THE CUYUNA IRON RANGE: LEGACY OF A 20TH CENTURY INDUSTRIAL COMMUNITY

@inproceedings{Sutherland2016THECI,
  title={THE CUYUNA IRON RANGE: LEGACY OF A 20TH CENTURY INDUSTRIAL COMMUNITY},
  author={Frederick E. Sutherland},
  year={2016}
}
The Cuyuna Range is a former North American iron mining district about 90 miles(145 kilometers) west of Duluth in central Minnesota. The district was the furthest south and west of the three Minnesota iron ranges (Vermilion, Mesabi, and Cuyuna). In 2011, Students and staff from Michigan Technological University's Department of Social Sciences were asked to identify and promote features of the Cuyuna Range's mining heritage. Methods and approaches of mulitsited archaeology were used to unify the… 

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