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The Reading Room

Theatre Fiasko Brings “The Reading Room” to Superior In a play by Ann Tuomi, the Finhish National Theater Company presents “The Reading Room” at...

Finnish Theatre Company to Perform at DCHS

Theatre Fiasko Brings “The Reading Room” to Superior In a play by Ann Tuomi, the Finhish National Theater Company presents “The Reading Room” at...

Wisconsin Arts Town Hall Tuesday

Listening Session About the Arts The Wisconsin Arts Board is assembling their five-year strategic plan and they need your input. What do you want to see from their...

Living History Walk Returns Saturday, Sept. 17

Douglas County Historical Society Sponsors 2nd Annual Event There’s a story in every plot! Come to the Greenwood Cemetery for the Living History Walk this...

John McArthur

Sad Story of Lost Lives on Lake Superior

1906 Tragedy Brings Twin Ports Together By Tony D. Tracy In the early years of the Twentieth Century the elements completely controlled man’s endeavors.  As the...

DCHS USO Duluth Tribune Top the fold Weekend section

Historical Society Had Fun-Packed 2015

Accomplishments of Douglas County Historical Society By Tony Tracy It is hard to believe that 2015 is over but it has been a very busy year at DCHS.  As an organization...

Veterans To Be Honored at Dinner

Douglas County Historical Society Sponsored Event By Tony Tracy The Douglas County Historical Society wants to extend a formal invitation for you to come and celebrate...

LHW Lenroots | Explore Superior

Living History Walk a Success

Every Plot Has a Story By Tony Tracy What are your goals in life? For many, it is to see how much money and possessions that can be acquired during a lifetime. To live...

The Webster Chair Factory display at the DCHS. You have probably heard about them, come and see our many examples of the 900 different styles of chairs once produced by the Webster Chair Factory. WCF once employed 500 citizens of the Twin Ports and supplied 7000 chairs for the 1892 Republican National Convention | Explore Superior

Gifting to Local Historical Society

Where There’s a Will…there will be another day for the DCHS By Tony Tracy As a non-profit organization, the Douglas County Historical Society (DCHS) relies...

History Happy Hour at Who’s Bar

Call the DCHS at (715) 392-8449 for more information

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