Range History

THIS WEEK IN RANGE HISTORY

Prospector George Stuntz | U. S. Steel | City of Virginia

EDITOR’S NOTE: The illustrated magazine Iron Ranges of Minnesota, a historical souvenir of the Virginia Enterprise published in 1909, continues this week and will be a regular feature for the next few months or so. This week’s installment discusses more Iron Range pioneers, United States Steel, the Oliver Iron Mining Company, and a description of early Virginia. —HTF Staff Writer […]

THIS WEEK IN RANGE HISTORY

Iron ranges in 1909 | Geology | The Merritt brothers

EDITOR’S NOTE: Upcoming history sections will feature the illustrated magazine Iron Ranges of Minnesota, a historical souvenir of the Virginia Enterprise (the newspaper that later became the Mesabi Daily News), published in 1909. The copy I used came from the Virginia Area Historical Society. This publication profiles the iron ranges’ major municipalities—some of which were less than 10 years old […]

THIS WEEK IN RANGE HISTORY


TOWER TOPICS Tower, Jan. 6.—(Special to The Herald.)— Edward Kitch, alias William Sims, who was sent to Duluth for stealing shoes, was not a Tower man but a Bowery professional and was sent back to get his just deserts. Mrs. W. N. Shepherd and Miss … Please register for a free account or log in below to access this content. […]

THIS WEEK IN RANGE HISTORY


TEMPERANCE ENTERTAINMENT On New Year’s night a free temperance entertainment will be given in the Finnish Hall at 8 o’clock. This is in connection with the City Temperance Organization recently established. Various ladies and gentlemen have kindly p… Please register for a free account or log in below to access this content.


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