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Welcome to the Nicollet County Historical Society’s Press Room, a resource for media professionals. Here you will find general information about NCHS, news releases, and an image gallery.

About the Nicollet County Historical Society

The Nicollet County Historical Society was organized on August 22, 1928. From its home in the Treaty Site History Center, the Nicollet County Historical Society preserves, protects, and interprets the history of Nicollet County and the state of Minnesota.

The Treaty Site History Center features a national award-winning exhibit on the Traverse des Sioux Treaty of 1851 and its consequences, as well as local history, and a full-service research archive.

The E. St. Julien Cox House was the home of one of the earliest settlers of St. Peter. Eugene Cox was an attorney, St. Peter’s first Mayor, and a representative to the State House and Senate. The Home, built in 1871, is one of the few fully restored Italianate homes in Minnesota.

Contact us

For more information, to request press images, or to be added to NCHS’s press list, contact:

Jessica Becker, Executive Director
(507) 934-2160

Sign up for the NCHS Press and Media list here.

Treaty Site History Center Images

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Treaty Site History Center
Treaty Site History Center log cabin

E. St. Julien Cox House Images

E. St. Julien Cox House
E. St. Julien Cox House
E. St. Julien Cox House carriage house


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Cox House

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