Click to learn more about the counties and towns in Northeastern Minnesota where Poles settled:
Carlton County was founded on May 23, 1857. Poles settled in Cloquet, Kettle River, Split Rock Township, and Silver Township.
Koochiching County was founded on December 19, 1906. Poles settled in Bramble, Silverdale, and Rauch.
Pine County was founded on March 1, 1856. Poles settled in Sturgeon Lake and Willow River.
St. Louis County was founded on February 20, 1855. Poles settled in Duluth, Gnesen, Virginia, Buyck, Greaney, Gheen, and Rice Lake.
Drobne Echa Articles about Towns Where Poles Lived in Northeastern Minnesota
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|Installment #||Northeast MN Town and County||Related Region in Poland||Newsletter|
|4||Virginia, St. Louis County||Galicia, Russian, Kashubia||Spring 2004|
|5||Duluth, St. Louis County||Galicia, Poznan, Kashubia, Russian||Summer 2005|
|6||Sturgeon Lake, Pine County||Russian, Kashubia, Galicia, Poznan||Winter 2005|
|11||Duluth, St. Louis County||Galicia, Poznan, Kashubia, Russian||Summer 2007|
|15||Gnesen, St. Louis County||Poznan, Kashubia, Silesia||Winter 2008|
|21||Sturgeon Lake, Pine County||Russian, Kashubia, Galicia, Poznan||Fall 2010|