Henry Colin Campbell, a historian who wrote books on the history of the LakeSuperior region in Wisconsin, including the title "Radisson and Groseilliers." This image is by Arthur Adams, Minneapolis high school teacher, local historian, and photographer. Adams traveled throughout Minnesota, taking photographs to augment his lectures. His studio was located at 3648 Lyndale Avenue South in Minneapolis.
A view from the D.M. & I.R. Duluth Dock 6 looking down the stacker tracks to the pellet stacker in operation. Shows the stacker and trailing conveyor between two piles of taconite pellets. The Lift Bridge is in the background.
Looking southeast across the intersection of 3rd Avenue W. and Superior Street toward LakeSuperior. The streetcar starter's shanty is across the street, next to the Chicago and North Western ticket office. The lift bridge is in the distance.
Judge John R. Carey, an early settler on the north shore of LakeSuperior, wrote this account of the history of Duluth and northern Minnesota until 1870. He describes early exploration of the area, the surveying of the town of Superior, missionary efforts in the area, early elections, the building of railroads, the development of iron ore deposits and interesting anecdotes about residents and events.
Albert Churchill, ceremonial drum keeper, spiritual leader and Midewiwin member, Mille Lacs Ojibwe elder is speaking Ojibwe, his first language, in an interview for a television documentary on the history and culture of LakeSuperior Anishinaabe. He states: I like our language; I like to sit and talk, and I like to sit and listen.
University of Minnesota Duluth Kathryn A. Martin Library, University Archives