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Early Days In Mohawk, Michigan CLARENCE J. MONETTE

Early Days In Mohawk, Michigan


Publication: Greenlee Printing Co of Calumet, MI, 1980, Calumet

First edition. 8vo. Brown pictorial, printed wrappers, 144 pp., author's note, illustrated from photographs, facsimiles, sources. Brief history and numerous pictures of early Mohawk located in Keweenaw County, Michigan. The village of Mohawk was founded by Ernest Koch, a lumberman who by chance found some copper in Allouez Township. Mohawk was named after the Mohawk Mine and is the metropolis of Keweenaw County. Much information about the area is provided including shopping facilities, food stores, churches, schools, businesses, restaurants, bakeries, etc. Fine copy.

Inventory Number: 42098