The Source Descriptions:
Source number one: is about the creation of the parks within Bryant Ave and other parts of Minnesota in regards to how much it cost, the year it was created, and the reason for the parks creation and history.
Source number two: is about the lineage and history of the brewing families within the areas of (Lowery Hills and Bryant Ave, Minnesota).
Source number three: is an interactive map of the Hennepin area, which is used for locating homes and business building addresses, which presents the history of the beginnings of the location.
Source number four: is about bring together the findings from over one decades of surveying and documentation activities in order to examine the past efforts and to give directions to the next era of heritage / cultural preservation of Minnesota.
The development of “Bryant Ave” from the areas of Bryant Square to Mueller Park and within the location is the Brewing District of the street has slowly expanded into a community during the years of 1900s through the 1950s. As the expansion and development of the three areas in “Bryant Ave” from its original state in the year 1900 to 1950s has created a big change within the area, bring many to its parts to create a home. Thus, the brewing districts and parks come together to create a connection to a feeling of home by gradually expanding the community and bringing forth an effort into building the parks and creating a community called home.
The communities in both present and modern Bryant Ave have put in tremendous effort to expand exponentially throughout the years to create what is today. Therefore, the vast expansion of the community has both increase and decrease significantly causing an influx of dramatic change. Thus, from this influx has cause the community’s status to transition from being an exclusive middle class suburb to a lower class suburb and the deterioration of the brewing districts that once have existed. However, the interesting part of this change is the issue of suburbanization has not cause a negative change but rather a positive one. This is due to the new developments / creations of homes (Suburbanization). Thus, helped create a new community called home, but without the brewing district. Hence, the issue of home has been resolved until a later date in history.
1.) Kullberg, Kathy. “ON TAP: MPLS BEER HISTORY.” Minny Apple Minnesota Weather & News(blog), June 21, 2015. Accessed December 6, 2018. http://www.minnyapple.com/blog/2015/06/21/tap-mpls-beer-history/.
2.) “Instructions.” Property Interactive Map | Hennepin County. Accessed December 6, 2018. https://gis.hennepin.us/property/map/.
3.) Stark, E. William. “Historic Resources Inventory Capstone, Minneapolis, Minnesota.” Stark Preservation LLC, July 2013. Accessed December 6, 2018. http://www.minneapolismn.gov/www/groups/public/@cped/documents/webcontent/wcms1p-114144.pdf.
4.) Elwood, S. Corser. “Minneapolis Park Histories.” PDF. Minneapolis. Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board. Accessed December 6, 2018. http://www.minnyapple.com/blog/2015/06/21/tap-mpls-beer-history/.