1. Do you have a passion to visit the Smithsonian?

    The Smithsonian's #TheWayWeWorked Exhibition is in the #UpperMidwest until May 31st!

    You can be there!

    Find out more at GogebicTWWW.wordpress.com/

    #UpNorthUP #UpNorthWI

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  2. The Smithsonian's "The Way We Worked" exhibition was installed at the Downtown Art Place in Ironwood, MI April 3, 2015

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  3. The Smithsonian's "The Way We Worked" exhibit in Ironwood, MI explores the work we do today by looking at the how we worked in the past and why we work today.

    The Gogebic Range is known for it's mining, logging & railroading history and a mix of heritages during the booming iron ore mining operations at the turn of the 20th Century.

    Local historical societies and business have gone all out looking back at where we've come from and how we move into the future.

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  4. A prelude to "The Way We Worked Five Flicks" film series at the Historic Ironwood Theatre in April and May 2015 at the Downtown Art Place in Ironwood, MI.

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  5. The discovery of iron on the Gogebic Range in the late 1800s created communities that challenged the large midwestern cities in population and wealth. In June of 2012, descendants of the miners that settled this area brought portraits of their ancestors to be memorialized on a mural in downtown Ironwood.

    In April and May, Ironwood, the Gogebic Range and Northern Wisconsin are joining together to look at "The Way We Worked.” More info is available at gogebictwww.wordpress.com

    The Smithsonian’s "The Way We Worked" is the perfect traveling exhibition for an area steeped in logging, mining and railroading. The way work changed over the years from a mining to a modern economy is the perfect compliment to the National Archives production of this exhibition looking at where, who, how and why Americans work.

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The Way We Worked - Gogebic Range

Videos prepared for the Smithsonian "The Way We Worked" exhibit at the Downtown Art Place in Ironwood, MI. April and May 2015.

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