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In 1900, Calumet was a booming town in the center of Michigan's copper mining industry. The largest company in the region, Calumet and Hecla, operated its works between the villages that became Calumet and Laurium.

Mines drew a diverse population, including Cornish, Croatians, Finns, French Canadians Italians, Polish, Scots, Slovenians and Swedes. French Canadians, under the administration of Reverend J. R. Boissonault, built a church dedicated to St. Anne. The architectural firm of Charlton, Gilbert and Demar designed the structure, built of red sandstone from the Jacobsville quarry.  READ MORE

 
 
 

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July 17th Fancy Socks Night

"Longest Day Music" Concert

KHC Preserves Calumet Heritage

2016 Keweenaw Heritage Center Newsletter

 
 
 
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