Duluth History

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Sabrie Akin

Sabrie Akin: Organizing for Workplace Equality

perm_identity Dave Grandmaison - President, CEO, Duluth Native and Guide           event March 20, 2017

Sabrie Akin’s Lasting Impact on Duluth By Kyle Chisholm & Nick Schutz Sabrie Akin – champion of workplace equality – was born in 1869 and moved to Duluth in 1895.

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Sarah Wheeler: Cultivating Duluth Community

perm_identity Dave Grandmaison - President, CEO, Duluth Native and Guide           event March 14, 2017

Sarah Wheeler’s Lasting Impact on Duluth By Kyle Chisholm Sarah Caroline Brewster was born on August 17, 1828 and spent her childhood years in New York State before making the

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Duluth Community Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony

The Duluth Community Christmas Tree

perm_identity Dave Grandmaison - President, CEO, Duluth Native and Guide           event December 2, 2016

A Duluth Holiday Tradition By Kyle Chisholm It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas here in Duluth… downtown businesses have decorated their storefronts, the Christmas City of the North

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Remembering Chester Congdon

perm_identity Kyle Chisholm - City Tour Program Coordinator & Guide           event November 10, 2016

A Progressive Philanthropist & A Lasting Impression Even 100+ years after his death, Chester Congdon’s legacy in Duluth is as strong as ever. Have you hiked along Duluth’s Tischer Creek

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Cannibals in Duluth Movie Poster Image

Cannibals in Duluth?!

perm_identity Dave Grandmaison - President, CEO, Duluth Native and Guide           event October 1, 2016

If you’ve been following our articles and blog posts, you’ll know that we love to uncover strange – sometimes unsettling – stories from Duluth’s rich history. Some of these stories

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Exploring Duluth’s History: Incline Pavilion

perm_identity Dave Grandmaison - President, CEO, Duluth Native and Guide           event April 12, 2015

By Kyle Chisholm History Tour Program Coordinator This past weekend, I went looking for one of Duluth’s lost historical places – the Incline Hilltop Pavilion (also known as Beacon Hill

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