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    • Been-Bush sawmill at Skanee

    • Sawmills, Arvon (Mich. : Townships)
    • Been-Bush sawmill at Skanee, Michigan on Huron Bay of Lake Superior in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Photo shows mill and docks with limber piled and ready for shipment. Arvon Township, Baraga County, Michigan
    • No. 11 High School

    • School buildings; Letters: Postcards
    • Postcard showing Baraga, Michigan's first school. ""No. 11 High School, Baraga, Mich."" is printed on the front of the postcard. Verso includes a letter written to Miss Thora Thompson of Trout Creek, Michigan. The postmark appears to be ""Baraga,...
    • Snow-Go Postcard

    • Transportation, Railroads, Copper Country
    • Snow-Go In the ""Copper Country"" of Michigan's Upper Peninsula heavy snow removal equipment such as this is available at a moment's notice. Even though the average registered snowfall here is one of the heaviest in the country this type of...
    • Snow banks

    • Transportation, Railroads, Copper Country
    • Snow banks along the Hancock & Calumet Railroad in the Copper Country of Michigan's Upper Peninsula where three hundred inches of snow is not unusual.
    • Map

    • Transportation, Railroads, Copper Country
    • Map of the Copper Range in Michigan's Keweenaw County. This area represents the northern part of ""The Copper Country"" as it is known locally.
    • Depot

    • Transportation, Railroads, Copper Country
    • Post Card of the Copper Range Railroad, Passenger depot at, Houghton, Michigan, in Michigan's Upper Peninsula
    • Fishing Party

    • Transportation, Railroads, Copper Country
    • Copper Range Rail Road locomotive no. 5 with the State of Michigan car at Belt, MI (renamed to Lake Mine, MI in 1910). Fishing party in the Copper Country of Michigan's Upper Peninsula
    • Bridge

    • Transportation, Railroads, Copper Country
    • Two Copper Range railroad work trains with mobile cranes work from existing wood trestle while constructing a new trestle of steel. The Copper Country of Michigan's Upper Peninsula

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