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In this July 20, 2005, photo, Ian Harvey, of Northern Ireland, gets ready to take his new row boat out at the Duluth, Minn., Rowing Club on Park Point. When Ian Harvey set out to row the length of Lake Superior in 2005 to raise money for charity, he didn't know the 400-mile trip from Duluth to Whitefish Point Harbor in Michigan would catch the attention of members of the Bear Clan in Munising, Mich., whose ancestors made a similar trek in the 1800s that ended in a deadly battle with the Sioux. The film "...

Film explores rower's Lake Superior odyssey

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DULUTH, Minn. - When Ian Harvey set out to row the length of Lake Superior in 2005, he expected the blisters under blisters, the seat pain and the unpredictable conditions on the water.

He didn't know the 400-mile trip from Duluth to Whitefish Point Harbor in Michigan would catch the attention of members of the Bear Clan in Munising, Mich., whose ancestors made a similar trek in the 1890s that ended in a deadly battle with the Sioux.

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