Pottery Tells Us About Who Lived Here
The decorative patterns on pottery and vessel shapes change through time. By comparing the pottery found at Gull Lake to a regional sequence of pottery types based on pottery from other archaeological . . . — — Map (db m208052) HM
What is a burial mound?
Today, tombstones in cemeteries mark the burials of people from nearby towns and villages. They may tell us about the lifespan, disease, or other aspects of a person's life. The Gull Lake Mounds mark the burials of . . . — — Map (db m190007) HM
Many cultures bury valued possessions, items of everyday life, or special burial items with a person. Archaeologists call these grave goods. At Gull Lake, archaeologists found a pottery cooking vessel, the bones and teeth of a . . . — — Map (db m190006) HM
The arrival of a train in a small town was an important event, bringing new settlers, visitors, mail, news, and goods faster and more often than in the days before the railroads. Pine River wasn't the only place in Minnesota that changed once the . . . — — Map (db m189381) HM
When a federal marshal with about 100 troops of the 3rd Infantry tried to arrest the Chippewa Chief Bugonaygeshig at Sugar Point opposite here on the northeast shore of the lake, a sharp fight occurred October 5, 1898. The whites lost 7 killed and . . . — — Map (db m124726) HM