Cass Lake Museum & Lyle's Logging Camp

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Title

Cass Lake Museum & Lyle's Logging Camp

Subject

Museum and Camp

Description

The Cass Lake Museum & Lyle’s Logging Camp are two sites holding the past pioneer logging artifacts. Within Lyle’s Logging Camp, it includes replicas of old equipment used by passed loggers as well as six building sites made by retired forester, Lyle Chisholm, that contain past used tools and photographs. Next to the Camp, the Cass Lake Museum is held in the formerly used railroad depot. There they hold numerous amount of historical artifacts on the Ojibwe tribe as well as photos and displays of the daily pioneer lifestyle during the 1800s.

Creator

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Source

(218) 335-6723

Publisher

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Date

Hours: May 26-October 1

Contributor

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Rights

Free Admission

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Type

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Identifier

PO Box 548
Cass Lake, MN 56633

Coverage

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Citation

-, “Cass Lake Museum & Lyle's Logging Camp ,” Directory of Historical and Cultural Organizations and Museums , accessed March 20, 2019, https://nllndirectory.omeka.net/items/show/20.

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