Hollowed Ground Copper Mining and Community Building on Lake Superior, 1840s-1990s
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Description: Details a century and a half of copper mining along Upper Michigans Keweenaw Peninsula, from the arrival of the first incorporated mines in the 1840s until the closing of the last mine in the mid-1990s.
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Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
Publication date: 5/15/2010
Size: 7.25" wide x 10.00" long x 1.00" tall
|Keweenaw Copper: Geology, Discovery, Dreams of Wealth|
|Getting the Copper Out: Exploration, Development, and the Tools of Production|
|Islands of Industry in a Sea of Trees|
|Out at the Locations: From Camps to Communities|
|The Quincy Mine: Taking the Long Road to Success|
|The Era of Michigan Domination: 1865-1890|
|The Largest and Best Copper Mine in the World: Calumet and Hecla|
|Befitting a Copper King: C&H's Visible Empire|
|A Far More Typical Mine: Quincy, 1865-1890|
|Quincy Makes Itself Over: 1890-1912|
|Calumet and Hecla: Profits Now, Problems Later|
|An Important Find: The Copper Range Mines Open the Baltic Lode|
|Paternalism Revisited: The Baltic, Trimountain, and Champion Mines|
|Holding On: Corporate Power in an Age of Social Change, 1890-1912|
|Show Them Who's Boss: The Strike of 1913-1914|
|Making the Hard Turn: From Growth to Decline|
|The Quincy Mine: From Struggle to Shutdown|
|Calumet and Hecla: Down with the King|
|Copper Range: Staying Alive|
|White Pine: A New Mine, a New Era|
|Something Old, Something New: The White Pine Townsite|
|White Pine: No Solution|
|List of Abbreviations|