin Cities' oldest houses begins its next chapter with new caretakers.
Heath Jensen and Elyse Dornhecker in their living room. The fireplace, decorative molding and Waterford crystal chandelier have been there more than 100 years.
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