Listen to the Weekly Radio Readings by Sheila Winstead, RCHS Board Member
Recorded September 2019
September 1, 8, 15, 22, 2019, This year, the First Lutheran Church in Salol celebrated the 100th anniversary of its organization. On July 6, 1944, when it was only 25 years old, Roseau Times-Region published an article of its history. As I read it today, keep in mind that the names of farm owners listed as current are from 1944.
September 29, 2019, The town of Roosevelt on the east end of Roseau County celebrated its centennial in 2006 and created a book of history for that occasion. We have a copy of it in the Roseau County Museum and today’s story comes from that book.
Do you remember life without a microwave? Interested a bit in the life of the early pioneers? Well, what would you have to do to enjoy the “good old days?” First of all, put away your microwave. In fact, you will need to put away everything that is electric in your house … no electric or gas stove, no running water, no hot water just waiting in a tank, no electric lights … no indoor flush toilet, no mixer, no washing machine, nor dryer .. is the picture sounding better all the time? Just how did they live? Well, let’s begin
Thank you to for letting us share the history of our county with your listeners.