If you would like to become a member or attend a meeting, please contact:
Wilson Spence III at 218-729-7746 or via email at wwsIII@msn.com

  • REGULAR MEETINGS:  Fourth Thursday of the month, 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
  • WORK DAY MEETINGS:  Second Saturday of the month, 9 a.m. to 12:00 noon

NOTE:  All meetings are in the Canosia Town Hall.  We do not meet during the months of November and December due to the holidays.  Always telephone Wilson Spence III before coming to a meeting in case of cancellation.

We are very interested in any stories and/or photos you might have about the 1918 fire.  Please contact Wilson Spence III at 218-729-7746 or via email at wwsIII@msn.com.  Remembrance events will take place in October 2018, marking the 100th anniversary of the fire.

The Twin Ports Genealogical Society compiled information on the cemetery
located here in Canosia Township. The results can be found here.

Historical Photos

       
Historical Society artifacts on display in the Canosia Town Hall Pike Lake Tavern
Later Years
Rural Farm Homestead
(Gielarowski’s)
 VARIOUS ARTICLES ARE NOTED BELOW:  

 

Aerial Views

A Mystery Solved

Township Division

Growth

Money Matters of 30 Years Ago

Issues from 25 Years Ago

The 1920 Canosia Census

Tax Time: 1906

Annual Report of the Historical Society (2003)

Budgets were tight in the 20’s & 30’s

Businesses uses on Martin Road during past fifty years

Canosia history revealed in early birth records

Canosia Township was a transfer point for many

Days Gone By – From Clerk’s Record Book: 1893-1899

Drainage Ditches, History of their beginnings

How to make a telephone call – 1937

Lakes of Canosia Township

Let’s Go to the Fair

Make a Future Legacy Now!

Memorial Day Celebrations at the Cemetery

Notice of the First Meeting for the Township

Old Neighbors – Duluth Automobile Club

Oldest Records in the Township 

Quiz for Students

Quotes and Notes from 1894-1897

The 1930 Canosia Census

The old town hall ain’t what it used to be 

Town Hall is a Landmark Site

Town Hall Museum

We should tell the old stories once more.

What the Ellis Island Records tell us.

What was the “Merry Jane?” Hint: people used to ride in one!

What’s Happening with our History