When you hear the name Charles Lindbergh, most people think of the famous pilot. But at the turn of the century, it was his father that made headlines. Charles Lindbergh Sr. was a respected US Congressman. But his alliance with the Nonpartisan League made him the target of anti-Progressive forces during the 1918 Republican primary. Learn more about Lindbergh and his influence on Minnesota history in this profile from Prairie Mosaic Shorts.
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