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Sarah (Thorp) Heald lived from 1881 to 1954. The 73-year-old artist’s paintings often portrayed Crow Wing County's early pioneer days and the Ojibwe in the area. Four of her works are on display in the historic courthouse with more in the county museum on Laurel Street in Brainerd.
The assassination of Chief Hole-in-the-Day the Younger occurred on June 27, 1868, or 154 years ago to the day on Monday the 27th. Hole-in-the-Day the Younger became chief of the Mississippi band of Ojibwe after the death of his father, Bagone-giizhig the Elder.
The Morrison County Historical Society is offering tours of the St. Cloud State University archaeological survey of the William Warren Two Rivers house site and Peter MacDougall farmstead near Royalton on Thursday, June 9, and Friday, and June 16 and 17.
Linda Louise Bryan is a scholar “obsessed” with Belle Prairie, the village north of Little Falls that was founded by Frederic and Elizabeth Ayer when the Minnesota Territory was also founded. Bryan gave a free presentation Saturday, March 5, at The Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum in Little Falls.
Michael Migizi Sullivan will share a traditional Aadizookaan — a sacred story often about a legend or myth. The event is free and open to everyone. Prior to the storytelling, the registrants are invited to an hourlong, naturalist-guided nature hike.

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