“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Beltrami County, Minnesota

Clickable Map of Beltrami County, Minnesota and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Beltrami County, MN (13) Cass County, MN (6) Clearwater County, MN (9) Hubbard County, MN (1) Itasca County, MN (4) Koochiching County, MN (2) Lake of the Woods County, MN (7) Marshall County, MN (3) Pennington County, MN (1) Roseau County, MN (3)  BeltramiCounty(13) Beltrami County (13)  CassCounty(6) Cass County (6)  ClearwaterCounty(9) Clearwater County (9)  HubbardCounty(1) Hubbard County (1)  ItascaCounty(4) Itasca County (4)  KoochichingCounty(2) Koochiching County (2)  LakeoftheWoodsCounty(7) Lake of the Woods County (7)  MarshallCounty(3) Marshall County (3)  PenningtonCounty(1) Pennington County (1)  RoseauCounty(3) Roseau County (3)
Bemidji is the county seat for Beltrami County
Adjacent to Beltrami County, Minnesota
      Cass County (6)  
      Clearwater County (9)  
      Hubbard County (1)  
      Itasca County (4)  
      Koochiching County (2)  
      Lake of the Woods County (7)  
      Marshall County (3)  
      Pennington County (1)  
      Roseau County (3)  
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1 Minnesota, Beltrami County, Bemidji — Beltrami County History
Beltrami County was established by an act of the state legislature on February 28, 1866. The first post office in the county was established in Red Lake in 1875. The first homesteader in the county was Joachim Cyr at Little Turtle Lake in . . . Map (db m131652) HM
2 Minnesota, Beltrami County, Bemidji — Historic Beltrami Camp
Beltrami Camp was built in 1942 by the Works Progress Administration. It was a popular gathering place for family reunions and civic groups. The only remaining building from the Beltrami Camp is the Dining Hall. Today it is still used by the Girl . . . Map (db m136149) HM
3 Minnesota, Beltrami County, Bemidji — Paul Bunyan and Babe
The statues of Paul Bunyan and Babe were both built in 1937 in connection with a January Winter Carnival. The 18-foot Paul weighs two-and-one-half tons and stands above five tons of concrete footings. Babe was originally built to be mobile, covered . . . Map (db m131670) HM
4 Minnesota, Beltrami County, Turtle River — Native American Fishing on the Turtle RiverA Fishing Camp
Near this spot, archaeologists found evidence for a Native American fishing camp. Pottery from the camp indicates that people lived here at various times between 3,000 and 600 years ago during what is known as the Woodland Period. Harvested . . . Map (db m135890) HM
5 Minnesota, Beltrami County, Turtle River — Pottery Types of the Turtle River and Three Island LakePottery of the Past Provides Clues
Pieces of pottery and other artifacts tell archaeologists that Native Americans have lived along the shores of the Turtle River and Three Island Lake for thousands of years. Because the ways in which Native Americans decorated and made their pottery . . . Map (db m135881) HM
6 Minnesota, Beltrami County, Waskish — Harry Davidson
Norway Pine planted in memory of Harry Davidson 1894 — 1983 Harry and Vera Davidson operated Sunset Lodge on this site from 1938–1970. It included a café & bar, 9 cabins, and boat rentals.Map (db m199596) HM
7 Minnesota, Beltrami County, Waskish — Ludlow Island History
In 1891, government surveyors platted this area as "meadows." Travel was difficult until drainage ditch spoil piles provided a rough bed for the first road, present-day Highway 72. A road linking Baudette and Kelliher was completed in 1914. . . . Map (db m191359) HM
8 Minnesota, Beltrami County, Waskish — The Big Bog's Caribou Band
The Big Bog was the last refuge for the lower 48 states' woodland caribou, which vanished in the 1940s. Although caribou survived in Minnesota for a century after they disappeared in Wisconsin and Michigan, multiple threats took their toll here. . . . Map (db m190013) HM
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9 Minnesota, Beltrami County, Waskish — The Bog That Couldn't Be Tamed
An early 20th century attempt to drain the bog failed, but the old ditches still mark the invincible, yet fragile landscape. Taking on the Bog In 1889, the federal government appropriated almost three million acres of the Red Lake Indian . . . Map (db m191353) HM
10 Minnesota, Beltrami County, Waskish — The Marina
Constructed by dragline in the 1960s, this ditch was used by fishermen as a marina and safe harbor. Shallow water, strong winds and big waves made mooring fishing boats difficult. Docking boats by the campground along the Tamarac River could also . . . Map (db m191558) HM
11 Minnesota, Beltrami County, Waskish — The Old Waskish Town Site
Waskish was named by the Chippewa Indians who hunted, fished, and gathered wild rice along the Tamarack River. The Ojibway word for deer is Wawaskishi, which was shortened to Waskish by the early pioneers. The old town site was located at the . . . Map (db m181008) HM
12 Minnesota, Beltrami County, Waskish — The Patterned Peatland: Rare and Valuable
The Big Bog is part of the Patterned Peatland of Minnesota, whose rare landforms and plant and animal communities provide a vital resource for for scientific research, education, and recreation. A place of wonder and renewal for many, the Big Bog . . . Map (db m191556) HM
13 Minnesota, Beltrami County, Waskish — Where There is Smoke / Forests of the Agassiz Lowlands
You are standing at the site of an old forestry station, established decades ago to fight one of the biggest foes of forests—fire! While pickaxes and pulaskis were common fire-fighting tools, a forester's biggest weapon may have been a tower. . . . Map (db m207228) HM
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Jun. 2, 2023