National Register of Historic Places listings in St. Louis County, Minnesota

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Location of Saint Louis County in Minnesota

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Saint Louis County, Minnesota. It is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in an online map.[1]

There are 127 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including three National Historic Landmarks. A supplementary list includes two additional sites that were formerly on the National Register.

Many of Saint Louis County's listings are associated with the city of Duluth's role as the westernmost port on the Great Lakes, shared with Superior, Wisconsin. The iron ore of the Mesabi Range and the Vermilion Range led to the development of the cities of Chisholm, Hibbing, Virginia, and Ely. Three of the iron mines are National Historic Landmarks: Hull-Rust-Mahoning Open Pit Iron Mine, Mountain Iron Mine, and the underground Soudan Iron Mine.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted June 16, 2017.[2]

Current listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Aerial Lift Bridge
Aerial Lift Bridge
May 22, 1973
(#73002174)
Lake Avenue
46°46′44″N 92°05′34″W / 46.77897°N 92.092896°W / 46.77897; -92.092896 (Aerial Lift Bridge)
Duluth 1905 transporter bridge, modified into a vertical-lift bridge in 1930.[6]
2 Elias and Lisi Aho Historic Farmstead Upload image
April 9, 1990
(#90000499)
off Township Road 358
47°39′06″N 92°09′35″W / 47.651679°N 92.159683°W / 47.651679; -92.159683 (Elias and Lisi Aho Historic Farmstead)
Embarrass vicinity Immigrant farmstead built 1902–1907 in traditional Finnish style.[7]
3 Alango School
Alango School
July 17, 1980
(#80004338)
County Roads 22 and 25
47°46′25″N 92°47′35″W / 47.773548°N 92.793027°W / 47.773548; -92.793027 (Alango School)
Cook vicinity 1927 brick and stucco school.[7]
4 Andrew G. Anderson House
Andrew G. Anderson House
December 4, 1980
(#80004348)
1001 E. Howard Street
47°25′40″N 92°55′46″W / 47.427848°N 92.929546°W / 47.427848; -92.929546 (Andrew G. Anderson House)
Hibbing 1920 Georgian Revival house of a founder of the bus company that became Greyhound Lines.[7]
5 Androy Hotel
Androy Hotel
June 13, 1986
(#86001290)
592 E. Howard Street
47°25′38″N 92°56′10″W / 47.427214°N 92.936233°W / 47.427214; -92.936233 (Androy Hotel)
Hibbing 1921 brick and stone Renaissance Revival hotel commissioned by the Oliver Iron Mining Company.[7]
6 Archeological Site 21SL35
Archeological Site 21SL35
December 29, 1987
(#87002165)
Voyageurs National Park
International Falls vicinity Pre-Columbian habitation site.[7]
7 Archeological Site 21SL55
Archeological Site 21SL55
July 8, 1988
(#88000989)
Voyageurs National Park
International Falls vicinity Campsite used 700–1500 CE.[7]
8 Archeological Site 21SL141
Archeological Site 21SL141
December 31, 1987
(#87002164)
Voyageurs National Park
International Falls vicinity Habitation site occupied c. 300–1900 CE.[7]
9 Archeological Site No. 21SL73
Archeological Site No. 21SL73
January 16, 1989
(#88003130)
Voyageurs National Park
International Falls vicinity Seasonal campsite used 100 BCE–1500 CE.[7]
10 Archeological Site No. 21SL82
Archeological Site No. 21SL82
February 17, 1988
(#88000067)
Voyageurs National Park
International Falls vicinity Campsite used c. 3000 BCE–1900 CE.[7]
11 B'nai Abraham Synagogue
B'nai Abraham Synagogue
August 18, 1980
(#80004356)
328 S. 5th Street
47°31′07″N 92°32′11″W / 47.518516°N 92.536367°W / 47.518516; -92.536367 (B'nai Abraham Synagogue)
Virginia 1909 brick synagogue.[7]
12 W. Bailey House
W. Bailey House
August 27, 1980
(#80004347)
705 Pierce Street
47°27′47″N 92°32′04″W / 47.462999°N 92.534527°W / 47.462999; -92.534527 (W. Bailey House)
Eveleth 1905 dyed-cement Queen Anne house.[7]
13 W.T. Bailey House
W.T. Bailey House
December 4, 1980
(#80004357)
816 S. 5th Avenue
47°30′59″N 92°32′17″W / 47.516306°N 92.538089°W / 47.516306; -92.538089 (W.T. Bailey House)
Virginia c. 1921 Mission Revival house of a lumberman.[7]
14 Bridge No. 5757
Bridge No. 5757
June 26, 1998
(#98000720)
State Highway 23 (MN 23) over Mission Creek at Fond du Lac neighborhood
46°39′38″N 92°16′32″W / 46.660479°N 92.275608°W / 46.660479; -92.275608 (Bridge No. 5757)
Duluth 1937 National Park Service rustic/Gothic Revival arch bridge, similar to 1930s federal relief construction but built by a private contractor.[8]
15 Bridge No. L-6007
Bridge No. L-6007
November 6, 1989
(#89001826)
Skyline Parkway over Stewart Creek at Smithville neighborhood
46°42′13″N 92°13′41″W / 46.703532°N 92.228047°W / 46.703532; -92.228047 (Bridge No. L-6007)
Duluth c. 1925 stone arch bridge.[7]
16 Bridge No. L6113
Bridge No. L6113
December 20, 2016
(#16000872)
East 4th Street over Tischers Creek in Congdon Park
46°49′10″N 92°03′48″W / 46.8194°N 92.0632°W / 46.8194; -92.0632 (Bridge No. L6113)
Duluth Striking example of Neoclassical and rustic architecture applied to a bridge, built in 1925 with a reinforced concrete substructure and a veneer of local gabbro masonry to complement its park setting.[9]
17 Bridge No. L8515 Upload image
December 20, 2016
(#16000873)
Lewis Street over Tischers Creek
46°49′46″N 92°04′21″W / 46.8294°N 92.0725°W / 46.8294; -92.0725 (Bridge No. L8515)
Duluth Striking example of rustic architecture applied to a bridge, built in 1922 with a reinforced concrete substructure and a veneer of local gabbro masonry to complement its park setting.[10]
18 Bruce Mine Headframe
Bruce Mine Headframe
November 28, 1978
(#78003124)
off U.S. Highway 169
47°28′38″N 92°51′54″W / 47.477126°N 92.865087°W / 47.477126; -92.865087 (Bruce Mine Headframe)
Chisholm 1926 steel headframe.[7]
19 Buhl Public Library
Buhl Public Library
February 10, 1983
(#83004605)
Jones Avenue at Frantz Street
47°29′45″N 92°46′34″W / 47.495893°N 92.776108°W / 47.495893; -92.776108 (Buhl Public Library)
Buhl 1918 brick and stone Classical Revival library.[7]
20 Buhl Village Hall
Buhl Village Hall
February 10, 1983
(#83000944)
Jones Avenue at 4th Street
47°29′44″N 92°46′40″W / 47.495531°N 92.777765°W / 47.495531; -92.777765 (Buhl Village Hall)
Buhl 1913 brick and stone Beaux-Arts town hall.[7]
21 Bull-of-the-Woods Logging Scow
Bull-of-the-Woods Logging Scow
February 12, 1999
(#99000189)
Address Restricted
Morse Township Wreck of a c. 1893 timber rafting steam scow.[7]
22 Burntside Lodge
Burntside Lodge
June 23, 1988
(#88000896)
off County Road 88
47°55′28″N 91°57′08″W / 47.924309°N 91.95231°W / 47.924309; -91.95231 (Burntside Lodge)
Ely Rustic log resort complex built 1914–1937, the first full-fledged resort in the region.[7]
23 Emmett Butler House
Emmett Butler House
December 4, 1980
(#80004349)
2530 3rd Avenue W.
47°25′14″N 92°56′39″W / 47.420582°N 92.944202°W / 47.420582; -92.944202 (Emmett Butler House)
Hibbing 1916 Colonial Revival house of a co-founder of a mining technology company.[7]
24 Chester Terrace
Chester Terrace
November 19, 1980
(#80004341)
1210–1232 E. 1st Street
46°47′58″N 92°05′00″W / 46.799472°N 92.083395°W / 46.799472; -92.083395 (Chester Terrace)
Duluth 1890 brick and stone Romanesque Revival rowhouse designed by Oliver G. Traphagen and Francis W. Fitzpatrick.[7]
25 Chisholm Commercial Historic District Upload image
August 4, 2016
(#16000512)
W. Lake St. between Central Ave. N. & S. & 4th Ave., NW. & SW., the E. side of Central Ave. N. & S. between 1st St. NE.
47°29′21″N 92°52′55″W / 47.489175°N 92.882008°W / 47.489175; -92.882008 (Chisholm Commercial Historic District)
Chisholm
26 Church of St. John the Baptist (Catholic)
Church of St. John the Baptist (Catholic)
August 27, 1980
(#80004362)
309 S. 3rd Avenue
47°31′15″N 92°32′09″W / 47.520744°N 92.535921°W / 47.520744; -92.535921 (Church of St. John the Baptist (Catholic))
Virginia 1924 brick Gothic Revival church built for a Polish immigrant congregation.[7]
27 Church of St. Joseph (Catholic)
Church of St. Joseph (Catholic)
September 6, 2002
(#02000940)
7897 Elmer Road
47°05′01″N 92°46′37″W / 47.083683°N 92.777047°W / 47.083683; -92.777047 (Church of St. Joseph (Catholic))
Meadowlands vicinity 1913 frame church built for Eastern-European Americans recruited to settle area following logging operations.[7]
28 Church of the Holy Family (Catholic)
Church of the Holy Family (Catholic)
August 27, 1980
(#80004345)
307 Adams Avenue
47°27′45″N 92°32′18″W / 47.462625°N 92.538368°W / 47.462625; -92.538368 (Church of the Holy Family (Catholic))
Eveleth 1909 brick and stone Gothic Revival church built for a Slovenian American congregation.[7]
29 Civilian Conservation Corps Camp S-52
Civilian Conservation Corps Camp S-52
March 2, 1989
(#89000158)
off U.S. Highway 53
48°06′05″N 92°50′39″W / 48.101389°N 92.844167°W / 48.101389; -92.844167 (Civilian Conservation Corps Camp S-52)
Orr vicinity 1933 frame buildings of a Civilian Conservation Corps forestry camp.[7]
30 Coates House
Coates House
August 18, 1980
(#80004358)
817 S. 5th Avenue
47°30′58″N 92°32′20″W / 47.516226°N 92.538807°W / 47.516226; -92.538807 (Coates House)
Virginia c. 1912 frame house.[7]
31 Chester and Clara Congdon Estate
Chester and Clara Congdon Estate
August 15, 1991
(#91001057)
3300 London Road
46°48′55″N 92°03′06″W / 46.815167°N 92.051793°W / 46.815167; -92.051793 (Chester and Clara Congdon Estate)
Duluth Better known as Glensheen, a 1909 Jacobean Revival mansion designed by Clarence H. Johnston, Sr. for Chester Adgate Congdon.[11] Now a house museum operated by the University of Minnesota Duluth.[12]
32 Delvic Building
Delvic Building
July 17, 1980
(#80004350)
1st Avenue and Howard Street
47°25′38″N 92°56′30″W / 47.427131°N 92.941788°W / 47.427131; -92.941788 (Delvic Building)
Hibbing 1922 brick commercial building.[7]
33 DeWitt-Seitz Building
DeWitt-Seitz Building
September 5, 1985
(#85001999)
394 Lake Avenue S.
46°46′55″N 92°05′40″W / 46.781941°N 92.094526°W / 46.781941; -92.094526 (DeWitt-Seitz Building)
Duluth 1909 brick warehouse built on Duluth's waterfront.[7]
34 Duluth Central High School
Duluth Central High School
November 9, 1972
(#72001488)
Lake Avenue and 2nd Street
46°47′21″N 92°06′01″W / 46.789029°N 92.100226°W / 46.789029; -92.100226 (Duluth Central High School)
Duluth 1892 brownstone Richardsonian Romanesque school with clocktower.[7]
35 Duluth and Iron Range Railroad Company Passenger Station
Duluth and Iron Range Railroad Company Passenger Station
June 14, 2013
(#13000380)
404 Pine Street
47°48′16″N 92°16′45″W / 47.80442°N 92.2791°W / 47.80442; -92.2791 (Duluth and Iron Range Railroad Company Passenger Station)
Tower 1915 railway station that spurred the resort and tourism industry on Lake Vermilion in the decades before highway access. Nomination includes a section of rail and several train cars.[13] Now the Tower–Soudan Historical Society History Center.[14]
36 Duluth Armory
Duluth Armory
June 1, 2011
(#11000324)
1301–1305 London Road
46°47′56″N 92°04′50″W / 46.799015°N 92.080651°W / 46.799015; -92.080651 (Duluth Armory)
Duluth 1915 National Guard and naval militia armory, also served as Duluth's largest concert venue until 1966.[15]
37 Duluth Civic Center Historic District
Duluth Civic Center Historic District
November 6, 1986
(#86003097)
5th Avenue West and 1st Street
46°47′00″N 92°06′23″W / 46.783333°N 92.106389°W / 46.783333; -92.106389 (Duluth Civic Center Historic District)
Duluth Classical Revival government buildings designed by Daniel Burnham.[7]
38 Duluth Commercial Historic District
Duluth Commercial Historic District
May 31, 2006
(#06000455)
Superior and 1st Streets between 4th Avenue West and 4th Avenue East
46°47′14″N 92°05′56″W / 46.787264°N 92.098764°W / 46.787264; -92.098764 (Duluth Commercial Historic District)
Duluth 20-block commercial district dating to the late 19th and early 20th centuries.[16]
39 Duluth Harbor North Pier Light
Duluth Harbor North Pier Light
June 7, 2016
(#16000340)
In L. Superior at E. end of Duluth Ship Canal N. pier
46°46′51″N 92°05′18″W / 46.780912°N 92.088272°W / 46.780912; -92.088272 (Duluth Harbor North Pier Light)
Duluth
40 Duluth Harbor South Breakwater Outer Light
Duluth Harbor South Breakwater Outer Light
June 7, 2016
(#16000341)
In L. Superior at E. end of Duluth Ship Canal S. Breakwater
46°46′48″N 92°05′16″W / 46.780082°N 92.087778°W / 46.780082; -92.087778 (Duluth Harbor South Breakwater Outer Light)
Duluth
41 Duluth Masonic Temple
Duluth Masonic Temple
May 11, 2015
(#15000215)
4 W. 2nd St.
46°47′17″N 92°06′01″W / 46.787929°N 92.100304°W / 46.787929; -92.100304 (Duluth Masonic Temple)
Duluth 1905 Masonic Temple, the longstanding focal point of Duluth's most influential fraternal organization. Further noted for containing Minnesota's largest operable collection of hand-painted stage backdrops.[17]
42 Duluth Missabe and Iron Range Depot (Endion)
Duluth Missabe and Iron Range Depot (Endion)
April 16, 1975
(#75002088)
100 Lake Place
46°47′11″N 92°05′42″W / 46.78632°N 92.095082°W / 46.78632; -92.095082 (Duluth Missabe and Iron Range Depot (Endion))
Duluth Small 1899 Richardsonian Romanesque passenger depot of brick and sandstone.[7]
43 Duluth Public Library
Duluth Public Library
May 5, 1978
(#78003125)
101 W. 2nd Street
46°47′14″N 92°06′08″W / 46.787311°N 92.102262°W / 46.787311; -92.102262 (Duluth Public Library)
Duluth 1902 brick and sandstone Classical Revival Carnegie library.[7]
44 Duluth South Breakwater Inner (Duluth Range Rear) Lighthouse
Duluth South Breakwater Inner (Duluth Range Rear) Lighthouse
August 4, 1983
(#83000945)
South Breakwater
46°46′43″N 92°05′31″W / 46.778698°N 92.091992°W / 46.778698; -92.091992 (Duluth South Breakwater Inner (Duluth Range Rear) Lighthouse)
Duluth 1901 steel lighthouse on the Duluth Ship Canal.[7]
45 Duluth State Normal School Historic District
Duluth State Normal School Historic District
November 8, 1985
(#85002757)
E. 5th Street
46°48′45″N 92°04′35″W / 46.812466°N 92.076427°W / 46.812466; -92.076427 (Duluth State Normal School Historic District)
Duluth 1898 teacher training campus, with 3 buildings designed by Clarence H. Johnston, Sr.[7]
46 Duluth Union Depot
Duluth Union Depot
December 9, 1971
(#71001028)
5th Avenue W. and Michigan Street
46°46′53″N 92°06′15″W / 46.781335°N 92.104059°W / 46.781335; -92.104059 (Duluth Union Depot)
Duluth 1892 stone Châteauesque passenger depot designed by Peabody and Stearns.[7] Now houses a variety of cultural institutions.[18]
47 Duluth, Winnipeg, and Pacific Depot
Duluth, Winnipeg, and Pacific Depot
August 18, 1980
(#80004364)
600 Chestnut Street
47°31′23″N 92°32′28″W / 47.523128°N 92.541119°W / 47.523128; -92.541119 (Duluth, Winnipeg, and Pacific Depot)
Virginia 1913 brick and stone depot.[7]
48 East Howard Street Commercial Historic District
East Howard Street Commercial Historic District
April 1, 1993
(#93000255)
101–510 E. Howard Street
47°25′39″N 92°56′21″W / 47.427445°N 92.939186°W / 47.427445; -92.939186 (East Howard Street Commercial Historic District)
Hibbing 1921 commercial district.[7]
49 Ely Community Center Upload image
May 23, 2016
(#16000280)
30 S. 1st Ave. East
47°54′06″N 91°51′56″W / 47.901750°N 91.865507°W / 47.901750; -91.865507 (Ely Community Center)
Ely
50 Ely State Theater
Ely State Theater
July 21, 2015
(#15000440)
234 E. Sheridan St.
47°54′11″N 91°51′46″W / 47.903°N 91.862889°W / 47.903; -91.862889 (Ely State Theater)
Ely 1936 Streamline Moderne theater, epitomizing the small-town commissions of leading regional theater designers Liebenberg & Kaplan.[19]
51 Endion School
Endion School
February 10, 1983
(#83000946)
1801 E. 1st Street
46°48′19″N 92°04′37″W / 46.805298°N 92.076911°W / 46.805298; -92.076911 (Endion School)
Duluth 1890 brick and stone Richardsonian Romanesque school.[7]
52 Eveleth Manual Training School
Eveleth Manual Training School
August 18, 1980
(#80004343)
Roosevelt Avenue
47°27′51″N 92°32′00″W / 47.464159°N 92.533261°W / 47.464159; -92.533261 (Eveleth Manual Training School)
Eveleth 1914 Moderne iron industry trade school, the first vocational school in Minnesota.[7]
53 Eveleth Recreation Building
Eveleth Recreation Building
November 25, 1980
(#80004344)
Garfield Street and Adams Avenue
47°27′59″N 92°32′20″W / 47.466437°N 92.538882°W / 47.466437; -92.538882 (Eveleth Recreation Building)
Eveleth 1918 gymnasium converted in 1947 into a shirt factory to provide employment opportunities for women on the Iron Range.[20]
54 Finnish Sauna
Finnish Sauna
August 26, 1980
(#80004360)
105 S. 1st Street
47°31′21″N 92°31′54″W / 47.522497°N 92.531662°W / 47.522497; -92.531662 (Finnish Sauna)
Virginia c. 1912 public bathhouse built for a Finnish immigrant community.[7]
55 Fire House No. 1
Fire House No. 1
May 12, 1975
(#75002089)
Northwest corner of 1st Avenue E. and 3rd Street
46°47′25″N 92°06′01″W / 46.790169°N 92.100331°W / 46.790169; -92.100331 (Fire House No. 1)
Duluth 1889 brick Richardsonian Romanesque fire station designed by Oliver G. Traphagen and Francis W. Fitzpatrick.[7] Boundary expanded to include the adjacent 1889 stable/shop building.[21]
56 First National Bank of Gilbert
First National Bank of Gilbert
July 17, 2012
(#12000415)
2 N. Broadway
47°29′15″N 92°28′00″W / 47.487557°N 92.466694°W / 47.487557; -92.466694 (First National Bank of Gilbert)
Gilbert 1920 Classical Revival bank that worked to strengthen the region's agricultural sector.[22]
57 Fitger Brewing Company
Fitger Brewing Company
February 9, 1984
(#84001690)
600 E. Superior Street
46°47′33″N 92°05′26″W / 46.792502°N 92.090535°W / 46.792502; -92.090535 (Fitger Brewing Company)
Duluth Richardsonian Romanesque brewery complex built 1886–1930.[7]
58 Flint Creek Farm Historic District
Flint Creek Farm Historic District
March 2, 1989
(#89000139)
State Highway 1
47°51′45″N 92°48′36″W / 47.862492°N 92.809914°W / 47.862492; -92.809914 (Flint Creek Farm Historic District)
Cook vicinity Farm established by two lumbermen to raise provisions for winter logging camps, active 1915–1933.[7]
59 Jun Fujita Cabin
Jun Fujita Cabin
December 2, 1996
(#96001351)
Wendt Island, Voyageurs National Park
48°32′59″N 92°52′11″W / 48.549828°N 92.869838°W / 48.549828; -92.869838 (Jun Fujita Cabin)
Ranier vicinity 1928 rustic cabin of Japanese American photographer and poet Jun Fujita. Also a rare surviving example of the early recreational development of the Boundary Waters.[23]
60 Gregorius and Mary Hanka Historic Farmstead Upload image
April 9, 1990
(#90000500)
off Township Road 6544
47°41′24″N 92°12′10″W / 47.689878°N 92.202826°W / 47.689878; -92.202826 (Gregorius and Mary Hanka Historic Farmstead)
Embarrass Township Immigrant farmstead built 1910–1915 in traditional Finnish style.[7]
61 Hartley Building
Hartley Building
December 15, 1989
(#89002127)
740 E. Superior Street
46°47′39″N 92°05′18″W / 46.794246°N 92.088314°W / 46.794246; -92.088314 (Hartley Building)
Duluth 1914 brick and stone Jacobean Revival office building designed by Bertram Goodhue.[7]
62 Height of Land Portage Upload image
July 23, 1992
(#92000842)
off County Road 138 in Embarrass, White, and Pike Townships
47°36′49″N 92°18′06″W / 47.613611°N 92.301667°W / 47.613611; -92.301667 (Height of Land Portage)
Embarrass vicinity Portage in use c. 1630s–1870s.[7]
63 Hibbing City Hall
Hibbing City Hall
February 12, 1981
(#81000683)
21st Street E. and 4th Avenue
47°25′36″N 92°56′14″W / 47.426685°N 92.937282°W / 47.426685; -92.937282 (Hibbing City Hall)
Hibbing 1922 brick Georgian Revival city hall.[7]
64 Hibbing Disposal Plant
Hibbing Disposal Plant
August 9, 1991
(#91001022)
1300 E. 23rd Street
47°25′30″N 92°54′56″W / 47.425017°N 92.915545°W / 47.425017; -92.915545 (Hibbing Disposal Plant)
Hibbing 1941 concrete Moderne sanitation complex built by the Public Works Administration.[7]
65 Hibbing High School
Hibbing High School
August 11, 1980
(#80004351)
21st Street at 8th Avenue
47°25′32″N 92°55′57″W / 47.425658°N 92.932529°W / 47.425658; -92.932529 (Hibbing High School)
Hibbing 1924 brick and stone Jacobean Revival school
66 Matt and Emma Hill Historic Farmstead Upload image
April 9, 1990
(#90000768)
off Township Road 303
47°39′21″N 92°19′56″W / 47.655881°N 92.332143°W / 47.655881; -92.332143 (Matt and Emma Hill Historic Farmstead)
Embarrass vicinity Immigrant farmstead built 1897–1920 in traditional Finnish style.[7]
67 Hotel Glode
Hotel Glode
November 25, 1980
(#80004346)
222 Adams Avenue
47°27′44″N 92°32′16″W / 47.462349°N 92.53767°W / 47.462349; -92.53767 (Hotel Glode)
Eveleth 1904 brick hotel, once the leading accommodations on the Mesabi Range.[7]
68 Hull–Rust–Mahoning Open Pit Iron Mine
Hull–Rust–Mahoning Open Pit Iron Mine
November 13, 1966
(#66000904)
3rd Avenue E.
47°27′10″N 92°57′40″W / 47.452778°N 92.961111°W / 47.452778; -92.961111 (Hull–Rust–Mahoning Open Pit Iron Mine)
Hibbing World's largest open-pit mine, active 1895–present.[24]
69 William Ingersoll Estate
William Ingersoll Estate
June 15, 2011
(#11000360)
Ingersoll's Island in Voyageurs National Park
48°21′16″N 92°28′23″W / 48.354351°N 92.473104°W / 48.354351; -92.473104 (William Ingersoll Estate)
Crane Lake vicinity 1920s island summer home complex, whose 1928 main cabin is a rare surviving E. F. Hodgson Company prefabricated kit house.[25]
70 Irving School
Irving School
November 20, 1992
(#92001611)
101 N. 56th Avenue W.
46°44′07″N 92°10′07″W / 46.73539°N 92.16855°W / 46.73539; -92.16855 (Irving School)
Duluth 1895 brick and stone Renaissance Revival school, Duluth's first source of vocational training.[7]
71 Jukola Boardinghouse
Jukola Boardinghouse
March 10, 1982
(#82004710)
201 N. 3rd Avenue
47°31′29″N 92°32′05″W / 47.524772°N 92.534666°W / 47.524772; -92.534666 (Jukola Boardinghouse)
Virginia 1912 frame housing for miners.[7]
72 Kabetogama Ranger Station District Upload image
June 18, 1993
(#93000479)
Southwestern shore of Kabetogama Lake in Voyageurs National Park
48°26′43″N 93°01′47″W / 48.445278°N 93.029722°W / 48.445278; -93.029722 (Kabetogama Ranger Station District)
Ray vicinity Complex built 1933–1941 for the Minnesota Division of Forestry by the Civilian Conservation Corps, an example of federal work relief projects during the Great Depression and National Park Service rustic architecture.[26]
73 Kettle Falls Historic District
Kettle Falls Historic District
July 17, 1978
(#78000376)
Kettle Channel in Voyageurs National Park
48°30′05″N 92°38′25″W / 48.501389°N 92.640278°W / 48.501389; -92.640278 (Kettle Falls Historic District)
Island View vicinity Ancient portage site and 1914 dam complex.[7]
74 Kettle Falls Hotel
Kettle Falls Hotel
January 11, 1976
(#76000210)
Kettle Channel in Voyageurs National Park
48°30′11″N 92°38′24″W / 48.502925°N 92.639862°W / 48.502925; -92.639862 (Kettle Falls Hotel)
Island View vicinity Remote 1913 frame hotel, only accessible by water. Reopened as the only lodging within Voyageurs National Park.[27]
75 Kitchi Gammi Club
Kitchi Gammi Club
April 16, 1975
(#75002090)
831 E. Superior Street
46°47′43″N 92°05′16″W / 46.795397°N 92.087772°W / 46.795397; -92.087772 (Kitchi Gammi Club)
Duluth 1913 Georgian/Gothic Revival private clubhouse designed by Bertram Goodhue.[28]
76 LeMoine Building
LeMoine Building
March 2, 1989
(#89000140)
off County Road 74
47°58′06″N 92°48′37″W / 47.968383°N 92.810247°W / 47.968383; -92.810247 (LeMoine Building)
Gheen (vicinity of Orr) 1913 false-fronted frame store with living quarters.[7]
77 Charles Lenont House
Charles Lenont House
August 18, 1980
(#80004359)
202 N. 5th Avenue
47°31′27″N 92°32′21″W / 47.524232°N 92.539076°W / 47.524232; -92.539076 (Charles Lenont House)
Virginia 1900 brick Queen Anne house.[7]
78 Lester River Bridge-Bridge No. 5772
Lester River Bridge-Bridge No. 5772
September 6, 2002
(#02000934)
London Road over the Lester River
46°50′12″N 92°00′22″W / 46.836677°N 92.006196°W / 46.836677; -92.006196 (Lester River Bridge-Bridge No. 5772)
Duluth 1925 concrete Classical Revival arch bridge with stone facing.[7]
79 Adolph Levin Cottage Upload image
June 15, 2011
(#11000361)
Kabetogama Narrows near Ash River Maintenance Dock
48°26′05″N 92°51′22″W / 48.434653°N 92.855993°W / 48.434653; -92.855993 (Adolph Levin Cottage)
Kabetogama Lake vicinity 1937 Rustic summer home.[29]
80 Lincoln Branch Library
Lincoln Branch Library
January 14, 2013
(#12001175)
2229 W. 2nd Street
46°46′00″N 92°07′44″W / 46.766698°N 92.129019°W / 46.766698; -92.129019 (Lincoln Branch Library)
Duluth 1917 Carnegie library reflecting the evolving emphasis of the Carnegie Foundation and Duluth Public Library on branch libraries and providing services in working-class neighborhoods.[30]
81 Lincoln School Building
Lincoln School Building
November 28, 1978
(#78003130)
3rd Avenue at 1st Street N.
47°31′28″N 92°32′04″W / 47.524359°N 92.534403°W / 47.524359; -92.534403 (Lincoln School Building)
Virginia 1922 brick and stone Jacobean Revival school.[7]
82 Listening Point Upload image
December 26, 2007
(#07001316)
3128 Listening Point Road
47°54′11″N 92°01′01″W / 47.903182°N 92.017083°W / 47.903182; -92.017083 (Listening Point)
Ely vicinity 1956 wilderness retreat of conservationist Sigurd F. Olson.[31]
83 E.J. Longyear First Diamond Drill Site Upload image
July 20, 1977
(#77001526)
off County Highway 110
47°33′25″N 92°07′04″W / 47.556944°N 92.117778°W / 47.556944; -92.117778 (E.J. Longyear First Diamond Drill Site)
Hoyt Lakes 1890 site of first exploration diamond drilling on the Iron Range. Now an Iron Range Historical Society park.[32]
84 Mike and Mary Matson Historic Farmstead Upload image
April 9, 1990
(#90000769)
off County Highway 21
47°40′42″N 92°12′16″W / 47.678216°N 92.204537°W / 47.678216; -92.204537 (Mike and Mary Matson Historic Farmstead)
Embarrass Township c. 1900 immigrant farmstead built in traditional Finnish style.[7]
85 May Flower (shipwreck) Upload image
August 28, 2012
(#12000560)
2.25 miles south of Lester River in Lake Superior
46°48′12″N 92°00′40″W / 46.803248°N 92.011061°W / 46.803248; -92.011061 (May Flower (shipwreck))
Lester Park vicinity Wreck of an 1887 scow schooner lost in 1891, an important example of a fairly common but little documented type of Great Lakes merchant vessel.[33]
86 Minnesota Point Lighthouse
Minnesota Point Lighthouse
December 27, 1974
(#74002206)
Minnesota Point – Park Point
46°42′36″N 92°01′33″W / 46.710023°N 92.025848°W / 46.710023; -92.025848 (Minnesota Point Lighthouse)
Duluth Ruins of 1858 brick lighthouse.[7]
87 Mitchell-Tappan House
Mitchell-Tappan House
December 2, 1980
(#80004352)
2145 4th Avenue
47°25′31″N 92°56′18″W / 47.425178°N 92.938253°W / 47.425178; -92.938253 (Mitchell-Tappan House)
Hibbing 1898 Queen Anne house built for the Oliver Iron Mining Company's superintendent.[7] Now a bed and breakfast.[34]
88 Bergetta Moe Bakery
Bergetta Moe Bakery
June 3, 1976
(#76002175)
716 E. Superior Street
46°47′36″N 92°05′22″W / 46.793413°N 92.08936°W / 46.793413; -92.08936 (Bergetta Moe Bakery)
Duluth c. 1875 frame shop with living quarters, dating to early development of Duluth.[7]
89 Monson's Hoist Bay Resort Upload image
June 15, 2011
(#11000362)
Hoist Bay
48°25′05″N 92°44′55″W / 48.417969°N 92.748733°W / 48.417969; -92.748733 (Monson's Hoist Bay Resort)
Namakan Lake vicinity Middle class resort active 1939–1973.[35]
90 Mountain Iron Mine
Mountain Iron Mine
November 24, 1968
(#68000052)
north of Mountain Iron
47°32′20″N 92°37′25″W / 47.538889°N 92.623611°W / 47.538889; -92.623611 (Mountain Iron Mine)
Mountain Iron First mine on the Mesabi Range, established 1892.[36]
91 Munger Terrace
Munger Terrace
December 12, 1976
(#76002176)
405 Mesaba Avenue
46°47′08″N 92°06′33″W / 46.785663°N 92.109198°W / 46.785663; -92.109198 (Munger Terrace)
Duluth 1892 Châteauesque rowhouse designed by Oliver G. Traphagen and Francis W. Fitzpatrick.[7]
92 Erick and Kristina Nelimark Sauna Upload image
April 9, 1990
(#90000770)
junction of Township Roads 21 and 615
47°39′46″N 92°11′45″W / 47.662778°N 92.195833°W / 47.662778; -92.195833 (Erick and Kristina Nelimark Sauna)
Embarrass c. 1930 traditional log Finnish sauna.[7] Part of the Nelimark Homestead Museum.
93 Northland Upload image
July 31, 1978
(#78003129)
off U.S. Highway 2
46°44′45″N 92°13′34″W / 46.745833°N 92.226111°W / 46.745833; -92.226111 (Northland)
Proctor 1916 private train car of the Duluth, Missabe and Northern Railway president.[7]
94 Olcott Park Electric Fountain and Rock Garden Upload image
June 5, 2017
(#100001026)
NW. quadrant of Olcott Park, 9th St. N. & 9th Ave. N.
47°31′47″N 92°33′05″W / 47.529831°N 92.551343°W / 47.529831; -92.551343 (Olcott Park Electric Fountain and Rock Garden)
Virginia
95 Orr Roadside Parking Area
Orr Roadside Parking Area
September 6, 2002
(#02000937)
U.S. Highway 53 at First Avenue
48°03′33″N 92°49′50″W / 48.05918°N 92.830685°W / 48.05918; -92.830685 (Orr Roadside Parking Area)
Orr National Park Service rustic wayside built 1935–1938 by the Civilian Conservation Corps.[7]
96 Pioneer Mine Buildings and "A" Headframe
Pioneer Mine Buildings and "A" Headframe
November 28, 1978
(#78003127)
off Pioneer Road
47°54′43″N 91°51′38″W / 47.911909°N 91.860659°W / 47.911909; -91.860659 (Pioneer Mine Buildings and "A" Headframe)
Ely 1889 complex of Ely's first underground mine.[7] Now houses the Ely Arts & Heritage Center.[37]
97 Anna and Mikko Pyhala Farm Upload image
June 12, 2003
(#03000521)
4745 Salo Road
47°39′46″N 92°11′11″W / 47.662725°N 92.186403°W / 47.662725; -92.186403 (Anna and Mikko Pyhala Farm)
Embarrass Immigrant farmstead built 1895–1931 in traditional Finnish style.[38]
98 Robert Wallace (bulk carrier) shipwreck site
Robert Wallace (bulk carrier) shipwreck site
October 14, 2009
(#09000828)
Address restricted
Palmers 1882 wooden freight steamer sunk in 1902.[39]
99 Sacred Heart Cathedral, Sacred Heart School and Christian Brothers Home
Sacred Heart Cathedral, Sacred Heart School and Christian Brothers Home
June 26, 1986
(#86001382)
206 and 211 W. Fourth Street
Boundary increase (listed May 19, 2005, refnum 05000446): 315 N. 2nd Avenue W.

46°47′15″N 92°06′19″W / 46.787525°N 92.105293°W / 46.787525; -92.105293 (Sacred Heart Cathedral, Sacred Heart School and Christian Brothers Home)
Duluth 1896 brick Gothic Revival cathedral, 1904 school, and 1907 house.[40]
100 St. Louis County 4-H Club Camp Upload image
March 4, 1985
(#85000456)
100 Pine Lane
47°28′27″N 92°20′47″W / 47.474167°N 92.346389°W / 47.474167; -92.346389 (St. Louis County 4-H Club Camp)
Gilbert vicinity 1934 camp built by the Civilian Conservation Corps and Works Progress Administration for an award-winning 4-H club.[7]
101 St. Louis County District Courthouse
St. Louis County District Courthouse
June 18, 1992
(#92000798)
300 S. 5th Avenue
47°31′15″N 92°32′16″W / 47.520833°N 92.537778°W / 47.520833; -92.537778 (St. Louis County District Courthouse)
Virginia 1910 brick Beaux-Arts courthouse.[7]
102 St. Mark's African Methodist Episcopal Church
St. Mark's African Methodist Episcopal Church
April 16, 1991
(#91000439)
530 N. 5th Avenue E.
46°47′45″N 92°05′53″W / 46.79575°N 92.098188°W / 46.79575; -92.098188 (St. Mark's African Methodist Episcopal Church)
Duluth 1913 brick Gothic Revival church of Duluth's first African American congregation.[7]
103 Saints Peter and Paul Church-Ukrainian Catholic
Saints Peter and Paul Church-Ukrainian Catholic
August 27, 1980
(#80004340)
530 Central Avenue
47°29′01″N 92°52′44″W / 47.483514°N 92.878852°W / 47.483514; -92.878852 (Saints Peter and Paul Church-Ukrainian Catholic)
Chisholm 1916 onion-domed brick church of a Ukrainian immigrant congregation.[7]
104 Alex Seitaniemi Housebarn Upload image
April 9, 1990
(#90000771)
off Township Road 797
47°42′25″N 92°08′16″W / 47.707042°N 92.137911°W / 47.707042; -92.137911 (Alex Seitaniemi Housebarn)
Embarrass vicinity Rare example of a housebarn, built c. 1907–1913.[7]
105 Sons of Italy Hall
Sons of Italy Hall
November 25, 1980
(#80004353)
704 E. Howard Street
47°25′39″N 92°56′01″W / 47.427369°N 92.933604°W / 47.427369; -92.933604 (Sons of Italy Hall)
Hibbing 1930 brick Renaissance Revival hall of an Italian immigrant club.[7]
106 Soudan Iron Mine
Soudan Iron Mine
November 13, 1966
(#66000905)
Soudan Underground Mine State Park
47°49′10″N 92°14′32″W / 47.819336°N 92.242101°W / 47.819336; -92.242101 (Soudan Iron Mine)
Tower The state's oldest and deepest iron mine, active 1884–1962, ushering in Minnesota's importance in iron ore production. Now a state park.[41]
107 I.W. Stevens Lakeside Cottage Upload image
June 15, 2011
(#11000363)
Williams Island
48°26′35″N 92°44′20″W / 48.443159°N 92.7389°W / 48.443159; -92.7389 (I.W. Stevens Lakeside Cottage)
Namakan Lake vicinity 1932 cabin modified from a logging company shack.[42]
108 Stuntz Bay Boathouse Historic District
Stuntz Bay Boathouse Historic District
May 24, 2007
(#07000460)
at the northern end of Stuntz Bay Road
47°49′34″N 92°14′11″W / 47.826025°N 92.236286°W / 47.826025; -92.236286 (Stuntz Bay Boathouse Historic District)
Tower vicinity Row of 20th-century metal boathouses offered as a perk to U.S. Steel employees.[43]
109 Tanner's Hospital
Tanner's Hospital
July 28, 1980
(#80004342)
204 E. Camp Street
47°54′14″N 91°51′49″W / 47.90398°N 91.863725°W / 47.90398; -91.863725 (Tanner's Hospital)
Ely 1901 Queen Anne hospital dating to mining boom era.[7]
110 Waino Tanttari Field Hay Barn Upload image
April 9, 1990
(#90000773)
end of Township Road 585
47°42′39″N 92°09′42″W / 47.710833°N 92.161667°W / 47.710833; -92.161667 (Waino Tanttari Field Hay Barn)
Embarrass vicinity 1935 hay barn built in traditional Finnish style.[7]
111 Thomas Wilson (Whaleback Freighter) Shipwreck
Thomas Wilson (Whaleback Freighter) Shipwreck
July 23, 1992
(#92000844)
7/8 of a mile outside the Duluth Harbor entrance.[44]
46°47′00″N 92°04′10″W / 46.783333°N 92.069444°W / 46.783333; -92.069444 (Thomas Wilson (Whaleback Freighter) Shipwreck)
Duluth vicinity 1892 freight steamer sunk in Duluth Harbor in 1902. Wreck is one of the best surviving examples of whaleback design.[45]
112 Tower Fire Hall Upload image
July 17, 1980
(#80004355)
Main Street
47°48′18″N 92°16′30″W / 47.805007°N 92.274937°W / 47.805007; -92.274937 (Tower Fire Hall)
Tower c. 1895 brick Queen Anne fire station.[7]
113 Oliver G. Traphagen House
Oliver G. Traphagen House
April 4, 1975
(#75002091)
1509–1511 E. Superior Street
46°48′06″N 92°04′46″W / 46.80173°N 92.079388°W / 46.80173; -92.079388 (Oliver G. Traphagen House)
Duluth 1892 stone Richardsonian Romanesque duplex designed by Oliver G. Traphagen.[7]
114 United States Army Corps of Engineers Duluth Vessel Yard
United States Army Corps of Engineers Duluth Vessel Yard
October 23, 1995
(#95001163)
intersection of 9th Street S. and Minnesota Ave.
46°46′32″N 92°05′34″W / 46.775556°N 92.092778°W / 46.775556; -92.092778 (United States Army Corps of Engineers Duluth Vessel Yard)
Duluth 1904 support complex for federal dredging and maintenance of Duluth Harbor.[7]
115 US Fisheries Station, Duluth
US Fisheries Station, Duluth
November 28, 1978
(#78003126)
6008 London Road
46°50′10″N 92°00′26″W / 46.836134°N 92.007236°W / 46.836134; -92.007236 (US Fisheries Station, Duluth)
Duluth 1880s Shingle and Stick style federal fish hatchery complex.[7]
116 USS Essex Shipwreck Site
USS Essex Shipwreck Site
April 14, 1994
(#94000342)
Lake Superior
46°42′46″N 92°01′43″W / 46.712706°N 92.028608°W / 46.712706; -92.028608 (USS Essex Shipwreck Site)
Duluth Remains of a U.S Navy steam sloop active 1876–1903, scrapped and burned to the waterline in 1931. Only surviving remnants of a vessel by influential shipbuilder Donald McKay.[46]
117 Valon Tuote Raittiusseura
Valon Tuote Raittiusseura
August 24, 1979
(#79003199)
125 3rd Street N.
47°31′34″N 92°31′58″W / 47.52612°N 92.532826°W / 47.52612; -92.532826 (Valon Tuote Raittiusseura)
Virginia c. 1906 brick meeting hall of a Finnish temperance society.[7]
118 Virginia Brewery
Virginia Brewery
August 27, 1980
(#80004363)
305 S. 7th Avenue
47°31′16″N 92°32′34″W / 47.521117°N 92.542697°W / 47.521117; -92.542697 (Virginia Brewery)
Virginia 1905 Richardsonian Romanesque brewery of polychrome brick.[7]
119 Virginia City Hall
Virginia City Hall
May 26, 2004
(#04000539)
327 1st Street S.
47°31′21″N 92°32′11″W / 47.52253°N 92.536324°W / 47.52253; -92.536324 (Virginia City Hall)
Virginia 1923 brick and stone Colonial/Georgian Revival city hall.[47]
120 Virginia Commercial Historic District
Virginia Commercial Historic District
January 31, 1997
(#97000020)
Chestnut Street between 1st and 6th Avenues
47°31′23″N 92°32′09″W / 47.523189°N 92.535884°W / 47.523189; -92.535884 (Virginia Commercial Historic District)
Virginia Early-20th-century brick business district where much Mesabi and Vermilion Range commerce was conducted.[7]
121 Virginia-Rainy Lake Lumber Company Manager's Residence
Virginia-Rainy Lake Lumber Company Manager's Residence
August 18, 1980
(#80004361)
402 and 404 S. 5th Avenue
47°31′13″N 92°32′18″W / 47.520204°N 92.538223°W / 47.520204; -92.538223 (Virginia-Rainy Lake Lumber Company Manager's Residence)
Virginia 1910 frame Jacobean/Tudor Revival housing for lumber mill manager.[7]
122 Virginia-Rainy Lake Lumber Company Office
Virginia-Rainy Lake Lumber Company Office
August 26, 1980
(#80004365)
731 3rd Street S.
47°31′14″N 92°32′38″W / 47.52061°N 92.543925°W / 47.52061; -92.543925 (Virginia-Rainy Lake Lumber Company Office)
Virginia c. 1907 headquarters of region's leading pine logging company.[7]
123 Virginia Recreation Building
Virginia Recreation Building
February 4, 1982
(#82004711)
305 1st Street S.
47°31′21″N 92°32′08″W / 47.522533°N 92.535444°W / 47.522533; -92.535444 (Virginia Recreation Building)
Virginia 1923 brick Georgian Revival community center.[7]
124 Western Bohemian Fraternal Union Hall
Western Bohemian Fraternal Union Hall
July 31, 1986
(#86002123)
County Road 29
47°02′53″N 92°44′46″W / 47.048056°N 92.74611°W / 47.048056; -92.74611 (Western Bohemian Fraternal Union Hall)
Meadowlands vicinity 1925 frame meeting hall for Czech American groups.[7]
125 WILLIAM A. IRVIN (freighter)
WILLIAM A. IRVIN (freighter)
July 13, 1989
(#89000858)
Minnesota Slip in Duluth Harbor
46°46′58″N 92°05′50″W / 46.782801°N 92.097273°W / 46.782801; -92.097273 (WILLIAM A. IRVIN (freighter))
Duluth U.S. Steel's 1937 flagship Great Lakes freighter with luxury passenger facilities. Now a museum ship.[48]
126 Wirth Building
Wirth Building
July 25, 1991
(#91000896)
13 W. Superior Street
46°47′12″N 92°05′56″W / 46.786662°N 92.098925°W / 46.786662; -92.098925 (Wirth Building)
Duluth 1886 brownstone Richardsonian Romanesque commercial building designed by Oliver G. Traphagen and George Wirth.[7]
127 YWCA of Duluth
YWCA of Duluth
June 1, 2011
(#11000325)
202 W. 2nd Street
46°47′10″N 92°06′10″W / 46.7860°N 92.102739°W / 46.7860; -92.102739 (YWCA of Duluth)
Duluth 1908 headquarters of the Duluth YWCA, associated with local civic development through its social welfare efforts.[49]

Former listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location City or town Summary
1 John Harris Hearding Grammar and High School and John A. Johnson Grammar School Upload image
January 16, 1997
(#80004354)
June 11, 2003
intersection of 4th Avenue N. and First Street W.
Aurora 1912 and 1914 public schools.[7] Demolished in 2001.[50]
2 Otto Johnson House Upload image
November 25, 1980
(#80004354)
October 2, 1998
202 3rd Avenue
Mountain Iron Whimsical 1912 cottage, statuary, and landscaping of folk artist Otto Johnson. Fell into disrepair and demolished by later owner in 1997.[51]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on June 16, 2017.
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  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
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  10. ^ Ortiz, Melinda; Heather Goodson (2014-06-30). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Bridge No. L8515" (PDF). National Park Service. Retrieved 2017-03-24. 
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  13. ^ Zahn, Thomas R.; Bethany Gladhill (2013-01-09). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Duluth and Iron Range Railroad Company Passenger Station" (PDF). National Park Service. Retrieved 2014-01-16. 
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  17. ^ Anderson, Rolf T. (2014-12-03). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Duluth Masonic Temple" (PDF). National Park Service. Retrieved 2015-12-08. 
  18. ^ "Duluth Depot". St. Louis County Heritage and Arts Center. Retrieved 2012-10-09. 
  19. ^ Roise, Charlene (2015-03-09). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Ely State Theater" (PDF). National Park Service. Retrieved 2015-08-02. 
  20. ^ "Eveleth Recreation Building". Iron Range Region. Minnesota Historical Society. Retrieved 2012-10-09. 
  21. ^ Fraser, Clayton B. (2011-05-31). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Engine House No. 1" (PDF). National Park Service. Retrieved 2013-11-09. 
  22. ^ "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: First National Bank of Gilbert" (PDF). National Park Service. Retrieved 2012-10-09. 
  23. ^ Hurley, John (1994-08-15). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Fujita, Jun Cabin" (PDF). National Park Service. Retrieved 2013-03-16. 
  24. ^ "Hull Rust Mahoning Mine View". Iron Trail. Iron Trail Convention & Visitors Bureau. Retrieved 2012-10-10. 
  25. ^ "Ingersoll Seasonal Estate-Main Cabin". List of Classified Structures. National Park Service. Retrieved 2014-07-21. 
  26. ^ Franklin, Rachel (1993-01-14). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Kabetogama Ranger Station District" (PDF). National Park Service. Retrieved 2013-03-18. 
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  30. ^ Sommer, Barbara W.; Debra Kellner (2012). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Lincoln Branch Library" (PDF). National Park Service. Retrieved 2013-05-12. 
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  32. ^ "Off-Premise Attractions [sic]". Iron Range Historical Society. Retrieved 2012-10-10. 
  33. ^ Meverden, Keith; Tamara Thomsen (January 2012). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: May Flower - Shipwreck" (PDF). National Park Service. Retrieved 2013-11-10. 
  34. ^ "Welcome to the Mitchell-Tappan House". Retrieved 2014-06-19. 
  35. ^ "Destinations/Visitor Info: Points of Interest in the Park". Voyageurs National Park Association. Archived from the original on 2012-11-13. Retrieved 2012-10-11. 
  36. ^ "Mountain Iron Mine". National Historic Landmarks Program. National Park Service. Archived from the original on 2010-09-29. Retrieved 2012-10-11. 
  37. ^ "Ely Arts & Heritage Center". Ely Greenstone Public Art. Archived from the original on 2013-08-10. Retrieved 2013-06-10. 
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