Diane Lynch and Dick Osgood will be at Lunch With The History People this week discussing their book called Minnesota Winery Stories. They will be in the Depot with copies of their book and stories about what Minnesota wine is made of and other surprising things.
Miners have always had it tough, but in 1916 women played a key role in the strike the miners had. Megan Marsnik researched the history of the strike and found women played a huge role and even wrote about it in her book called "Underground".
Most of the time the Lunch with the History People features a book by someone that looks at the history of the area, and talks about that history and what they found looking back. This week it will feature someone with an extensive collection of Twin Ports Photos.
Gina Temple-Rhodes had her children with a midwife. Her midwife had mentioned that birth has changed over the years, that when her midwife asked her grandmother about birth, there were more than just the fact that men were now a part of the birth process.
For 35 years, Arnold Alanen was a Professor at University of Wisconsin-Madison. This Thursday from noon to 1pm at the Depot, he will discuss a few things about Morgan Park. When: Thursday, August 21, 2014, from noon – 1 PM.
Stephen Mulholland, co-owner and Field Director of Duluth Archaeology Center, has worked in archaeology throughout Minnesota since 1982. His work includes many important archaeological sites in St. Louis County. In 2002, he received a Master’s Degree in Interdisciplinary Archaeological Studies from …
I always hear people say, know your history or you are bound to repeat it. I also know the sacrifice people have made so I can enjoy the life I choose to live. I am thankful for that and appreciate it. In my opinion there are never too many events to honor those who have given, and I also want to me…