Since about 1905, 112 different tractor-manufacturing firms have called Minnesota home
This 45 hp single-crank, tandem compound steam traction engine was manufactured by the Minneapolis Threshing Machine Co. before it turned to making gasoline tractors. This steamer belongs to the Weater Minnesota Steam Threshers Reunion group of Rollag, Minn.
This rare photo shows the M&M tractor, made in Minneapolis, working a field.
A 1935 CO-OP tractor. The company boasted that the tractor could travel 30 mph decked out in rubber wheels.
An ad for the Pioneer Model 30 tractor, which was manufactured in Winona, Minn.
Front view of a 1913 Little Bull tractor, which once led the pack among Minnesota tractor makers.
An ad for the Shawnee tractor, made in Minneapolis starting in 1919.
Rear view of a Model 15-30 tractor built by the Minneapolis Threshing Machine Co., from 1915-1920.
The logo for the Flour City tractor, manufactured by Kinnard & Sons Mfg. of Minneapolis, Minn.
The Twin City Model 40-60 was one of Minneapolis Steel & Machinery Co.'s largest tractors, weighing 23,300 pounds.