Possession of Roseau Stone Regained; now at Roseau County Museum
March 6, 2020
Submitted by Mavis Gonshorowski The Tribune
"It's never been proven that it's natural, or that it's actually been hand-inscribed," Roseau County Museum Director/Curator Britt Dahl stated.
Dahl was referring to a small stone that was found by Jake Nelson, a resident of the Roseau, Minn., area found while he was working in his garden in 1916 or 1918. Along with the stone also found was an "Indian Club", arrowheads, and a stone used to scrape hides.
This information reportedly comes from a conversation with the late Mike Holm, Minnesota Secretary of State and former Roseau resident, on...