The following publications are available at the museum or by mail.
Onigum & the Leech Lake Agency (2016)
The first buildings were erected at Old Agency in 1866. A new Agency was built in 1898 across the bay and was named Onigum. This book relates the history of the agency from 1865-1922 when it was moved to Cass Lake. Included are maps and stories of the native families whose lives were changed with the placement of the agency in their midst. It describes the boarding school, hospital, sanatorium, traditional events, and includes an extensive section of family histories. The community of Onigum continues to the present day. Life in the public school, the success of the Nighthawks teams, powwows, and the continuation of seasonal activities are also covered in this book. 260 pp. 200+ photos. $21.95.
Ah Gwah Ching Commemorative Bricks
Original Ah Gwah Ching Bricks are available for purchase at the Museum for $10 each
The 1898 Battle of Sugar Point (2011)
Based on extensive local research including oral history interviews, newspaper clippings, and personal papers, this book includes important information from the Chicago and D.C. branches of the National Archives about the last battle between the Ojibwe Indians and the U.S. Army. $24.95
Bena - Celebrating the Centennial History
This volume covers over a century of Bena history gathered from many past and present residents. $20
Birth of a Village – History of Walker, Minnesota (1895-1905)