Caption: A group of students ask questions about the effects of 18th century disease and illness Friday at the annual Winona County Historical Society's Woodlawn Cemetery Walk., Credit: Rory O'Driscoll/Winona Daily News
Image by: Rory O'Driscoll/Winona Daily News 
A group of students ask questions about the effects of 18th century disease and illness Friday at the annual Winona County Historical Society's Woodlawn Cemetery Walk. 

Winona Woodlawn Cemetery Walk

From: KQAL
Series: Don't Cha Know
Length: 14:58

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On this edition of Don't Cha Know we’re headed into Winona’s historic Woodlawn Cemetery. The 12th Annual Woodlawn Cemetery Walk commenced and we were able to sit down with event coordinator, Kathy Turner. Winona County Historical Society put the event on and this year’s theme was healthcare at the turn of the 20th century. The walk takes people through Winona's history of days gone by highlighting and examining the lives of the once living who now reside at Woodlawn. KQAL's own Anna Flores has the story.

Cemetary_small On this edition of Don't Cha Know we’re headed into Winona’s historic Woodlawn Cemetery. The 12th Annual Woodlawn Cemetery Walk commenced and we were able to sit down with event coordinator, Kathy Turner. Winona County Historical Society put the event on and this year’s theme was healthcare at the turn of the 20th century. The walk takes people through Winona's history of days gone by highlighting and examining the lives of the once living who now reside at Woodlawn. KQAL's own Anna Flores has the story.

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On this edition of Don't Cha Know we’re headed into Winona’s historic Woodlawn Cemetery. The 12th Annual Woodlawn Cemetery Walk commenced and we were able to sit down with event coordinator, Kathy Turner. Winona County Historical Society put the event on and this year’s theme was healthcare at the turn of the 20th century. The walk takes people through Winona's history of days gone by highlighting and examining the lives of the once living who now reside at Woodlawn. KQAL's own Anna Flores has the story.

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