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Dams - Sturgeon River

Earthwork, Dams, Water, Rivers, Woody Plants, Trees Sturgeon River [Image of the dam and river.]

Scanned: June 5, 2009


Dams - Redridge

Earthwork, Dams, Woody Plants, Trees, Water The Redridge Steel dam nearing completion in 1901-02. [Image of the dam showing numerious tree stumps near the water. Please see comment section for further information.]

Scanned: November 8, 2007


Dams - Redridge

Earthwork, Dams, Woody Plants, Trees, The building of the Redridge Steel Dam by the Wisconsin Bridge and Iron Works of Milwaukee was started in 1901 and completed in 1902 along with the completion of the Baltic Mill for which the dam was originally intended. The steel dam impounded water on the Salmon Trout River for about one and one-half miles upstream. Here the process of construction is proceeding with heavy concrete enforcements on each end of the dam and trestle. [Photo showing a broad view of the construction. Please see comment section for further information.]

Scanned: November 8, 2007


Dams - Redridge

Earthwork, Dams, Woody Plants, Trees, Water, Lakes Atlantic Mining Company's log dam at Redridge, Michigan. [Image of water flowing over the log dam. Please see comment section for further information.]

Scanned: November 8, 2007


Dams - Redridge

Earthwork, Dams, Woody Plants, Trees, Water, Lakes The high water mark of the old Redridge Dam in 1947. Photo taken by Bill Brinkman with his brother Alvin as pilot of the Piper Cub circling above. [Aerial image of the dam and surrounding area. Please see comment section for further information.]

Scanned: November 8, 2007


Dams - Redridge

Earthwork, Dams, Woody Plants, Trees, Water, Lakes The Redridge Log Dam that impounds the water of the Salmon Trout River was built in 1891-92 by the Atlantic Mining Co. to supply its mill (wash) with water for processing copper. In 1901-02 the Baltic Mining Co. built a new large steel dam just 75 ft. north of the log dam and this steel dam supplied water for both the Baltic and Atlantic mills until their closing - the Atlantic in 1912 and the Baltic in 1922. [Photo of the log dam with water cascading over it.]

Scanned: November 8, 2007


Dams - Redridge

Earthwork, Dams, Woody Plants, Trees, Water, Lakes The construction of the spillway or overflow or launder as they were called is shown here as it progresses to completion. The photographer was standing where the "gates" were later constructed which controlled the flow of water from the steel dam that had impounded water from the Salmon Trout River. This construction took place in 1901-02 and was completed at same time as that of the dam and the Baltic Mill in 1902. [Image of the construction of the spillway. Please see comment section for further information.]

Scanned: November 8, 2007


Eagle River Dam

Earthwork, Dams, Woody Plants, Trees, Manners and Customs, Clothing and Dress Eagle River Dam [A group of people sit on top of a dam for a photograph]

Scanned: May 2, 2007


Eagle River Dam

Water, Lakes, Earthwork, Dams, Woody Plants, Trees Dam at Eagle River with a slight view of reservior. [View of dam. Water flows into an upper and lower "crater".]

Scanned: June 30, 2009


Huron Dam

Earthwork, Dams, Water, Woody Plants, Trees Upper end of Huron Dam Looking N.E. 11 a.m. Taken from end of long log.

Scanned: September 20, 2010