THIS EVENT IS FILLED TO CAPACITY! We are no longer taking reservations. Thank you! The St. Louis County Historical Society is hosting a workshop entitled Basic Genealogy: How to Create a Working Binder on Thursday, August 8, from 9:00 AM to 1 PM at the Depot (St. Louis County Heritage & Arts Center, 506 West Michigan Street, Duluth, Minnesota). Attendees will learn how to search for, understand and sort through historical and family documents to create an easy-to-read binder.
If you missed this presentation or want to learn more about women on the Iron Range, please read the documents listed below. Annotated Bibliography Education and the Iron Range Women on the Iron Range When: Thursday, August 15, 2019, from noon – 1 PM Who: Historian Pam Brunfelt earned her M.A. in History from Minnesota State University – Mankato. She was the archivist of Otter Tail County Historical Society for ten years. From 1989 - 1992, she served as the Executive Direct
NEW COUPON ADDED FOR THE DOROTHY MOLTER MUSEUM!!! Promotion began July 5, 2019. (not retroactive) If you pay for a new (or renewing) membership to the St. Louis County Historical Society by September 1, 2019, you will receive vouchers for four local attractions, which give you one free admission to each of the following: Dorothy Molter Museum Great Lakes Aquarium Vista Fleet's Grand Sightseeing Tour Lake Superior Railroad Museum including a coach seat on the North Shore Sceni
EXHIBIT OPEN NOW THROUGH JULY 28, 2019! Over 70 large scale paintings by Hibbing area resident John Michael Cook depict the effect of Lake Superior on the artist as he experienced architecture and landscapes that are uniquely Duluth. Cook’s style is realistic and awe inspiring. According to Cook his Duluth art reflects the “wonder” that is the Lake and the wonder that affects the soul of those who experience Duluth. “When French Voyageurs came to Lake Superior they spoke of