Month: March 2014

Houghton

St. Ignatius of Loyola

In a region where Calumet was home to no less then six separate Roman Catholic churches, it seems odd to…
Houghton

Grace Methodist Church

The old wood-framed church that served Grace Methodist Episcopal Church was nothing more then a room with four walls and…
Houghton

The Churches of Houghton

The great metropolises of the Copper Country were really limited to just two, each directly fueled by the region’s richest…
Hancock

On the Waterfront (p7) – The Hodge Foundry

Quincy may have been the first mine to the scene above the narrow waters of the Portage’s west arm, but…
Hancock

On the Waterfront (p6)

The Quincy sands may have been a hazard to navigation, but they were particular convenient when it came time to…
Hancock

On the Waterfront (p5) – The Quincy Sands

With the Quincy Mill gone, the ragged landscape on which it once stood and the vast tailings that it had…
Hancock

On the Waterfront (p4) – The Quincy Mill

The long hard winter may still be with us, but take heart that another season of Copper Country exploring is…