Minnesota White Pages, United States

Minnesota is known for its forests, grasslands, and abundance of freshwater bodies, making it the perfect getaway if you want to experience nature. The state is also known for its industry and institutions that have continued to pioneer innovations in people services, finance, and medicine. You can access the basic personal and contact information of someone in Minnesota by searching the Minnesota white pages, an online phonebook.

The Minnesota white pages provide information such as the person’s name, address, and social media profiles. In addition, the white pages let you find public records on the person, including arrest, criminal, court, and property records — all available with a phone number search.

Minnesota At A Glance

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  • Became A US State — May 11, 1858 (32nd state)
  • Capital: St. Paul
  • Population: 5.7 million (2021
  • Size: 86,935 square miles (12th largest state)
  • Nicknames: Land of 10,000 Lakes, North Star State, Gopher State
  • Motto: “Star of the North”
  • State Tree: Red Pine
  • State Flower: Pink and White Lady Slipper
  • State Bird: Common Loon
  • State Beverage: Milk

10 Quick Facts About Minnesota 

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  • Minnesota prizes education — it is among the ten most educated states in Minnesota.
  • Buying clothing and footwear is tax-free in Bloomington’s Mall of America, the largest mall and entertainment center in the United States. More than 40 million people shop here every year. 
  • Besides Alaska, Minnesota is the northernmost state in the US.
  • The world’s first open-heart surgery was performed at the University of Minnesota in 1952 by Dr. C. Walton Lillehei.  
  • The first bone marrow transplant in the world was also at the University of Minnesota.
  • Minnesota is the source of three major rivers in the United States. The Mississippi River, the St. Lawrence River, and the Red River of the North all begin here.  
  • One in six people have a recreational boat in the state, more than any other state in the United States. 
  • Minnesota is known as the Land of 10,000 Lakes, but there are more than 11,840 lakes in the state. There are also 6,564 natural streams and rivers in the state. 
  • The Old Log Theatre in Minneapolis is the oldest continuously running professional theatre in the country. It has been operational since 1940. Likewise, the Chanhassen Dinner Theatre is the largest dinner theatre in the US.  
  • Golf is also a big sport in Minnesota, especially in Minneapolis, which has the most golfers per capita in the United States.

Largest cities or towns in Minnesota

MinneapolisSt. CloudMoorhead
St. PaulBlaineMankato
RochesterEden PrairieShakopee
BloomingtonCoon RapidsCottage Grove
Brooklyn ParkApple ValleyRoseville
WoodburyMinnetonkaInver Grove Heights
Maple GroveEdinaSavage
LakevilleSt. Louis ParkAndover