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Fur trade adventures part of next Unlimited Learning event Nov. 8

For the past 40-plus years, Ray Nelson has studied the European-Native fur trade activities of the 1660-1860 period of time for the lakes area.

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CROSBY — Ray Nelson will be the speaker at the Lakes Area Unlimited Learning meeting at 1:30 p.m. Nov. 8 at the Forum Room of the Crosby-Ironton High School.

The program, “Fur Trade Adventures Happened Here,” will feature information of early adventures of fur traders and other non-native individuals. For the past 40-plus years, Nelson has studied the European-Native fur trade activities of the 1660-1860 period of time for the lakes area and he has stepped back in time while taking part in fur-trader period rendezvous.

The public is invited to the presentation. When entering the C-I High School building, use the door facing Highway 210. The Forum Room is to the left just inside the doors.

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