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Minnesota rental properties are primarily found in the major metropolitan areas of Minnesota. Common rental types found in Minnesota are apartments, studios, lofts, one bedrooms, two bedrooms, condos, houses for rent, mobile homes, hotel rooms, vacation rental, furnished rentals short term rentals. Regions and cities if Minnesota where housing rentals are found are Twin Cities Area, South MN, All Cities, Northeast MN, North Central-West. Vacation rentals, short term rentals and furnished housing are more common in the metropolitan areas of Minnesota.

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Minnesota State Information

Minnesota State is the western north-central of US. Minnesota is the largest of the Midwestern states and ranks 12th in size among the 50 states. Minnesota state total are was 218,601 sq km. Forest land is 6,750,000 hectares in 2002 estimation. Forest land is occupied about the 36% of the total Minnesota state land area. Minnesota is bordered on the north by the Canadian provinces of Manitoba and Ontario, east by Michigan and Wisconsin, south by Iowa and west by South Dakota and North Dakota. Minnesota's total boundaries length is 2,870 km. In population wide Minnesota state rank is 21 among the US. Minnesota state total population is 5,019,720 in 2002 estimation. The population is projected to reach 5.5 million by 2025. Minnesota State is the headquarters for three national Lutheran religious groups, there are the American Lutheran Church, the Church of the Lutheran Brethren, and the Association of Free Lutheran Congregations. The Minnesota state official language is English. Minnesota State has continental climate, with cold, often frigid winters and warm summers. Minnesota ranked 1st in the production of oats, sugar beets, sweet corn for processing, and green peas for processing; 2nd in flaxseed; 3rd in spring wheat, corn and soybeans; 4th in corn and sunflowers; 5th in hay and 6th in barley for 2002. The early farmers settled in the wooded hills and valleys in the southeastern quarter of the Minnesota state.

Minnesota Recreation, Culture and Attractions

Minnesota state culture is a subculture of the United States. American culture, in general, is largely based on Western and British culture. The Minnesota Culture Change Coalition is a broad range of long-term care stakeholders working to support, supplement, and foster culture change in nursing homes on a broader scale than could be achieved through any one of the group,s individual efforts. Minnesote state attractions are The Minnesota Culture Change Coalition is a broad range of long-term care stakeholders working to support, supplement, and foster culture change in nursing homes on a broader scale than could be achieved through any one of the group,s individual efforts. The transient nature of the fair was actually in part what led to a competing fair opening up in Minneapolis. Minnesota State maintains and operates 66 parks, 10 scenic and natural areas, 5 recreation areas, and 18 canoe and boating routes. Minnesota State has five of the major league professional sports teams. Minnesota Twins of Major League Baseball, the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League, the Minnesota Lynx of the Women's National Basketball Association, and the Minnesota Timberwolves of the National Basketball Association.

Minnesota Demographics

Minnesota total population - 4,919,479
Minnesota male population - 2,435,631
Minnesota female population - 2,483,848
Minnesota white population - 4,400,282
Minnesota black population - 171,731
Minnesota American Indian and Alaska Native - 54,967
Minnesota Asian population - 141,968
Minnesota Hispanic or Latino population - 143,382

Minnesota School Information

In 1849, first public school system was authorized in Minnesota State. Minnesota has one of the best-supported systems of public education in the US. The total enrollment in Minnesota's public schools stood at 854,034 in 1999. Minnesota leads the nation in the percentage of young people who graduate from high school. The Minnesota state Board of Education states its intentin to review the progress made by public schools in fulfilling this resolution. The Minnesota state supports a network of public universities and colleges. The Minnesota state has to more than 20 private colleges and universities, six of which rank among the top 100 liberal arts colleges, according to U.S. Minority students comprised 9.2% of total postsecondary enrollment in 1997.

Minnesota State Symbols

Massachusetts State nickname - Bay State
Minnesota state flag
Minnesota state  Slogan
Minnesota state Slogan
Land of 10,000 Lakes
Minnesota state  Song
Minnesota state Song
Hail! Minnesota
Minnesota state Motto
Minnesota state Motto
The star of the North
Minnesota state  Fish
Minnesota state Fish
Minnesota state   Insect
Minnesota state Insect
Monarch Butterfly
Minnesota state  Tree
Minnesota state Tree
Red Pine
Minnesota state Soil
Minnesota state Soil
Minnesota state  Bird
Minnesota state Bird
Common Loon
Minnesota state  Dance
Minnesota state Dance
Square Dance
Minnesota state  Flower
Minnesota state Flower
Pink and white lady's slipper
Minnesota state  Fruit
Minnesota state Fruit
Honeycrisp apple

Minnesota State History

In 1660, Native American Sioux and Chippewa Indians lived in Minnesota when French fur-traders landed in Two Harbors. At the end of the French and Indian War in 1763, Great Britain wins claim to what is now eastern North America and Canada, including eastern Minnesota. The end of the Revolutionary War in 1787 the U.S. acquired eastern Minnesota from Great Britain and 20 years later bought the western part from France in the Louisiana Purchase of 1803. In 1825 Fort Snelling was built where the Minnesota and Mississippi rivers meet. In 1837, land was purchased from the Sioux Indians around the St. Croix River. Minnesota belonged to many territories before it became its own on March 3, 1849. Minnesota became the 32nd state on May 11, 1858, with St. Paul as the state capital. The Civil War began two years later and Minnesota became the first state to offer troops for the Union armies. Minnesota volunteers one thousand men for service in the Union Army. During the late 1800s, industrial development rapidly took place. The United States of America enters World War in 1917. The following year, a huge forest fire killed more than 400 people and destroyed $25 million in property. Minnesotans formed the Farmer-Labor party to help farmers and factory workers. In 1991 when Operation Desert Storm occurs with there were approximately 11,000 Minnesotans in uniform helping to defeat Iraq and liberate Kuwait. Recently, Minnesota's state government has also made changes. Laws were passed favoring industry and protecting the environment from pollution. Minnesota faced the largest budget deficit in its history, $4.2 billion in 2003.

Minnesota State Tourist Information

Minneapolis, the 'City of Lakes', lies on the western side of the Mississippi River and Minneapolis is a particularly vibrant, bustling and clean city. Minnesota State hosted about 24 million travelers, with about 52% of all tourist activity involving Minnesota residents touring their own state for the year of 2001. Minnesota provides ample recreational opportunities for residents and visitors alike. Total travel expenditures for 2001 reached about $9.8 billion, which included support for over 135,400 jobs. Shopping was the most popular tourist activity for out-of-state visitors. Minnesota's wilderness and diversity of habitat are prime Minnesota tourist attractions. Our many state parks allow you to spend a day, a week, or more living with nature. Minnesota is also a dream destination for visitors who want to experience a world class art and theater scene, learn more about Minnesota history or explore the life and traditions of Minnesota Native American tribes.

Minnesota State Transportation

The Minnesota state transportation is maintened by the Minnesota Department of Transportation. The Minnesota state has used a combination of federal and state funding to improve its surface transportation network, but many sorely needed transportation projects still remain unfunded, according to a new report released today by TRIP, a Washington, DC based national transportation organization. There is water transportation along the Mississippi River system and from the ports of Lake Superior. Minnesota State has Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. Local public transit is provided by bus networks in the larger cities and by the Hiawatha Line electrified light rail service linking downtown Minneapolis with the Airport and Bloomington. At the Minnesote state daily Empire Builder train runs through Minnesota, calling at Midway Station in St. Paul and five other stations.

Minnesota Taxes

Minnesota State Tax Rate Range Low 5.35% High 7.85%
Minnesota State Tax Income Brackets Lowest flat rate 21,800 (j) - Highest flat rate 71,591 (j)
Minnesota State Personal Exemptions Single -3,500 (d), Married - 7,000 (d), Dependents - 3,500 (d)
Minnesota State Sales Tax Rate on Food 6.5%, on Prescription Drugs 0%, on Non-prescription Drugs 0%
Minnesota State Total Tax on Gasoline 20.0%, on Diesel Fuel 20.0%
Minnesota State Excise Tax Rates on Cigarettes Tax Rate 123(¢ per pack)
Minnesota State Beer Excise Tax Rate $0.15($ per gallon)
Minnesota State Wine Excise Tax Rate $0.30($ per gallon)

Minnesota Universities

Carleton College - 1,966 Students
Macalester College - 1,918 Students
St. Olaf College - 3,041 Students
Gustavus Adolphus College - 2,618 Students
Saint Johns University - 2,044 Students
College of Saint Benedict - 2,059 Students
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities - 50,402 Students
University of St Thomas - 10,712 Students
College of St Catherine - 5,246 Students
Bethel University - 4,106 Students

Minnesota Religions

Protestant - 32.0%
Roman Catholic - 28.0%
Jewish - 1%
Muslim - 1%
Buddhist - 1%
other faiths - 13.0%

Minnesota Counties

Aitkin County, Minnesota - Population 15,301
Anoka County, Minnesota - Population 298,084
Becker County, Minnesota - Population 30,000
Beltrami County, Minnesota - Population 39,650
Benton County, Minnesota - Population 34,226
Big Stone County, Kansas- Population 5,820
Blue Earth County, Minnesota - Population 55,941
Brown County, Minnesota - Population 26,911
Carlton County, Minnesota - Population 31,671
Carver County, Minnesota - Population 70,205
Cass County, Minnesota - Population 27,150
Chippewa County, Minnesota - Population 13,088
Chisago County, Minnesota - Population 41,101
Clay County, Minnesota - Population 51,229
Clearwater County, Minnesota - Population 8,423
Cook County, Minnesota - Population 5,168
Cottonwood County, Minnesota - Population 12,167
Crow Wing County, Minnesota - Population 55,099
Dakota County, Minnesota - Population 355,904
Dodge County, Kansas- Population 17,731
Douglas County, Minnesota - Population 32,821
Faribault County, Minnesota - Population 16,181
Fillmore County, Minnesota - Population 21,122
Freeborn County, Minnesota - Population 32,584
Goodhue County, Minnesota - Population 44,127
Grant County, Minnesota - Population 6,289
Hennepin County, Minnesota - Population 1,116,200
Houston County, Minnesota - Population 19,718
Hubbard County, Minnesota - Population 18,376
Isanti County, Minnesota - Population 31,287
Itasca County, Minnesota - Population 43,992
Jackson County, Minnesota - Population 11,268
Kanabec County, Minnesota - Population 14,996
Kandiyohi County, Minnesota - Population 41,203
Kittson County, Minnesota - Population 5,285
Koochiching County, Kansas- Population 14,355
Lac qui Parle County, Minnesota - Population 8,067
Lake County, Minnesota - Population 11,058
Lake of the Woods County, Minnesota - Population 4,522
Le Sueur County, Minnesota - Population 25,426
Lincoln County, Minnesota - Population 6,429
Lyon County, Minnesota - Population 25,425
McLeod County, Minnesota - Population 34,898
Mahnomen County, Minnesota - Population 5,190
Marshall County, Minnesota - Population 10,155
Martin County, Minnesota - Population 21,802
Meeker County, Minnesota - Population 22,644
Mille Lacs County, Minnesota - Population 22,330
Morrison County, Minnesota - Population 31,712
Mower County, Kansas- Population 38,603
Murray County, Minnesota - Population 9,165
Nicollet County, Minnesota - Population 29,771
Nobles County, Minnesota - Population 20,832
Norman County, Minnesota - Population 7,442
Olmsted County, Minnesota - Population 124,277
Otter Tail County, Minnesota - Population 57,159
Pennington County, Minnesota - Population 13,584
Pine County, Minnesota - Population 26,530
Pipestone County, Minnesota - Population 9,895
Polk County, Minnesota - Population 31,369
Pope County, Minnesota - Population 11,236
Ramsey County, Minnesota - Population 511,035
Red Lake County, Minnesota - Population 4,299
Redwood County, Minnesota - Population 16,815
Renville County, Kansas- Population 17,154
Rice County, Minnesota - Population 56,665
Rock County, Minnesota - Population 9,721
Roseau County, Minnesota - Population 16,338
Scott County, Minnesota - Population 89,498
Sherburne County, Minnesota - Population 64,417
Sibley County, Minnesota - Population 15,356
St. Louis County, Minnesota - Population 200,528
Stearns County, Minnesota - Population 133,166
Steele County, Minnesota - Population 33,680
Stevens County, Kansas- Population 10,053
Swift County, Minnesota - Population 11,956
Todd County, Minnesota - Population 24,426
Traverse County, Minnesota - Population 4,134
Wabasha County, Minnesota - Population 21,610
Wadena County, Minnesota - Population 13,713
Waseca County, Minnesota - Population 19,526
Washington County, Minnesota - Population 201,130
Watonwan County, Minnesota - Population 11,876
Wilkin County, Minnesota - Population 7,138
Winona County, Minnesota - Population 49,985
Wright County, Minnesota - Population 89,986
Yellow Medicine County, Minnesota - Population 11,080

Minnesota State Government

On 13th July, 1857 was marked by such bitter dissension that the Democrats and Republicans had to meet in separate chambers for the constitutional convention that assembled at St. Paul. The governor and lieutenant governor are jointly elected for four-year terms, there are both must be US citizens at least 25 years old, and must have been residents of Minnesota for a year before election. The current governor is Tim Pawlenty, a Republican whose first term began on January 6, 2003 and who was narrowly re-elected in 2006. Those voting in Minnesota state elections must be at least 18 years old, US citizens. Minnesota was divided into 87 counties as of 2002. Each of Minnesota's counties is governed by a board of commissioners, ordinarily elected for four-year terms. Minnesota's highest court is the Supreme Court, consisting of a chief justice and six associate justices. Each judicial district has at least three district judges, elected to six-year terms. The governor designates a chief judge for a three-year term.

Minnesota Economy

The Minnesota gross product in 2008 was $262 billion. The Minnesota economy was initially based on agriculture and trading. In 1950 the Minnesota economy is based on manufacturing and agriculture. The Minnesota has two forests and the land nearly 30%. In 2011 Minnesota has 1,000 companies and 31 publicly traded company headquarters. In united state Minnesota is famous for production of food. Minnesota is the best producer for iron ore. The agricultural out sources of Minnesota are hogs, cattle, calves, butter, cheese, eggs, soybeans, hay, sweet corn, sugar beets, wheat etc., The manufacturing outputs of Minnesota are Computers, electronic tools, Food and machinery. Limestone, sand, gravel and peat are the mined outputs of Minnesota. The Minnesota economy played main role in the United State.

Minnesota Parks

Grand Portage National Monument - Grand Portage, MN: Fee is $3.00 for Adults, $6.00 for family rate and free for 15 and under children. Mississippi National River & Recreation Area - Twin Cities Metropolitan Area, MN: There is no fee. Opening hours is 8:00 am - 4:30 pm. Monday to Friday, on federal holidays the office is closed. North Country National Scenic Trail - Seven States-New York to North Dakota, MI,MN,ND,NY,OH,PA,WI: The operating hours for the National Park Service office are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., except holidays. Pipestone National Monument - Pipestone, MN: Entrance fee is $3.00 per person age 16 and up. Pass valid for 7 days. Open at 8 AM to 5 PM daily. Saint Croix National Scenic River - Saint Croix Falls, WI: There are no entrance or user fees at St. Croix NSR. It is open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Voyageurs National Park - International Falls, Kabetogama, Ash River, and Crane Lake, MN: There is no entrance fee to Voyageurs National Park. Open Year Round.