HISTORY

Dylan Town: Minnesota Brown Talks About Life on the Iron Range and Its History, Past & Present

“If you’re travellin’ to the North Country fair…” — Bob Dylan

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Mahoming-Hull-Rust Mine, Hibbing MN (post card)
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(MN Historical Society) More than 200 structures were moved, 1919–1921.
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Churches and other buildings had to be moved to expand the mine.
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The Colonial Hotel, up on wheels. (MN Historical Society)
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Mining was labor intensive as well as dangerous.
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Aaron Brown. Author, blogger, historian.
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Senator Humphrey campaigning for presidency, 1968.
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Copper miners in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, 1905
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Chalcopyrite from Peru.

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