"Fish in the Lakes, Wild Rice, and Game in Abundance: Testimony of Behalf of Mille Lacs Ojibwe Hunting and Fishing Rights," James M. McClurken (Compiler), T. Lund (Contributor), C.E. Cleland (Contributor). Michigan State University Press 2000 - ISBN 0870134922, hardcover in stock, 440 pages. Available through amazon.com.
|Name||Township / City||Global Positioning System (GPS) Latitude/Longitude||Map Coordinates|
|Borgholm Cemetery||Bock||45.78028 / -93.57611||038/26/15/SWSW|
|Pilgrims Rest Cemetery||Bogus Brooks||45.68722 / -93.58472||No data|
|Wendell Hill (Brook) Cemetery||Bogus Brooks||45.72528 / -93.58472||037/26/04/NWSE|
|Opsted Baptist Church Cemetery||East Side||No GPS data||043/25/05/SESE|
|Greenbush Catholic Cemetery*
Populated mostly by people who emigrated from Franklin County, NY of French descent and Native American blood, possibly French Canadian.
|Greenbush/Princeton SW||45.57417 / -93.71889||From 169: go west on Hwy 95 for 4.6 m; go south (left) on Apple Road (directly across from County 6) for 1.1 m, to the "Y" in the road; take the right fork, onto 20th St, for .3 miles. The cemetery is on the left, with a sign under a tree.|
|Sharon Lutheran Cemetery||Greenbush||No GPS data||036/27/03/SENE|
|West Branch Lutheran Cemetery||Greenbush||No GPS data||036/27/11/NWNE|
|Faith Lutheran Cemetery||Isle||No GPS data||042/25/02/SESE|
|Sunset Cemetery||Isle||46.14111 / -93.45694||042/25/02/SESE|
|Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery||Isle Harbor||46.1325 / -93.49361||042/25/09/NESE|
|Little Flower Mission Cemetery||Kathio||No GPS data||043/27/28/NESW|
|Lake Wood Cemetery
(Sacred Burial Ground)
|Kathio/Vineland||46.17917 / -93.75528||043/27/28/SWNE|
|Vine Land Cemetery
(Sacred Burial Ground)
|Kathio||No GPS data||043/27/33/SENW|
|Chase Brook||Milaca||45.78083 / -93.71083||038/27/16/SENW|
|Brookside Cemetery||No data||No GPS data||No data|
|Forest Hill Cemetery||Milaca||45.75556 / -93.66222||038/27/26/N2SE|
|St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery||Milaca||45.75917 / -93.62972||038/26/30/SENW|
|Estes Brook Free Church Cemetery||Milo||No GPS data||037/27/31/NWNW|
|Milo Cemetery||Milo/Foreston||45.66472 / -93.70778||037/27/28/SESW|
|Pilgrims Rest Cemetery||Milo||45.72278 / -93.73333||037/2705/SESW|
|St. Louis Catholic Cemetery||Milo/Foreston||45.73056 / -93.69944||037/27/04/SENE|
|Foster Cemetery||Onamia/Wahkon So.||46.11944 / -93.59889||No data|
|Holy Cross Cemetery||Onamia||46.0625 / -93.67167||041/26/06/SWNE|
|Mount Pleasant Cemetery||Onamia||46.06278 / -93.67583||041/26/06/SENW|
|Veterans Cemetery||Onamia||No GPS data||041/26/06/SENW|
|Pease Christian Reformed Cemetery||Pease||No GPS data||037/27/13/NESW|
|Ebenezer German Methodist Cemetery||Princeton||45.61722 / -93.53278||No data|
|Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery||Princeton||No GPS data||036/26/28/SWSW|
Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery is north across the street from Oak Knoll Cemetery between W. Branch St. and Hwy 95.
|Oak Knoll Cemetery*||Princeton||No GPS data||036/26/28/SWSW +
Oak Knoll Cemetery fronts onto 13th Ave North where it "T"s with W. Branch St. bordering on the north.
|Pioneer Cemetery||Princeton||No GPS data||036/26/28/SWNE|
|Pike Cemetery||Princeton||No longer a cemetery.||Deceased moved to other cemeteries in the County.|
|St. Edward's Catholic Cemetery*||Princeton||No GPS Data||036/26/28/SWSW +
St. Edward's Cemetery fronts onto 13th Ave North which "T"s with W. Branch St. with the Mille Lacs County Fairgrounds to the south across the fence.
|Zion Lutheran Cemetery||Princeton||No GPS data||036/26/10/NENE|
|Crosier Cemetery||South Harbor/Onamia||46.07889 / -93.65333||042/26/32/SENW|
(Sacred Burial Ground)
|No data||No GPS data||No data|
(Sacred Burial Ground)
|No data||No GPS data||No data|
CD-ROM Census Records - U.S. Census records from 1790 through 1920 including Native Americans and military by Blue Roses Publishing Company.
Crosier Community Monastery, Onamia, MN - The Priory of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross of Onamia is located at 104 Crosier Dr., on scenic Lake Onamia in central Minnesota. Twenty six Priests and Brothers are attached to this community which staffs seven regional parishes and is committed to community life and prayer. Visit the Crosiers of Onamia and the National Shrine of St. Odilia at http://www.crosiers.org. Their telephone number is (320) 532-3103.
City of Onamia - Onamia Area Website.
City of Princeton - 705 Second Street North, Princeton, MN 55371 (763) 389-2040, Metro (763) 633-2040.
Community Links - Cities of Milaca, Princeton, Onamia; Mille Lacs Area Tourism Council and County Associations.
Mille Lacs County Schools - Lists schools in Mille Lacs County.
Family History Centers are branch facilities of the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, UT. Centers provide access to most of the microfilms and microfiche in the Family History Library. There is a center in Princeton, 100th Ave Hwy 95, Phone: (612) 389-1289. Hours: Th 9 a.m.-3 p.m.; Sat by appointment.
Shelley Funeral Chapel, 100 N. Pine St., Onamia, MN, (320) 532-3218, Fax: (320) 532-3086.
Williams-Hanson-Kaun Funeral Home, 205 La Grande Ave. S., Princeton, MN, (612) 389-1131, Toll Free: (888) 252-2522.
Minnesota Local History <-> Genealogy - A resource page by professional historical genealogist Ann Mensch. Includes information which will help online researchers locate records via postal mail as well as including information and links to online resources.
My name is Carol-Jean Boevers and I hire out for genealogical research in the Twin Cities and surrounding area. I can obtain records and information at the Minnesota History Center in St. Paul, including census, newspaper, histories, and some county records (naturalizations, for example). My Web site is http://www.minnesotaresearch.homestead.com/. All information about my fees is there, as well as some information I've collected about resources in various counties.
Research at the U.S. National Archives, Washington, DC. I would like to be of assistance to anyone who would like material pertaining to their family genealogy. While engaging in my own personal genealogical research, I realize what an asset it is to be located near the primary National Archive that has original information no other archives have in the U.S. - I have obtained documents and information about members of my family tree from military records of the Revolutionary War, War of 1812, and Civil War, as well as a host of other primary sources at the National Archives like the Census of Minnesota Territory of 1849. Please check out my website at http://www.impactvr.com/DCResearch or write me Michael O. Anderson.
Professional help to find your Swedish roots. Elizabeth's Genealogical Services offering the following searches: church records, court records and proceedings, emigration records, estate inventories/deeds, hospital journals, military records, parish catechetical meetings. Elizabeth Lagnetoft has traced people back to the year 1535 in Swedish and British military records and will help you trace descendants of your ancestors into modern times and supply information about their local community.
Research into Scottish ancestry from statutory and parish registers, census returns and other record sources conducted by an experienced professional genealogist. Scotland is fortunate in having a wide variety of record sources rich in genealogical information. These records provide a great deal of information about your ancestors. A comprehensive research service is offered to those who want their Scottish ancestry researched by a professional genealogist. Check out the Scottish Genealogy home page.
World Family Tree CD-ROM Lookups - Free lookups on World Family Tree CDs.
Biographes from Compendium of History and Biography of Central and Northern Minnesota (Chicago, Geo. A Ogle & Co., 1904). Courtesy of Tim Stowell, Wilkin County CC.
Mille Lacs Lake Museum, Main Street, Isle, MN 56342 - Located in downtown Isle. The museum exhibits Isle's 1895 and 1901 schools. The 1895 building features a Pioneer School Room, General Store, and Postal displays. The 1901 school exhibits feature Boats and Boat Builders of Mille Lacs, Pioneer Life, and area industries. A tourist information center is also on site. Open May - September.
Milaca Area Historical Society, P.O. Box 144, Milaca, MN 56353 (320) 982-1212 - Meets every 4th Tuesday at the Milaca Museum. Tom Saurer, President, (320) 982-6603; Patricia Buss, Secretary/Treasurer.
Minnesota Genealogical Society - When requesting information from MGS, include a business size (No. 10), self-addressed stamped envelope (SASE). Requests should be brief and specific. MGS cannot go research for individuals, but will provide a list of researchers upon request. Classes on genealogical research are held at the society's office and library. Located at 5768 Olson Memorial Hwy., Golden Valley, MN 55422 (763) 595-9347. Open: Tues., 6:30-9:30 p.m., Wed., 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Thurs., 9 a.m.-3 p.m., 6:30-9:30 p.m., Sat., 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Call for the holiday schedule or to verify that a volunteer is on duty.
Polish Genealogical Society of Minnesota, a branch of the Minnesota Genealogical Society, 5768 Olson Memorial Hwy., Golden Valley, MN 55422 (763) 595-9347 http://www.rootsweb.com/~mnpolgs/pgs-mn.html.
Polish Genealogical Society of the Northeast - 8 Lyle Road, New Britain, CT 06053. Jonathan D. Shea, archivist, will do translations and has written directories of Roman Catholic Parishes and a Translation Manual for Genealogists.
Zaklad Onomastyki Polskiej, Instytutu Jezyka Polskiego Pan, u1 Straszewskiego 25, 31-113 Kracow, Poland (write here for meaning of and background on your surname).
Mille Lacs County, Minnesota - information, schools, business directory, classifieds, homes for
sale, related links.
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