Month: November 2013

Locations

Back to School

It was along the Sturgeon River at a point known as “Kings Landing” that the first settler to call Pelkie…
Scrapbook

Scrapbook Fridays: Reliable Information Edition

Some time ago a small book came into my possession, a very interesting item that was over a century old.…
Locations

Fading History

Absent from the Copper Country for nearly a year we had just recently returned to do some work on our…
Industry

A Few More Items of Interest

Before moving on from our exploration of the old Redridge dams, I’ve decided to take a final look at a…
CCE Essentials

This Old House

It wasn’t much of a house really, a rather plain looking gambrel roofed home with a squat attached garage. It…
Atlantic and Lake Superior RR

Hidden in Plain Site

There was a time when the Copper Country was criss crossed with railways, transportation corridors that moved freight, people, and…
Industry

In the Shadow of Greatness

The lands south of the Portage were nothing but empty wilderness when the Atlantic Mine first appeared on the scene…
Scrapbook

Scrapbook Friday: Suburban Views Edition

Scrapbook Fridays return with another look at a collection of Copper Country postcards thanks to reader Paul Petosky. This time…