Dorothy Molter Museum, 2002 East Sheridan Street, Ely, Minnesota

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Dorothy Molter Museum

Winter Cabin
Address: 2002 East Sheridan Street
City/locality-
State/province
Ely, Minnesota
County-
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St. Louis County, Minnesota
State/province: Minnesota
Country: United States
Year Established: 1993
Founded by: Dorothy Molter Memorial Foundation
Historic Function: Resort complex
Historic Function: Island Fishing Camp in the BWCA
Other Historic Function: Island Fishing Camp in the BWCA
Current Function: Historic site
Notes: Dorothy Molter, the Root Beer Lady and last legal resident of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area

Ely St. Louis County

Dorothy Molter Museum, 2002 East Sheridan Street, Ely, Minnesota
(47.9034567° N, 91.8342547° WLatitude: 47°54′12.444″N
Longitude: 91°50′3.317″W
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Nestled in a quiet grove of pines, just on the east side of Ely, Minnesota, are the original cabins and museum of one of the northwoods dearest and most colorful individuals, Dorothy Molter. Visit us and learn how this city girl fought the government to remain on her property, became known as "The Nightingale of the Boundary Waters" and "The Root Beer Lady of Knife Lake".

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