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Clifton Mining Company Map

Historic Sites, Historical Markers, Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, This document accompanied the Annual Report of 1864. [Blue print maps of Clifton Mine showing the locations of shafts No 4, No 3, No 2 and No 1].

Scanned: October 31, 2011


Geological and Property Map of Norwich to Derby

Historic Sites, Historical Markers, Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, Geological and Property Map of Norwich to Derby; T. 49 N., R.41 W.; traced for C&H Cons Copper Co, Geo Dept, Dec 23, 1925, from map accompany reports of Derby Mng Co, 1864, Cascade Mng Co 1864, Sharon Mng Co 1864, Clifton Mng Co 1864. [Blueprint map shows the geological lay out of the property owned mostly by Clifton Mining Company.]

Scanned: October 31, 2011


Sketch Map of Columbian Mine and Contiguous Property

Historic Sites, Historical Markers, Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, Sketch of Columbian Mine and Contiguous Property accompanying annual report dated April 1862. [Map shows Columbian Mine territory, Portage Mine territory, Isle Royale Mine territory and Sheldon Mine territory in relation to eachother as well as the city of Houghton and Portage Lake.}

Scanned: October 31, 2011


Conglomerate Mine Openings Map

Historic Sites, Historical Markers, Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, Plan on Plane of Belt of Openings in Conglomerate Mine. [Map shows the layout of the underground workings of the Conglomerate Mining Company.]

Scanned: October 31, 2011


Map of the Copper District

Historic Sites, Historical Markers, Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, Map of the Copper District in Michigan showing conglomerate lodes and the property of the Conglomerate Mining Company. [The key shows that the map depicts: conglomerate lodes, amygdaloid lodes, township boundaries, and territorries were companyies own surface rights only.]

Scanned: November 2, 2011


Copper Mines - Quincy

Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, Buildings, Historic Sites [Image of the Quincy mine shaft #2 before restoration.]

Scanned: November 19, 2008


Copper Mines - Quincy

Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, Buildings, Historic Sites [Exterior view of a dilapidated Quincy #6 shaft house.]

Scanned: November 19, 2008


Museums

Historic Sites, Historic Mines, Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, This is the fire wagon which was used by the Trimountain Mining Co. at the turn of the century. It was donated to the Quincy Hilltop Museum last year and restored by the Raffaellis. The fire wagon was used to transport ladders and hose. Many other antique items are displayed in the museum. [Image of the wagon complete with a ladder.]

Scanned: February 12, 2009


Museums

Historic Sites, Historic Mines, Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, Mr. & Mrs. Mario Raffaelli of South Range, owners and operators of the Quincy Hilltop Museum and Souvenir Shop on US-41, have added a great deal of historical equipment to their display this year. These are railroad cars which were used in the Quincy Mine in the early 1900's. They were put on display by the mining company for the benefit of tourists and Copper Country residents alike. [Image of the railroad cars with two large replicas of mining men at work.]

Scanned: February 12, 2009


Surface Map of Lake Copper Company

Historic Sites, Historic Mines, Natural Resources, Mines and Mineral Resources, Copper Mines and Mining, Surface Map showing portion of property of Lake Copper Company. Sec. 31.T 51 N.R. 3T.W.

Scanned: August 15, 2013