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Great Lakes Region (North America).

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Collection of "Anishinaabe News" newsletters

 Collection — Box 15-06-02
Identifier: MSS-269
Scope and Contents This collection, MSS-269, Collection of "Anishinaabe News" newsletters, consists of copies of the newsletter published by the Center for Native American Studies (CNAS) at Northern Michigan University (NMU). The collection is separated into series each of which covers one calendar year of publication.
Dates: 2005-2010

Missionaries and explorers of the Upper Peninsula

 File
Scope and Contents note Includes material related to European missionaries and explorers of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Dates: 1840-2012

Winthrop Iron Company records

 Collection — Box 09-05-03
Identifier: MSS-348
Scope and Contents This collection consists of business correspondence of the Winthrop Iron Company. This correspondence is in the form of letters and Western Union telegraphs. The materials cover the time span of August 1899 to October 22, 1901, the time period covering the take over of Winthrop Mine by National Steel. Correspondents are: Winthrop Iron Company, Oliver Iron Mining Company, I. B. Davis and Son, Manufacturers, Chapin Mining Company, M. A. Hanna and Company, and F. Braastad and Company.
Dates: 1899-08 - 1901-10-22

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