This is the story of people and places lost to history…
About Lost Duluth
This is the story of people and places lost to history; of mysterious ruins, forgotten markers, and outdated industries; of what was back then. This is the story of “Lost Duluth.” The roots of Duluth began at an Ojibwe settlement along the St. Louis River and with the arrival of European settlers grew to eleven townships in all; they stretched from Fond du Lac to Lester Park.
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