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Film Showing of Lost But Not Forgotten: A History of Commercial Fishing on Minnesota’s North Shore and Isle Royale, Parts 1-3

Date: March 10, 2024

Time: 2:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Location: Arrowhead Center for the Arts

Event Description

The Cook County Historical Society, along with the Historical Alliance of Cook County, will be showing parts 1-3 of the film Lost But Not Forgotten: A History of Commercial Fishing on Minnesota’s North Shore and Isle Royale on Sunday, March 10 at the ACA. The film was created by Fred Dudderar, NorthPoint Productions, Duluth, Minnesota.

Attendees are welcome to view the whole film, or come and go for certain parts during intermission. Admission is free.

Part I – 2:00-2:35
(Intermission)
Part II – 2:45 – 4:00
(Intermission)
Part III – 4:15 – 5:30

To learn more about the film, visit the Cook County Historical website: https://www.cookcountyhistory.org/events/2024/3/10/film-showing-of-lost-but-not-forgotten-a-history-of-commercial-fishing-on-minnesotas-north-shore-and-isle-royale-parts-1-3

Participating partners of the Historical Alliance of Cook County: North Shore Commercial Fishing Museum,  Schroeder Area Historical Society,  Gunflint Trail Historical Society, and Cook County Historical Society

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Film Showing of Lost But Not Forgotten: A History of Commercial Fishing on Minnesota's North Shore and Isle Royale, Parts 1-3

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