Keweenaw Peninsula

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A peninsula of northwest Michigan extending into Lake Superior and bordered on the south by Keweenaw Bay.
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Use of Funds: The Keweenaw Waterway Lighthouse Conservancy, Inc.
In Baraga, Houghton and Keweenaw counties, SCAO recommends creating a probate court district of Houghton and Keweenaw with one probate judge, or subtracting one district judge.
Langseth spearheaded the effort to create the Keweenaw National Historical Park and worked to save one of Calumet's most historic buildings--St.
6 March 2017 - US-based forest products and land management company Keweenaw Land Association, Ltd.
Snowmobile Braking Data, Sign Recognition Analysis and Validation," Michigan Tech Keweenaw Research Center, Houghton, MI.
Keweenaw Peninsula: The protected bays along the eastern edge of Keweenaw Peninsula, on the south-central part of the lake, are home to big bass that rarely see lures.
Mean observed total length-at-age (mm) and minimum and maximum total lengths (TL) for female Pygmy Whitefish from this study and from Keweenaw Bay (KB) and Isle Royale (IR) Lake Superior (Eschmeyer and Bailey, 1955); Flathead Lake (FL) Montana (Weisel et al.
The Keweenaw Peninsula, the rocky land that juts like a finger into Lake Superior, once boasted the purest copper ever found in the world, which locals celebrate by naming everything from their schools (Copper Country Intermediate School District) to private driving services (Copper Country Limo) after the metal.
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.
The announcement occurred at an event in Houghton, Michigan directly across the Keweenaw waterway from the historic smelter in Franklin Township.
Bob Marr writes from a hand-built log cabin in Michigan's wild and beautiful Keweenaw Peninsula.