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A Park Along Lake Superior’s Shore

A Park Along Lake Superior’s Shore

The History of Leif Erickson Park

From Duluth’s Historic Parks: Their First 100 Years by Nancy S. Nelson & Tony Dierckins, Zenith City Press, Spring 2017. Perhaps due to its location along the shore of Lake Superior and because the Duluth Lakewalk passes through its heart, Leif Erikson is one of Duluth’s most-visited parks. It has also undergone more changes—including name changes—than any…

Työmies in Superior

This Month's Ghost Sign

Bouncing Bess and the Spook Priestess Swindler

Duluth’s most-trusting saloonkeeper disappears

A West End Story

Saga beginning in Sweden ends tragically for one family

The 1881 Charles & Mary Johnson House

This Month's Past & Present Pic

Captain Torrey and Duluth’s “first skyscraper”

This Month's Grand Old Building

Alexander Miles: Barber, Inventor, and Insurance man

This Month's Forgotten Duluthian

The Many Dukes of Duluth

From actors to ambassadors, and of course baseball players, Duluth has had many "Dukes"

A Belgian Church at the Head of the Lakes

Superior’s Sts. Anthony and Margaret Church

Was there a lake in Duluth Heights?

This Month's "Ask the Historian"

The Freighter August B. Wolvin

August's Great Lakes Namesake Vessel

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