Dream Catcher Class Offered by the Morrison County Historical Society

The dream catcher is a traditional art form that originated with the Ojibwe. It consists of a willow hoop with a web woven inside. Learn to make a dream catcher, along with its history and significance, at this class offered by the Morrison County Historical Society (MCHS) on Saturday, October…

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Hidden Treasures PowerPoint

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 Society with a copy of the PowerPoint presentation he created for his talk. He has also given us permission to share it on our website.…

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Retirement Party for Alice Smuda

The Morrison County Historical Society is hosting a retirement party for Alice Smuda on Saturday, March 18, 2017, at The Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum in Little Falls, MN. Various members of the Smuda family have been involved with the Weyerhaeuser Museum since it opened in 1975. Many locals will…

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NPS Cultural Resources Climate Change Strategy

At The Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum, we are feeling the effects of climate change. Because we are perched high on a riverbank overlooking the confluence of the Mississippi River and Pike Creek, whatever impacts the river and its shore is something we pay close attention to. Due to the…

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