Month: November 2014

CCE Notes

Thank You!

Thanksgiving is upon us, and in the spirit of the holiday I’d like to take a moment to give thanks…
Centennial Mine

And So It Goes…

History endures. It cannot be easily brushed aside, erased, or lost. It survives in the books and newspapers that recorded…
CCE Notes

Helping Keep History Alive

  Each year at this time I reach out to my readers for their help. Around this time I write…
Cliff Mill

Unearthed (p3)

The Warren Mill, built around 1910, was one of three stamp mills built at the old Cliff Mine during its…
Cliff Mill

Unearthed (p2)

Industrial Archeology is a discipline that studies the material evidence left behind from our industrial past. Considering the copious amount…
Cliff Mill

Unearthed (p1)

The great Cliff Range rising along the spine of the Keweenaw creates a formidable geographic barrier to the waters of…
Industry

Where Freighters Roamed

When it came to Quincy’s coal handling operation, the Coal Silo was just a middle man. The real star of…
Industry

The Coal Silo

From the back it looked to be some type of concrete silo, similar to one you’d find on a farm…