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15th Annual Remembrance Dinner

A few seats just opened up for the dinner. Pay at the door. Call 218-733-7586 or e-mail to make your reservation. Thank you, friends and supporters of Veterans Memorial Hall, for your overwhelming interest in our event! SUCH GOOD MEN...FORGED UNDER FIRE November 15, 2019, from 5 PM - 8 PM St. Louis County Heritage & Arts Center 506 West Michigan Street, Great Hall Duluth, MN 55802 Dinner is $35 per person. For reservations call 218.733.7586. The St. Louis County Historical Society and its Veterans Memorial Hall program invites the public to the 15th Annual Veterans Remembrance Dinner on Friday, November 15, 2019. The theme for this year’s event is Such Good Men…F


LESSONS IN LEADERSHIP: FORGED UNDER FIRE We have several seats open for the seminar. Pay at the door. When: 15 Nov 2019 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Location: St. Louis County Heritage & Arts Center 506 West Michigan Street, Depot Theater Duluth, MN 55802 Admission: $15.00 per person Mark your calendar and register early for this special leadership event! Four-Star General Richard "Butch" Neal, USMC (Ret.) will share leadership lessons learned throughout his service. General Neal is the author of What Now Lieutenant?: Leadership Forged from Events in Vietnam, Desert Storm, and Beyond. In addition, Alan M. Anderson will moderate and present a tribute to area Medal of Honor recipients whose leadership l

Lunch with the History People - Sept. 19, 2019

When: Thursday, September 19, 2019, from noon – 1 PM Who: For twenty years, Tim Cochrane served as superintendent of Grand Portage National Monument, located on the North Shore. His work included fire lookout, back-country ranger, historian and anthropologist for the National Park Service. He also wrote three books based on his historical research: Minong–The Good Place: Ojibwe and Isle Royale, A Good Boat Speaks for Itself: Isle Royale Fishermen and Their Boats (Minnesota, 2002) and Gichi Bitobig, Grand Marais: Early Accounts of the Anishinaabeg and the North Shore Fur Trade. What: Tim discusses “Gichi Bitobig: The American Fur Company Comes to the North Shore and the Anishinaabeg Leader

Rootprints - Summer 2019

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