Duluth, Minnesota Map - 1873

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Duluth, Minnesota Map - 1873

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This bird’s-eye view map of Duluth, Minnesota was drawn and published by the American Publishing Co. in 1893.

Duluth has been an important Lake Superior trading port since the area was part of New France. In 1855, when Saint Louis County was designated, Duluth was named its seat of government. 

Copper began to be mined in the area and then iron ore, using an open-pit method. An extension of the Lake Superior & Mississippi Railroad from St. Paul was added in the late 1860's. This railroad line enabled Duluth to transport the region’s iron ore and harvested timber more easily and the town began to boom. 

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