Lake Vermilion

Lake Vermilion Cultural Center hosts conversations on the fur trade

SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 2016 — Late in the 17th century the cultural intersection between the ancestors of Lake Vermilion’s Bois Forte Ojibwe Indians, and French Voyageurs and Courier du Bois… [Read More]

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Game and Fish Men Here with Nets

SATURDAY, MAY 14, 2016 — Today, in honor of the cold and snowy fishing opener, we are posting two items from our files. The first, a story from The Tower… [Read More]

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Ted Wheeler’s Livery

Tower Stage Line at Ted Wheeler’s Livery. The livery is believed to have been located on the site of The Tower News building. This Tower Stage Line provided public transportation… [Read More]

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Tower Boat Landing

This rare photograph depicts the Tower Boat landing, located at the site of the proposed Tower Harbor project. This landing was a very busy place in the late 19th and… [Read More]

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Mark Twain on Lake Vermilion

Throughout the years Lake Vermilion has delighted its visitors, known, unknown, famous and infamous alike. Perhaps, the lake’s most famous guest ever was world renowned Mr. Mark Twain. During the… [Read More]

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