Genealogy & Family History
The Iron Range Research Center contains one of the largest
collections of genealogical and local history research materials in the Upper Midwest and include
census, naturalization records, passenger arrival records, mining company newsletters, and a
survey of Women in Industry taken in 1919, among many others. The reference book collection, maps,
photographs, oral histories and microfilmed newspapers are a gold mine of
information for genealogists, historians, scholars and students.
The library reading room provides a comfortable research area for
visitors. Microfilm reader printers and photocopier equipment are
available for use by the public. Photocopies and print-outs are
$0.25 and microfilm reader copies are $0.50.
The archival collections designated as a repository for the taconite tax
relief area, consist of historical records and artifacts, city, township,
political and military records; church, civic organization, business and
personal papers; and maps, mining records, and photographs. Make arrangements with the
archivist in advance to access the archival collections.
Success Stories / Testimonials
Iron Range Research Center Library /
Here to place an order now!
Us] [What's New] [Location/Hours]
[Local History] [Mining]
Us] [Links] [Help]