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A Treasury of Gogebic Range Postcards Volume 1 L. L. Cook Company Real Photo Post Cards By Bruce Cox
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A catalog of postcards produced by the L. L. Cook Company of Milwaukee, illustrating sites and sights on the Gogebic Range and nearby areas in the Western Upper Peninsula and Northern Wisconsin from... More > the 1920s to the 1950s.< Less
A History of the Italian Immigrants from the Seven Towns of the Asiago Plateau In the Region of the Veneto In Italy On the Gogebic Iron Range of Michigan and Wisconsin from the 1890s to the 1950s By Peter Oberto
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For almost four decades, from 1890 to 1924, many European immigrants came to the Gogebic Iron Range of Michigan and Wisconsin to work in the iron mines, farm, and to establish businesses. Among them... More > was a sizable group of Italian immigrants from various regions and provinces of Italy. This book is a history of a particular group of Italian immigrants that came from the Asiago Plateau in northern Italy. Their lives and experiences are given meaning in this book, bringing their families, friends and the general public, knowledge of their origins and background in northern Italy and the contributions they made on the Gogebic Iron Range. A thirty year research project, this book is a resource of information for families of the Asiago Plateau immigrants throughout the United States who wish to do historical or genealogical work.< Less
Mines of the Pewabic Country of Michigan and Wisconsin, Volume 3, Wisconsin Iron By Bruce K. Cox
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In February of 1996 I started researching the history of the mines of the Gogebic Range with the intention of publishing a very modest account of the mines, with all of them arranged in alphabetical... More > order. By June of that year I had prepared three dozen pages and had covers printed for the books. Some mines and explorations are known by the name of the person who held the mining option or who actually worked on or discovered minerals on it. These mines and explorations are listed under all of the names they were known by, based upon directories, maps, newspaper records, and other sources.< Less
Mines of the Pewabic Country of Michigan and Wisconsin, Volume 3, Wisconsin Iron By Bruce K. Cox
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In February of 1996 I started researching the history of the mines of the Gogebic Range with the intention of publishing a very modest account of the mines, with all of them arranged in alphabetical... More > order. By June of that year I had prepared three dozen pages and had covers printed for the books. Some mines and explorations are known by the name of the person who held the mining option or who actually worked on or discovered minerals on it. These mines and explorations are listed under all of the names they were known by, based upon directories, maps, newspaper records, and other sources.< Less
Pioneers of Wakefield, Michigan, 1884-1900 By Bruce K. Cox
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Mines of the Pewabic Country of Michigan and Wisconsin, Volume 1, Gold and Silver By Bruce K. Cox
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Upper Michigan is known for its great mineral wealth, its iron and copper, but it has also produced quite a bit of silver and even some gold. The gold fever spread across northern Wisconsin and the... More > Upper Peninsula of Michigan during the 1880s and dozens of gold and silver mining companies were formed in an attempt to mine the precious metals and/or sell stock to gullible investors. Spectacular reports of extremely rich gold and silver finds appeared in newspapers across this region, and some people expected these mines to turn the area into another El Dorado, Comstock Lode or Black Hills gold field. It is impossible to judge the veracity of some of the old assays that appeared in the papers, or the potential value of these mines; per-haps with modern technology and methods some of the properties described in this history could actually be profitable and produce gold and silver today.< Less
Mines of the Pewabic Country of Michigan and Wisconsin, Volume 1, Gold and Silver By Bruce K. Cox
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Upper Michigan is known for its great mineral wealth, its iron and copper, but it has also produced quite a bit of silver and even some gold. The gold fever spread across northern Wisconsin and the... More > Upper Peninsula of Michigan during the 1880s and dozens of gold and silver mining companies were formed in an attempt to mine the precious metals and/or sell stock to gullible investors. Spectacular reports of extremely rich gold and silver finds appeared in newspapers across this region, and some people expected these mines to turn the area into another El Dorado, Comstock Lode or Black Hills gold field. It is impossible to judge the veracity of some of the old assays that appeared in the papers, or the potential value of these mines; per-haps with modern technology and methods some of the properties described in this history could actually be profitable and produce gold and silver today.< Less
Mines of the Pewabic Country of Michigan and Wisconsin, Volume 2, Copper By Bruce K. Cox
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In February of 1996 I started researching the history of the mines of the Gogebic Range, with the intention of publishing a very modest account of the mines, with all of them arranged in alphabetical... More > order. By June of that year I had prepared three dozen pages and had covers printed for the books. At that point I began to realize that I could add a lot of details to these listings by checking into old newspaper reports and other sources, and I began my research in earnest.< Less
Mines of the Pewabic Country of Michigan and Wisconsin, Volume 4, Michigan Iron By Bruce K. Cox
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In February of 1996 I started researching the history of the mines of the Gogebic Range with the intention of publishing a very modest account of the mines, with all of them arranged in alphabetical... More > order. By June of that year I had prepared three dozen pages and had covers printed for the books. At that point I began to realize that I could add a lot of details to these listings by checking into old newspaper reports and other sources, and I began my research in earnest. The more I dug, the more I realized that this was a project worth devoting some time to. I soon learned that not all of these so-called mines really were mines; the majority of them were no more than explorations that never produced profits (except from the sale of stock) for their owners or stockholders. Most of these old mine sites are private property and are not open to the public. The shafts are either filled with earth and debris or flooded with water almost up to the ground level, and cannot be entered or explored.< Less

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