Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of photocopies or carbon copies of typed transcriptions. Papers are divided into three folders. Folders one and two contain correspondence from 1835 to 1847, from and pertaining to Reverend Baraga. Folder three contains Baraga's personal diary, the majority of which is written in German.
The collection contains a record book of court cases of this Superior, Wisconsin, attorney who was a partner in the firm of Bright and Hayes.
Oral history project of Dr. Timothy Roufs interviewing Paul P. Buffalo (1900-6/1977) from March 1967 – 1977. Mr. Buffalo resided at Ball Club, Minnesota, and the Leech Lake Reservation.
Contains materials on the history of the Catholic Mission and Catholic churches established to minister to Ojibwe people in the area of the Fond du Lac reservation near Cloquet, Minnesota. Materials were compiled by Father Alban Fruth of Holy Family Church in Cloquet in the late 1970s.
The materials in this collection concern disputed claims regarding land in present day downtown Duluth, Minnesota that was initially granted to the Ojibwe Chief Buffalo.
The collection contains translations of Chippewa (Ojibwe) and English language words written on 4x6" cards arranged alphabetically.
The collection contains correspondence, awards and certificates, lawyers' case records, news clippings, photographs, and manuscripts on local history. The collection also includes one photograph alubm of snap shots and post card photographs.
The collection contains correspondence, contracts and agreements, journals, transcriptions of these materials, and reference materials and photographs.
The collection consists of a single handwritten volume of English words and common phrases translated to Ojibwe.
The materials comprising this collection are secondary resources Dr. Carlson gathered over time to support her research, including the publication A Childhood in Minnesota : Exploring the Lives of Ojibwe and Immigrant Families, 1880s-1920s.
Frank Whitebird oral history interview concerning historic resources of the Fond du Lac Reservation (Minn.), May 1, 1980
Two audio recordings of an interview with Frank Whitebird. The interview took place on May 1, 1980 and was conducted as a part of the Historic Resources Inventory of the Fond du Lac Reservation. An index to this interview is available.
In the intervew Frank Whitebird discussed the location of mounds, fishing camps and flint pits; fishing; names and location of villages, schools, missions, latter cemeteries, and logging railroads.
The collection contains photographs and glass plate negatives of Duluth, Minnesota taken by photographer Paul Gaylord.
The collection consists of cabinet cards and unmounted, primarily, albumen prints stamped with Newton's name or his advertisement. It is assumed he made the photographs.
The collection contains photocopies of letters written by Hall. The originals are located at the Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, Minnesota.
The collection contains letters to Kate Harris from Jennie S.S. Richardson, concerning Richardson's 1897 honeymoon trip in a birchbark canoe from Burntside Lake, near Ely, Minnesota, to Lake Agnes, in Cook County. Also included are eight photographs of the trip, William H. Richardson's pamphlet Honeymoon in a Birch-Bark Canoe describing the trip, and Kate Harris' letters to the St. Louis County Historical Society about the collection materials.
Historic Resources Inventory of the Fond du Lac Reservation, Carlton and St. Louis Counties, Minnesota
The collection consists of a report compiled for Beck and Associates, Inc. of Duluth, Minnesota by Barbara Sommer. The purpose of the report was to identify historic sites on the Fond du Lac Reservation which is located in Carlton and St. Louis Counties near the town of Cloquet, Minnesota.
Contains video interviews and transcripts, scenic video footage, and dramatic re-enactment video footage for production of a six-part public television documentary about the history and culture of Anishinaabe Ojibwe people titled Waasa Inaabida: We Look In All Directions that aired in 2001.
The Collection consists of 5x7" and 8x10" black and white silver gelatin prints exposed and printed by Mr. Nylander. The images are primarily of Duluth street scenes, buildings, churches on the Iron Range, as well as military monuments and markers in Duluth and out East.
One letter from the Assembled Chiefs of the Tribe of the Bois Forte Ojibwe to the Rapsons who gave the Ojibwe Christmas presents.
The collections consists of four audiocassettes. The recordings contain addresses delivered at the conference.
The collection contains a letter book with 35 letters by many people.
The collection consists of one letter written in Ojibwe to Vincent Roy from Peter Beaver of Grand Portage, Minnesota.
This collection is of photographs collected by Zoa Grace Stephenson. They include images of Ojibwe people from the Burntside Lake area and of their homes, canoes, and children; and other scenes of the lake.
The collection contains articles and music written by Stella Stocker, photographs, newspaper clippings, and two scrapbooks about her interests.
The collection contains Frank M. Warren's records from the Isle Royale Citizens’ Committee 1926-1929.