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Following the WI Teachers of Local Culture's Tour: The State of Superior
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7/31/2012 at 12:35:36 PM GMT
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Following the WI Teachers of Local Culture's Tour: The State of Superior
Wisconsin Teachers of Local Culture--a partnership among the Wisconsin Arts Board, the Center for the Study of Upper Midwestern Cultures and the Chippewa Valley Museum--has just begun its 7th annual cultural tour for teachers. Twenty nine teachers and staff began this year's tour at a former CCC camp in Drummond, Wisconsin. This year our theme is "the State of Superior" and we will be visiting several Ojibwe reservations; learning more about mining, both past and possibly future; cruising in the Duluth harbor and playing a mobile game featuring the St. Louis Estuary; talking with a labor organizer; spending time with a logger in the Chequamegon National Forest and with Finns at Little Finland; eating pasties from Joe's Pasties in Ironwood, Michigan--and so much more. We will be on the road from July 29 through August 3. If you would like to follow the journey on our blog, just click on

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