A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
National Eagle Center visitors watch eagles from the center's observation deck, 2013.
Minnesota Home Guard digging graves after the fires, 1918. Minnesota Governor J.A.A. Burnquist looks on (hatless, at center back).
Minnesota Home Guard camp providing assistance after the fires, 1918.
Refugees and relief workers after the Moose Lake fire, 1918.
People and ruins after the fire, 1918.
View of Cloquet after fire, 1918.
National Guard giving out clothing to refugees, 1918.
Wrecked cars along Pike Lake Road near Duluth, 1918.
Ruins of car after fire, Kettle River Road, 1918.
Mass grave at Moose Lake after the fire, 1918.
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