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Ke·wee·naw Peninsula

 (kē′wə-nô′)
A peninsula of northwest Michigan extending into Lake Superior and bordered on the south by Keweenaw Bay.
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I am Native American, a member of the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community, Ojibwa tribe from Baraga, Michigan.
Nezami was familiar with cold winters in Iran, but folks in her new community still liked to remind her about what to expect on the Keweenaw Peninsula in northern Michigan's Lake Superior.
A prototype version of the Tomahawk was revealed at last December s Army-Navy Game, along with a recreational model called the Keweenaw Cruiser.
Tortosa said their property has captured the attention of larger players like Capstone Mining and HudBay Minerals, the latter having a copper property on the American side of Lake Superior on the Keweenaw Peninsula.
In the summer of 1978 we were among several Escanaba families that attended the first annual Keweenaw Bay Indian Community Powwow located in Baraga, Michigan.
The Keweenaw Peninsula is in the western Upper Peninsula of Michigan and is surrounded on three sides by Lake Superior (Fig.
These images were the result when some creative photographers and fearless models were given free rein in the brewhouse at the Keweenaw Brewing Company in Houghton, Michigan.
Steinman (A and S '11G)-examined Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula because it is the largest source of pure native copper in North America.
Morin, director of the Eckley Miners' Village historic site in Weatherly, PA, shows how heritage-minded groups in historic industrial communities can commemorate their past and preserve their history, through case histories of the top three US copper smelting sites (and later Superfund sites): Keweenaw Peninsula in Michigan; Copper Basin in Tennessee; and Butte-Anaconda in Montana.
The largest deposits of this rare mineral are found on the Keweenaw Peninsula of Michigan.
The annual Clean Sweep is sponsored by the Central Lake Superior Watershed Partnership, the non-profit Cedar Tree Institute, the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community, and the various faith communities that participated.
He is a member of the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community and a board member of the Native American Business Alliance.