Iron Range Country: A Historical Travelogue of Minnesota's Iron Ranges By Pamela Thompson, Donald L. This helpful guide has information about nearly all Iron Range topics.
Published by the Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Board, 1979.
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If you like the resources, please purchase them from the links provided or find them at your local library. Starting in the 1920s, loggers were cutting at the Rum River and Mississippi Rivers, and moved into northeastern Minnesota by the 1880s.
This piece describes the process of getting the wood from tree to sawmill.
A breakout box describes the Minnesota Forest History Center.
10pgs A longer packet containing the history of the Vermilion Range from the Gold Rush just after the Civil War up to the present day.
Breakout boxes describe the Tower-Soudan mine and include more information on underground mining.
13pgs This piece tells the story of the "Seven Iron Men" who bought up the land rich with iron ore and became even richer.
Includes some information on the Merritt brothers and their dealing with Rockefeller.
5pgs A brief compilation of facts from each of the cities and town on the Vermilion Range including Ely, Tower-Soudan and Winton.