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Archaeologist Andrea LaVasseur to present at BCHS Brown Bag event

The Beltrami County Historical Society will host retired Chippewa National Forest Archaeologist Andrea LaVasseur as the Brown Bag History speaker at noon on Thursday, May 19, at the history center, 130 Minnesota Ave. SW.

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The Beltrami County History Center is located at 130 Minnesota Ave. SW in Bemidji.
(Annalise Braught / Bemidji Pioneer)
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BEMIDJI — The Beltrami County Historical Society will host retired Chippewa National Forest Archaeologist Andrea LaVasseur as the Brown Bag History speaker at noon on Thursday, May 19, at the history center, 130 Minnesota Ave. SW.

LaVasseur will present on archaeological studies of post-glacial northwestern Minnesota.

The event is free to the public but space is limited so registration is strongly encouraged.
Attendees are welcome to bring their own sack lunch and beverage to the event.

For more information visit, www.beltramihistory.org or call (218) 444-3376.

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