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The Superior Entry Lighthouse

The Superior Entry Lighthouse

A historic beacon with its future in doubt

Originally Published July 2014 Before Duluthians dug their city’s ship canal in 1871, the only way in and out of the harbors of Duluth and Superior was the Superior Entry, a natural opening between Minnesota and Wisconsin Points. In those early years, all shipping traffic came and went via the entry, and navigating through the… Continue Reading

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