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St. Louis County, Minnesota

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  • Fredrika Hietala (1879 - 1932)
    Lähteet: * Haapajärvi syntyneet 1870-1880 ; SSHY * vihitty 1899* Haapajärvi rippikirja 1891-1900 (MKO146-179) Sivu 120 Pyhtilä ; SSHY Passiluettelo: Matkustajaluettelo:
  • Albert Clayton Eide (1905 - 1959)
  • Anna Caroline Eide (1906 - 1989)
  • Elisabeth M. "Elisa" Elton (1853 - 1932)
    Reference: FamilySearch Family Tree - SmartCopy : Feb 12 2020, 22:25:10 UTC
  • Mary Hilma Ewoldsen (1907 - 2000)
    Residence : Duluth, MN since 1947* Residence : Cloquet Minnesota* Residence : Lakeview, Carlton, Minnesota - 1920* Residence : Wright, Carlton, Minnesota - 1930* Residence : Duluth, St Louis, Minnesota...

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This area was long inhabited by Algonquian-speaking tribes: the Ojibwe (Chippewa), Ottawa and Potawatomi peoples were loosely affiliated in the Council of Three Fires. As American settlers entered the territory, the Native Americans were pushed to outer areas.

The Minnesota Legislature established St. Louis County on February 20, 1855, as Doty County, and changed its name to Newton County on March 3, 1855. It originally consisted of the area east and south of the St. Louis River, while the area east of the Vermilion River and north of the St. Louis River was part of Superior County. Superior County was renamed St. Louis County.

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Voyageurs National Park

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