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formed 1845

Hancock - St. Joseph Cemetery Transcription 417
This cemetery was transcribed before it was abandoned and covered over by the new church.

Houghton Co. Dibean Marriages 385
Hosted by MFHN and in a searchable database. Contains all marriages for the county from the Dibean Michigan Marriage database which is updated monthly.

Obituary Board for Houghton Co. 371
Obituary web board to read posted obituaries or submit your own from newspapers, county histories, family files.

Biographies of Houghton Co. 369
Biography web board to read posted biographies or submit your own from newspapers, county histories, family files.

Houghton and Keweenaw Genealogical Society 349
An active genealogical society that is fairly new and working at collecting area information.

Houghton Co. Map 1904 337
View the towns that were

Calumet - Hecla Mine Employment Records of Cornish Employees 335
This data was collected by Dick and June Ross. The MTU archives holds the company records for the Calumet and Hecla Mine in Houghton Co.

Houghton Co. MIGenWeb Site 298
Online files - mailing list - addresses - information about the area and it's history.

Mines of the area in 1863 298
A list of the mines in the area in 1863 taken from the Michigan State Gazetteer and Business Directory for 1863/1864.

Mine Inspector for Houghton Co. 274
The Mine Inspectors were a county official that kept track and reported to the government annually all the accidents and deaths in the county. These reports give an accident description - the mine it occurred in - the date -and other details. Interesting to read.

Articles by Finnish-American High School Students 272
This is a collection of Finnish Heritage Stories written by High School students in Jim Kurtti's Finnish class in Chassell, Houghton, Hancock, and Painesdale (Michigan). Other article categories are Finland, Finnish-Americans, and Finnish-Canadians. Outstanding!

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