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In prehistoric times large quantities of copper were mined on Isle Royale and the nearby Keweenaw Peninsula The region is scarred by ancient mine pits and trenches up to 20 feet deep Carbon14 testing of wood remains found in sockets of copper artifacts indicates that they are at


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The ancient copper mines of Michigans Upper Peninsula
The ancient copper mines of Michigans Upper Peninsula

The area now known as Michigans Upper Peninsula contains rich copper resources that were mined extensively beginning in the second half of the nineteenth century Amazingly the professional miners who worked the area beginning in the 1850s all describe evidence of extensive ancient minin

Missing Prehistoric Michigan’s HalfBillion Pounds of Copper
Missing Prehistoric Michigan’s HalfBillion Pounds of Copper

Apr 18 2014 · Prehistoric Copper Mining in the Lake Superior Region Octave Joseph DuTemple privately published Boom Copper Angus Murdock Macmillan Company New York 1943 Inside Michigan “Michigan’s Most Ancient Industry is America’s Prehistoric Copper Mines” July 1953

Copper mining in Michigan  Wikipedia
Copper mining in Michigan Wikipedia

Copper mining in the Upper Peninsula boomed and from 1845 until 1887 when it was exceeded by Butte Montana the Michigan Copper Country was the nations leading producer of copper In most years from 1850 through 1881 Michigan produced more than threequarters of the nations copper and in 1869 produced more than 95 of the countrys copper

Miners Left a Pollution Trail in the Great Lakes 6000
Miners Left a Pollution Trail in the Great Lakes 6000

Dec 24 2014 · Miners Left a Pollution Trail in the Great Lakes 6000 Years Ago Scientists find evidence of ancient copper mining in polluted lake sediments from Isle Royale National Park

Timeline of Michigan Copper Mining Prehistory to 1850
Timeline of Michigan Copper Mining Prehistory to 1850

The earliest known metalworking in North America begins when Native peoples start mining copper on the Keweenaw Peninsula Digging pits and using heavy stones to break waste rock away from copper masses they fashion bracelets beads tools fishhooks and other items for trade Objects made of

Copper I  Michigan State University
Copper I Michigan State University

MICHIGAN’S COPPER DEPOSITS AND MINING The first mineral boom in the United States occurred in 1843 when people from all over the continent began to chase the copper silver and iron of Michigan’s upper peninsula These mines were in commercial operation for more than a hundred years

Copper Mining History and Copper Harbor Michigan
Copper Mining History and Copper Harbor Michigan

Copper Country Road Trips Keweenaw Mining History Caledonia Native Copper Mine Rock and Mineral Collecting near Ontonagon Michigan for the rock collector or geologist Collect samples of copper silver datolite calcite epodote quartz as well as a range of microminerals

Ancient Copper Mining in the Upper Peninsula –
Ancient Copper Mining in the Upper Peninsula –

Dec 18 2008 · Ancient Copper Mining in the Upper Peninsula By Jeff Smith on December 18 2008 Tagged Northern Michigan History Outdoors Isle Royale Marquette Upper Peninsula Photos by Todd Zawistowski

Copper Mines in Ancient North America – Expanded
Copper Mines in Ancient North America – Expanded

Jan 10 2013 · It is not clear who these ancient miners were but we do know that the mining abruptly ended in 1200 BC This conveniently coincides with the end of the Bronze Age in Europe The copper located in the Lake Superior area is some of the purest copper in the world yet less than 1 has been discovered in America

Copper A World Trade in 3000 BC  Eye Of The Psychic
Copper A World Trade in 3000 BC Eye Of The Psychic

The era around 3000 BC saw more than 500000 tons of copper being mined in the socalled Upper Peninsula in the American state of Michigan The largest mine was on Isle Royale an island in Lake Superior near the Canadian border Here there are thousands of prehistoric copper pits dug thousands of years ago by ancient peoples unknown

Missing 500000 Tons of Copper
Missing 500000 Tons of Copper

Mainstream archeologists attribute all these immense labors to a North American Copper Culture certainly not to copperhungry visitors from foreign shores Admittedly many copper artifacts have been dug up from North American mounds but only a tiny fraction of the metal the Michigan mines

Copper I  Michigan State University
Copper I Michigan State University

MICHIGAN’S COPPER DEPOSITS AND MINING The first mineral boom in the United States occurred in 1843 when people from all over the continent began to chase the copper silver and iron of Michigan’s upper peninsula These mines were in commercial operation for more than a hundred years

Michigan’s Ancient Copper Culture An   Paths Unwritten
Michigan’s Ancient Copper Culture An Paths Unwritten

Mar 30 2011 · Michigan’s Ancient Copper Culture An Essay on Speculative History Ben 30 March 2011 July 28th 2017 The copper mining took place over a fair amount of time I think it’s entirely possible that these changes in the culture you speak of could have been their on natural cultural development or simply influence from yet another Native

Central Mine – Copper Ghost Preserved in Michigan
Central Mine – Copper Ghost Preserved in Michigan

An ancient Native American mining pit had been discovered on the land and it was well known that many of these ancient mines led to rich veins of copper The Central Mine fissure was discovered in the summer of 1855 after a shaft was sunk along the side of the pit

Who Mined American Copper 5000 Years Ago  Ancient
Who Mined American Copper 5000 Years Ago Ancient

Apr 15 2009 · Dr Henriette Mertz in her book The Mystic Symbol 1986 speculates that the ancient Phoenician mariners traveled to Upper Michigan to mine the extremely pure and abundant copper lodes to satisfy the demands of the ancient Egyptians and Greeks The mines of Sinai she says had been played out by that time and those of Crete were too meager

Copper Mines Mining History Mine Shafts of Michigan
Copper Mines Mining History Mine Shafts of Michigan

Mining History Mine Shafts of Michigan Copper Mines These photos from the Michigan Technological University Archives and Copper Country Historical Collections JR VanPelt Library In some cases where noted prints from original negatives that would be better resolution than screen image are available from the library archives

Ancient Mines  Ancient Trenches
Ancient Mines Ancient Trenches

Great Lakes Copper Mining in Ancient Times and the Old Copper Culture Below are examples of the forms native copper comes in at the lodes at the Upper Pennisula of Michigan Because of the coppers purity it can be traced chemically to Europe in the Bronze age and even to the Middle East when it turns up in Old World archaeological sites

Missing 500000 Tons of Copper
Missing 500000 Tons of Copper

Mainstream archeologists attribute all these immense labors to a North American Copper Culture certainly not to copperhungry visitors from foreign shores Admittedly many copper artifacts have been dug up from North American mounds but only a tiny fraction of the metal the Michigan mines

Underwater Pyramids of Rock Lake Wisconsin
Underwater Pyramids of Rock Lake Wisconsin

Rock Lake Located in Lake Mills Wisconsin has a pyramid resting beneath its waters This pyramid is linked to the people that were mining the copper in upper Michigan thus linked to the King Solomon Mines andor Temple

19 Stops for a Historic Road Trip Through
19 Stops for a Historic Road Trip Through

The Keweenaw National Historic Park contains 19 other heritage sites across the Keweenaw region The area has been a copper mining site for more than 7000 years Native peoples would use copper for tools and also for trade Here you can learn about Keweenaw heritage sites and the ancient history of copper mining in the area 6

MichiganCopperMines  Mining Artifacts
MichiganCopperMines Mining Artifacts

The Copper Range Company was a major copper mining company in the Copper Country of Michigan It began as a holding company specializing in shares in the copper mines south of Houghton Michigan and was dissolved in 1915 with all assets transferred to the Copper Range Co Copper Range controlled through share ownership the Copper Range

Comments on America Unearthed Isle Royale copper
Comments on America Unearthed Isle Royale copper

I don’t discount the idea that Minoans came to Michigan but neither do I believe it has been solidly proven with the limited information given on the show However if a good estimate of the volume of copper mined in ancient times plus a more thorough qualitative comparison of the copper and impurities would solidify the theory for me

The Oxhide Ingot from Lake Gogebic Michigan
The Oxhide Ingot from Lake Gogebic Michigan

My quest to understand the story of the alleged “oxhide ingot” from Lake Gogebic Michiganheralds the arrival of a new breed of lightningpaced intelligent thrillersurprising at every twist absorbing at every turn and in the end utterly unpredictableright up to its astonishing conclusion where I remain frustratingly unable to

Prehistoric Copper Mining in Michigan The Nineteenth
Prehistoric Copper Mining in Michigan The Nineteenth

Jan 01 2018 · Prehistoric Copper Mining in Michigan The NineteenthCentury Discovery of Ancient Diggings in the Keweenaw Peninsula and Isle Royale Anthropological Papers Series John R Halsey on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Isle Royale and the counties that line the northwest coast of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula are called Copper Country because of the rich

Coppertown USA  Copper Mining Museum in the
Coppertown USA Copper Mining Museum in the

Michigans Copper Industry began thousands of years ago when ancient miners chipped away at exposed veins of pure copper with huge hammerstones Tools and techniques of mining advanced considerably in the centuries that followed and Coppertowns Mining Museum traces the evolution of miners and mining people with a series of tasteful exhibits

Copper Mining  Michigan Technological University
Copper Mining Michigan Technological University

There is a rich lore about ancient copper mining in the Lake Superior region Most of it is highly speculative and is unsupported but fervently believed There is no doubt that copper was mined at Isle Royale thousands of years ago Most likely this was done by indigenous miners who traded the copper with people who lived far to the south

Copper mining on Isle Royale 6500– © The Authors
Copper mining on Isle Royale 6500– © The Authors

Pompeani et al 255 Evidence for ancient copper mining in Michigan The earliest references to copper in the Great Lakes area come from Jacques Cartier’s second voyage to the region in AD 1535–1536 Cartier noted the presence of copper among the native peoples

Ancient Michigan copper mines page 1
Ancient Michigan copper mines page 1

Coppers a VERY abundant mineral Theres copper mines and ores and deposits all over the world Unless Atlantis happened to be in the middle of Lake Michigan Im sure that wherever the mythical place was it was a lot closer to REAL copper mines

New Michigan film Explores Ancient Great Lakes
New Michigan film Explores Ancient Great Lakes

New Michigan film Explores Ancient “AMERICA’S ANCIENT INDUSTRY” Noble Odyssey Foundation re searches vast amounts of native copper from thousands of years ago White Lake Michigan December 28 20 The new Noble Odyssey Foundation film 2013 at 800 PM on PBS WTVS Ch annel 56 Long before Stonehen ge and the Pyramids were built

VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP TO THE KEWEENAW PENINSULA MICHIGAN
VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP TO THE KEWEENAW PENINSULA MICHIGAN

The natives mined the copper from the bedrock as well as from glacial deposits The entire peninsula from Keweenaw Point to the Ontonagon River area contain ancient mining pits The deposits on Isle Royale were also mined by natives a conservative estimate is

The Oxhide Ingot from Lake Gogebic Michigan
The Oxhide Ingot from Lake Gogebic Michigan

My quest to understand the story of the alleged “oxhide ingot” from Lake Gogebic Michiganheralds the arrival of a new breed of lightningpaced intelligent thrillersurprising at every twist absorbing at every turn and in the end utterly unpredictableright up to its astonishing conclusion where I remain frustratingly unable to

copper mines of lake superior  Ancient Lost Treasures
copper mines of lake superior Ancient Lost Treasures

In several of the ancient mines considerable masses of pure copper detached from the main lode have been found which were left there by those who mined it At the Central Mine not far from Eagle Harbor a mass of copper was found in one of these old pits that weighed fortysix tons

Copper in Antiquity  Ancient History Encyclopedia
Copper in Antiquity Ancient History Encyclopedia

Copper was probably the first metal used by ancient cultures and the oldest artefacts made with it date to the Neolithic shiny redbrown metal was used for jewellery tools sculpture bells vessels lamps amulets and death masks amongst other things So important was the metal in human development that it gave its name to the Copper Age today better known as the Chalcolithic

Welcome to the Adventure Mine
Welcome to the Adventure Mine

The Adventure Mine is located 36 miles South of Houghton on highway M26 It is a cooperating Heritage Site of the Keweenaw National Historical Park and provides underground tours of the historic Adventure Mine The mine opened in 1850 and operated until 1920 and is a native copper mine typical of the Keweenaw area

Home  Quincy Mine
Home Quincy Mine

The Quincy Mine Gift Shop will be open every Thursday Friday and Saturday from Noon to 600 pm from November 29th to December 21st A special Open House will be held on November 30th with Hot Chocolate and treats pick a prize or discount from our Santa Stocking and enter to win a specially

Collectors Edge Minerals purchases the worlds largest
Collectors Edge Minerals purchases the worlds largest

Mar 24 2016 · World’s Largest Float Copper Quincy Mine Claims Houghton Michigan USA Collector’s Edge Minerals Inc based in Golden Colorado USA and its owner and founder Mr Bryan Lees are honored to display the World’s Largest Float Copper specimen at the 4th Chenzhou Hunan China Gem and Mineral Show When Mr Lees first

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The location and success of modern commercial copper mining in Michigan can be traced back to prehistoric copper miners In fact every single Michigan commercial copper mine of the 1800s was built on ancient mining sites discovered by prehistoric man

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