A new exhibit at the Douglas County Historical Society tells the story of Douglas County's role in the world 100 years ago.
Text and more than 60 original artifacts brings the visitor into World War II with the 32nd Division, shares the effects of the Spanish flu epidemic and shares Superior's role as a refuge for more than 5,000 people escaping the largest forest fire in Minnesota History.
The 1,260-square-foot exhibit, "Our Place in Time: 1918 Revisited," is open through May 1 at the Historical Society's headquarters, 1101 John Ave., 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday to Friday. Admission is free.
Call 715-392-8449 for information.