HISTORY OF WARROAD

Warroad was once one of the largest Chippewa villages on Lake of the Woods.  The Chippewa fought a long and fierce war against the Sioux for the lake’s rice fields.  Occupying the prairies of the Red River Valley, the Sioux would frequently invade the territory by way of the Red and Roseau Rivers, a route which ended at the mouth of the Warroad River.  This was the old “war road” from which the river and village derived their name.

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Canadian National Depot
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Doc's Harbor Inn
106 Dale Ave SE , 56763
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Harbor Park
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Indian Burial Grounds
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Marvin Windows and Doors
802 State Ave , 56763
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Veterans Memorial
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Warroad Fur Post
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Warroad Heritage Center/Warroad Historical Society