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World War One Draftees

Persons, History, Modern, 20th Century, World War, 1914, 1918, World War I draftees at Ontonagon.

Scanned: February 25, 2014


Spanish War

Human Settlements, Cities and Towns, History, Modern, 20th Century, Manners and Customs, Clothing and Dress Spanish War militia leave at Houghton [A crowd of people gather in downtown Houghton. Houghton National Bank is shown]

Scanned: May 2, 2006


World War One Soldiers

History, Modern, 20th Century, World War, 1914, 1918, Persons, War - World War I. Just Back From France Company F. 27th Engineers Captain J.D. Tallant Com D G.

Scanned: February 26, 2014


Strike Era Telegraph

Historic Sites, Historic Mines, Industrial Relations, Labor Disputes, Strikes and Lockouts, History, Modern, 20th Century Telegraph reads: Two hundred men from the north end have just marched to the Centennial shooting off firearms. Centennial is working with small force but I have just given orders to close down. Every mine in the district is closed. About seventy-five percent of the men in Calumet brance working. No 16 working but will undoubtedly have to close tonight. Have just had conference with heads of departments and have started swearing in deputies. Hope to have over five hundred deputies, possibly one thousand today. [Corrispondence between Quincy A. Shaw and James MacNaughton.]

Scanned: May 30, 2013


Strike Era Telegraph

Historic Sites, Historic Mines, Industrial Relations, Labor Disputes, Strikes and Lockouts, History, Modern, 20th Century Telegraph from the Western Union Telegraph Company to Quincy A. Shaw. Telegraph reads: Varis horrify men fragile the numerous embarrass have just matroned topple cadison significanceing off festals. Cadison is wrestling with small flood but I have just given outside topple colic drop-scene. Every misdirect imperious disperse is coliced. About verun-versian percent of the men imperious calumet bonnet wrestling, nook vadnan verth wrestling but will undoubtedly have topple colic trachea. Have just had complain with hellishs of designs and have started suppressing imperious dementias. Hope to have organic versian horrify dementias possibly vandan tighten torpor. Sent from James Macnaughton.[Coded messege.]

Scanned: May 30, 2013


Copper Country Soldiers and Sailors in the World War

Armed Forces, Soldiers, History, Modern, 20th Century, World War, 1914, 1918, Military Structures, Armories Company A leaving Calumet, marching west on Red Jacket Road. [A crowd of people gather to send the soldiers off.]

Scanned: October 14, 2008


Copper Country Soldiers and Sailors in the World War

Armed Forces, Soldiers, History, Modern, 20th Century, World War, 1914, 1918, Transportation, Railroads Company A leaving Calumet at station. Train about to leave. [A crowd of well wishers gather to send the troops off.]

Scanned: October 14, 2008


Copper Country Soldiers and Sailors in the World War

Armed Forces, Soldiers, History, Modern, 20th Century, World War, 1914, 1918, Transportation, Railroads Company A leaving Calumet at station. Goodbye friends. [A crowd of well wishers gather to send the troops off.]

Scanned: October 14, 2008


Copper Country Soldiers and Sailors in the World War

Armed Forces, Soldiers, History, Modern, 20th Century, World War, 1914, 1918, Buildings Head of Parade, Major P. D. MacNaughton and aides. [A crowd of people gather near the Calumet & Hecla Library building to watch the parade.]

Scanned: October 14, 2008


Copper Country Soldiers and Sailors in the World War

Armed Forces, Soldiers, History, Modern, 20th Century, World War, 1914, 1918, Buildings 552nd Regiment Band and Company A, 107th Engineers. [The parade passing by the library building.]

Scanned: October 14, 2008