Contact the Shakopee Heritage Society for purchase of the items listed. Sale Items will also be sold during annual events and meetings.
Members shall receive a discount price on select items.
The Shakopee Story 2009 Republish
The 3rd publication of this detailed book written by Julius A. Coller II. Over 700 pages, this book provides a detailed description of the territory, political events, religious influences, building and street development, historic events and is accompanied with pictures. The first two versions of this book are rare and collectible, so this is your chance to learn about how the city of Shakopee developed into today. The 3rd publication was an effort of the Shakopee Heritage Society, Coller family and retyped by the women of the Shakopee Correctional Facility.
A Walking Tour of Historic Shakopee
The pocket-sized reference is a valuable and efficient way to learn about architectural style, original owners/builders, and details specific to Shakopee. The book contains a self-guided tour map, images of buildings and sites, and is an excellent way to involve family and groups of interested people. See our link to the Historic Sites Walking Tour.
All pictures of Shakopee’s history. Photos are in sequential order displaying streets, buildings, events, and it portrays a timeline of the city as it occurred. This book is a personal photo collection and produced by the George Huber family.
1891: A Sketch of Shakopee, Minn.: Historical and Industrial
This reference is a descriptive text with hand drawings of historic buildings and people who were part of Shakopee’s early settlement. Some buildings displayed are no longer standing due to condition or development and allows people of today to understand the detail and materials used during the Victorian period. A wonderful coffeetable and discussion piece.
Recollections of Early Pioneers: 1925
The Diary of Daniel M. Storer
The Legend of “Pat” Thielen
Shakopee Heritage Society T-Shirt
Light blue t-shirt with black text. Front side includes the Shakopee Heritage Society logo and text, “Shakopee Heritage Society.” Back side includes image of the Shakopee 1869 illustrated map.
L, XL, XXL sizes are available.