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The Justus Ramsey House was a historical stone house that was nestled in the West Seventh Neighborhood of Saint Paul. The house has a rich history having been built in the early 1850s. Prior to the Pioneer Era, before the establishment of Saint Paul and Ramsey County, the area was known as Dakota and Anishinaabe land.

Thursday, November 10, 2022 - 6:00pm to 8:30pm

Join us for food, drink, and camaraderie to celebrate historic preservation in Saint Paul.

In its October 17, 2022 editions, the Saint Paul Pioneer Press featured a story about the potential demolition of the Justus Ramsey House. Click below to visit the full story on their website.

In its October 16, 2022 editions, The StarTribune featured the story about the potential tear-down of the Justus Ramsey House. Click below to visit the story on the StarTribune website.

KARE 11 featured a story on the potential razing of the Justus Ramsey House on its "Breaking the News" show and on its website. Click below to visit the story on


Join us for an entertaining evening of fresh history and soulful live music...

A summer riverboat cruise on the Mississippi is a tradition for many in the Twin Cities. We are making this event special with river-inspired stories that you’ve never heard before. You’ll have an opportunity to share your own.

We hope this finds you well, staying healthy and enjoying the arrival of spring! In spite of the challenges of the past year, we have been actively making meaningful progress in the advocacy of our mission, to preserve and promote the cultural heritage, character, and vitality of Saint Paul neighborhoods. Thank you for your support  – we couldn’t do this without you in our corner.  We want to bring you updates on our work and share with you some of the upcoming activities we have planned in May to celebrate heritage preservation in Saint Paul.

Check out this StarTribune article advocating for continuing the Minnesota Historic Structure Rehabilitation State Tax Credit with examples of its tremendous impact to date.

Read this Washington Post article highlighting how a DC community has resisted gentrification and preserved its cultural diversity and historical integrity.