Exploring Ojibwe Genealogy, Online Event Offered by Morrison County Historical Society Are you interested in tracing your Ojibwe ancestry? Join Ojibwe authors David MacArthur and…View More Exploring Ojibwe Genealogy, Online Event – June 6, 2020
If you’re anything like me, then I’m sure your home is full of photo albums. If not whole albums, then you undoubtedly have some pictures…View More What Can a Photo Album Tell Us?
As more people in the United States hunker down at home in an effort to limit the spread of COVID-19, we’ll be looking for things…View More It’s 2020 Census Time!
NOTE – April 16, 2020: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, changes may be made to the Ojibwe Culture Series. Vern Northrup’s book talk on May…View More 2020 Ojibwe Culture Series at the Weyerhaeuser Museum
Somali Culture Series to Be Held at Four Area History Museums Sharing culture, art and history is a great way to build understanding and empathy…View More The Somali Museum of Minnesota – Exploring History and Culture in Central MN
The recent snow melt, ice out on most Minnesota lakes, and high temperatures reaching into the 80s bring thoughts of summer and coming summer fun.…View More Collections Carousel – Macomb Thrift Jug, circa 1925
Used for testing grain bin or ground soil temperatures, this sturdy-looking thermometer was a premium, or giveaway, from the Flensburg Cooperative Creamery Association of Flensburg,…View More Collections Carousel – Flensburg Cooperative Creamery Association Thermometer
Tom Steman, archivist for St. Cloud State University and guest speaker at the Weyerhaeuser Museum this past week, has graciously provided the Morrison County Historical…View More Hidden Treasures PowerPoint
Hidden Treasures: Dig into the Past with St. Cloud State University Archivist and Professor, Tom Steman Curious what central Minnesota football legend and Little Falls…View More Dig into Hidden Treasures April 11 with SCSU Archivist and Professor, Tom Steman
Among the many items donated to the Morrison County Historical Society by noted Minnesota archaeologist and museum friend, Doug Birk, were these De-lec-to banners from…View More Collections Carousel – Delecto Banners of Doug Birk’s Parents, Del & Esther Birk