Month: November 2008

Baltic Mine

The Curious Case of Baltic No. 2

The first shaft sunk along the Baltic Lode was sunk at the wrong angle, and quickly passed through the lode…
Baltic Mine

Along the Copper Range at Baltic

The Baltic Mine first begun its life around 1897, spending two decades as an independent mine before being absorbed by…
Calumet

St. John’s Church

As representatives of a a minority ethnicity, the Croatians first joined with the Slovenians to establish the St. Joseph’s parish…
Calumet

St. Mary’s Church

While the soaring spires of St. Joseph’s and St. Anne’s dominated Calumet’s skyline, a third Catholic parish sat in relative…
Calumet

St. Anne’s Church

The great metropolis of Red Jacket was growing dramatically at the dawn of the 20th century as it became home…
Calumet

St. Joseph’s (St. Paul’s) Church

The Slovenians that immigrated to the Copper Country in the mid to late 19th century hailed from the South Slavic…
Calumet

The Churches of Calumet

St. Anthony’s Church, one of six Catholic Parishes in Calumet The Keweenaw Peninsula attracted immigrants from all across the globe…