This is a 12-gauge Rev-O-Noc double-barreled shotgun, manufactured by H.S.B. & Co. in 1896. Donated by Fred and Russell Johnson, 1957 MCHS Collections #1957-3-2

Weyerhaeuser Museum Virtual Firearms Exhibit

(LITTLE FALLS, MN – November 16, 2020) The Morrison County Historical Society (MCHS) is proud to announce a greater expansion of their virtual exhibits through…

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Anthony Elliot II (foreground), apprentice Adam Bleeker in background (left) with A.J. Elliott, Elliott's Tattoo, Little Falls, MN, February 9, 2020. Photo by Morrison County Historical Society.

The Senpai-Kohai of Tattoo Apprenticeships

In order to be licensed to perform tattoo in the State of Minnesota, a person “must complete a minimum of 200 hours of tattoo experience…

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Beaded broad leaf arrowhead from an Ojibwe bandolier bag in the Weyerhaeuser Museum's collection.

2020 Ojibwe Culture Series at the Weyerhaeuser Museum

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…

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Exploring History and Culture in Central Minnesota – The Museum of Russian Art

Russian Culture Series to Be Held at Four Area History Museums Sharing culture, art and history is a great way to build understanding and empathy…

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Tattoo as a Call to Ancestors – An Informal Discussion

The art and history of tattoo is the Morrison County Historical Society’s theme for 2019. In creating their exhibit, The Story Behind the Tat: Tattoo…

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Exhibit Opening: The Story Behind the Tat: Tattoo Art in Central Minnesota

Permanently having a design inked onto the body via the art of tattoo takes commitment. There’s a commitment to choosing the right piece of art,…

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