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Williams Album 0 : p. 64
Phillips, Bessie

Calumet Public School Library

Mines and mineral resources



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Newspaper clippings on various topics (1912, 1916). Page is hand numbered ""64"". -- Article written by Bessie Phillips called ""A Story The Old Tombstones Tell in Keweenaw"". Mentions Central mine, Copper Falls, Phoenix, and Cliff. Children working in mines. Eagle River cemetery laid out by Perley Carley, surveyed by Edward Hulbert, belonged to Cliff Mining Company. Individuals and places mentioned Priscilla Slawson, wife of John Slawson, Rev. John Bramwellm rector of Grace church, Bessie Trezise, St. Clair mine, Kittie Corwin, J. C. Corwin, A. Corwin, Abraham Trewartha, Johanna Ellen Trewartha, Peter Verdine, ""Black Pete"", who killed Sheriff James Rogers, Fanny Wells, a negress, who acted as undertaker using coffins made at the mine carpenter shop, Henry Hart, James Fezzy, Tom Harper, Joseph Stephens, John Chellew, John W. Blair, Thomas W. Blair, Eagle Harbor cemetery, Thomas Berryman, John Berryman, Thomas E. Johns, Martin E. Grosse, L. Swartz, Waine K. Rinne, Uren, Kingston, Morgan, Parks, Senter, Foley, Smith, Rice, Conley, Kuntz, McLean, Harriet Uren, William Uren, Bethsheba Cocking, Ann Trezise, Dennis Sullivan, James A. Van Alstene, Margaret O'Sullivan, G. Kreisser, Mrs. MacLlwain, Dr. Samuel J. Reffield, who ran out of medicine during epidemic. -- Dec. 15, 1916 - Jack Adams, player on Calumet hockey team laments abandonment of American Amateur Hockey League. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. John Symons of County Road, daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kinnunen of Quincy Street. I. Hoyem to spend holidays in Calumet and Laurium. Lillian Orchard to arrive in Calumet to live with brother Benjamin Orchard of Kearsarge. Steamship passage booked through U.C. Penberthy agency. Panama canal opened in august 1914. -- Dec. 4, 1916 - Wolverine Mining Company finishes a good year, The Mohawk averaging 75 cars. The Calumet and Hecla and subsidiary mines employ 12,000. The 4000 new ,men given employment through the Central Employment agency in Calumet, Ahmeek mine mentioned. Red Jacket fire department will be guests of Laurium fire department at Laurium town hall. -- Dec. 12, 1912 - Wolverine Carol Choir under direction of Walter Jeffery has been formed, Richard Holman, Samuel Harris, Charles Holman, Edward Oliver, Thomas Wills, William Oliver, Walter Jeffery, Herbert Oliver, John Arthur, William Pauge, Mrs. Herbert Oliver.

Williams Album 0 : p. 64

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