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Menominee Range Memories - The Rest of the Story

 

          Introductory Column

  1. Early History of the Badwater Indian Village
  2. Tom "Wildcat" King, Native American Dickinson County Pioneer
  3. Chippewa Medicine Dance at Chicagoan Lake in 1884
  4. Native American Hunting and Fishing Concerns and the Apprehension of a Murderer
  5. Native American Visits to Early Settlements and the Effects and Repercussions of Their Use of "Firewater"
  6. Early Trading Posts and Half-Way Houses from Menominee North
  7. James and William Dickie's Trading Posts in Breitung Township
  8. Early Logging on the Menominee and the Sturgeon Rivers
  9. The New York Farm in Norway Township
  10. Thomas Rice, Menominee Range Pioneer
  11. Discovery of Ore on the Menominee Iron Range
  12. Dr. Nelson Powell Hulst, Menominee Range Pioneer
  13. Lewis Young Whitehead, Menominee Range Pioneer
  14. John Lane Buell, Menominee Range Pioneer
  15. Beginnings of the Menominee Range Railroad from 1872 to 1877
  16. Building the Menominee Range Railroad from Powers to Quinnesec in 1877
  17. Extending the Menominee Range Railraod from Quinnesec to Florence from 1877 to 1880
  18. Extending the Menominee Range Railroad from Florence to Crystal Falls from 1881 to 1882
  19. George Runkel, Menominee Range Pioneer
  20. Building the Menominee Range Railroad from Florence to Iron River
  21. The Role of Newspapers in Documenting Early History – Part 1
  22. The Role of Newspapers in Documenting Early History – Part 2
  23. The Role of Newspapers in Documenting Early History – Part 3
  24. The Roaring Twenties - Ford Motor Company's Arrival Impacts Dickinson County - Building the Plant
  25. The Roaring Twenties - Ford Motor Company's Arrival Impacts Dickinson County - The Housing Shortage
 
 
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