ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Have an encyclopedic knowledge Minnesota history?

The state Historical Society is hunting for an editor to fact-check and copy edit entries for an online encyclopedia of the state that’s in the works.

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The formal custodians of Minnesota’s historical record say they need someone to edit between 100 and 200 original entries bound for the MNopedia, which will be beefed up by June.

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The Historical Society advertised for bidders, who must come forward by Jan. 23 for the chance to take part in the http://www.mnopedia.org project. It covers everything from famous citizens to noted landmarks to key events, such as the 1898 Typhoid Epidemic to the 1987 Twins World Series win.

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