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CARLTON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

406 Cloquet Avenue, Cloquet MN 55720

218-879-1938

info@carltoncountyhistory.org

We are proud to serve Carlton County in the collection, preservation and dissemination of the history of the county. We invite you to become a member of the Carlton County Historical Society and help provide needed support for this important work.


Items for Our Collection: Due to covid-19, we are not able to accept items into our collection. We will let you know as soon as this changes!

Research Requests Are temporarily unavailable. Due to the museum being currently closed due to Covid-19, we are not accepting research requests at this time.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Ed Kavanaugh | President

Gail Juntunen Peil | Vice President

Cynthia Johnson | Secretary

BOARD MEMBERS

Patricia Johnson

Susan Zmyslony

Emily Fuerste Swanson

Dawn Bergeron

Bob Bomier

STAFF

Amy Utech | Administrative Assistant

Darlene Seelos | Barn Committee Coordinator

Interested in getting involved?

Contact us at 218-879-1938 or

info@carltoncountyhistory.org

Carlton County Historical Society is CLOSED to the General Public & Members until further notice.
Due to COVID-19

Please Be Safe and be Well!


EXHIBITS

BARNS OF CARLTON COUNTY
(Part IV)

A CENTURY AGO:

THE GREAT 1918 FIRE


TRAINS AND THE 1918 FIRE