Michael Forgrave

Quincy Mine

The House of Three Faces

The Pewabic Mine’s legacy is forever memorialized by the great copper bearing lode that shares its name. Unfortunately the young…
Lac La Belle

Jackson’s Park

John Jackson was a Copper Country native, born in the booming mining town of Mohawk in 1901. After obtaining degrees…
Calumet

The Lady in Red

In order for a business to survive it obviously needs customers with money to spend and an inclination for doing…
CCE Notes

A Rest for the Weary

Before the arrival of the railroad, travel across the sprawling mining lands of the Keweenaw was an arduous affair. For…
Industry

Supply Lines

As we continue our fresh look at CCE’s earliest posts we stumble across our first exploration of one of the…
Articles

A Walk Up Quincy Creek

Earlier this month CCE quietly passed another milestone as it entered yet another year of copper country exploring after an incredible…
Alberta

The Alberta Visitor’s Center

The small community of Alberta in Baraga County was not only a functioning industrial village, it was also an utopian…
Alberta

The Alberta Village

Situated deep in the wilderness of Baraga County far removed from civilization lies an upper peninsula peculiarity. Its very existence defies convention,…
Articles

A Visit with the Number Six

The Quincy No.6 has been a regular staple on the pages of CCE, dating back to her first appearance in…