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G O Numia (Jessenland)

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Hidden : 6/10/2005
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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10 years of geocaching

St. Thomas Catholic Church (Jessenland Township)

The present church was built in 1870 replacing previous structures built in 1855 and 1862. It is on the National Register of Historic Places and national documentation calls it the first Irish agrarian settlement in Minnesota. A very nice view near the cache site on the hill.

K B Definitions of GEONUMIA:
Medal. Generally a circular or round piece, issued for artistic or souvenir purposes, not for commerce.
Medallion. A large medal, over 15 centimeters.
Plaquette. An oblong, square or angular shape.
Plaque. A larger rectangular piece, at least 20 centimers in one direction.
Token. Usually smaller, used in commerce, denomination stated or implied.
Jeton. A gaming token (jetton)
Badge. Worn on clothing, often consisting of a top pin and medal or fob, for events, membership, etc.
Watch fob. Used with leather strap attached to watch, to pull watch out of watch pocket, often advertising various products.
Ribbon. Cloth or fabric ribbon, imprinted on one or both sides, sometimes with top pin, identifying wearer as member of a group, or to express agreement.
Pocket Mirror. Small celluloid covered mirror. Generally imprinted with advertising.
Button. Metal or celluloid button with reverse pin or attachment device, advertising political parties or products, events, etc.
Love Token. A governmental coin, usually with one side shaved off and hand-engraved with name, initials or scenes.
"Made-From" or Relic Medals. Medals made in whole or in part from other items, usually stating their origin, generally sold to raise funds.
Counterstamped. A governmental coin, stamped with letters, names or devices, to change the value or for advertising.
Elongated coin. A governmental coin, elongated in a press to impress wording or devices onto the coin, as a souvenir.
Encased coin. A governmental coin encased in an outer ring, with advertising on the ring.
Macerated. Shredded paper money, made into an object, generally with bits of the money design still visible.

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