This week, on Wednesday, May 27, 2020, we reached over 100,000 deaths in the United States due to COVID-19. It is a somber milestone in…View More C-19 Symbols: Making the Victims of COVID-19 Visible
I was running a couple of errands the other day and happened to be in the neighborhood of St. Gabriel’s Hospital. While there, I spotted…View More COVID-19 Testing in Morrison County
Museums all over the world are aware of the historic moment the COVID-19 pandemic is presenting. While our institutions are closed and staff are working…View More Signs of COVID-19
As so many of us lead more of our lives online during this pandemic, we are seeing an increase in visitors to the Morrison County…View More Educators, How Can MCHS Help You?
Road maps are mesmerizing. I can look and look and look at them, no matter how familiar I am with the towns and roads. A…View More Maps We Didn’t Know We Had
Governor Tim Walz just finished his March 25, 2020, daily briefing on the COVID-19 pandemic. During the briefing, he announced a “stay-at-home” executive order that…View More Stay at Home Order Will Keep Weyerhaeuser Museum Closed
As I do museum work from home, I mentioned to my husband how surreal this situation is … being mostly home-bound in order to slow…View More Capture the History of COVID-19 by Keeping a Journal
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
The Weyerhaeuser Museum may be closed, but we are certainly busy today. The day started with a picturesque shot of the frosty Big Pine. When…View More Today – Dec 21, 2019 – at the Weyerhaeuser Museum