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Treasure hunt questions

Explore the Depot and hunt its treasures at the same time with this treasure/scavenger hunt. To do this, clip the questions on this page and bring them with you to the Depot between March 12 and March 31 and hunt for "treasure." Families who brin...

Explore the Depot and hunt its treasures at the same time with this treasure/scavenger hunt. To do this, clip the questions on this page and bring them with you to the Depot between March 12 and March 31 and hunt for "treasure." Families who bring in the newspaper clipping to play the game will receive a $1 discount per person. (No other discounts will apply.) All those who complete the treasure hunt correctly will have their answers put into a hat, and a drawing for three prizes will be held on Friday, March 31.
1. How many dolls are in the St. Louis County Historical Society's Sieur duLhut American Indian Gallery?
2. How did the Ojibwe Indians make porcupine quills flexible enough to use as decoration on baskets?
3. The Minnehaha stained glass window produced by the Tiffany Glass Company was designed by Duluthian _______.
4. What does a dinosaur have to do with forest history?
5. How long does it take for a tin can to decompose?
6. How many Marines left Duluth in August 1950 for the Korean War?
7. Find the face of the Statue of Liberty. Who was the model?
8. An important singing group in Duluth is the A_____ C______.
9. Look in the Duluth Children's Museum and find the ship in the bottle. How did it get in there?
10. How many masks are in the Mexican collection exhibit case?
11. Name the first locomotive to operate in Minnesota. It is now in the Lake Superior Railroad Museum.
12. Count the total number of wheels on the Duluth Missabe and Iron Range (DMIR) Railroad Steam Locomotive 227. Remember, there are wheels on both sides, so you cannot see some of them.
13. Look at the map above the conductor's desk in the Duluth, Winnipeg and Pacific Caboose 76923. Which two cities did the train and caboose run between?
14. What is the name of the steamship inside the model railroad building?
15. Which arts organization located in the Depot makes bowls for the Empty Bowl Fund-raiser to benefit the Second Harvest Food Bank?
16. The Minnesota Ballet will honor its prima ballerina in late March when it opens it performance of the Ballet C_______.
17. In what year was the Duluth-Superior Symphony Orchestra founded?
18. The Duluth Playhouse is presenting the play, "The ________ Club in March and April.
19. There are nine different participating member organizations which are a part of the Center. Eight have been named in these questions. What is the name of the ninth one?
20. The Depot building is the largest "object" in the collections of the museums at the St. Louis County Heritage and Arts Center. Look out the old main doors from the Great Hall. The name of the flower-like design on the carport is the French fleur-de-lis. Why do you think it is on the Depot?
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All of the answers can be found within the Heritage and Arts Center. Only submissions of the original Budgeteer newspaper printing of the Treasure Game will be accepted, completed with all the correct answers, for a drawing for one of three prizes. No photocopies or other forms of reproduction will be accepted. Only one completed Treasure Game per family will be accepted for a prize during the March 12 through March 31 period.

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