Listen to this page About this Collection Contains the electronic versions of 80 books previously published in hard copy as part of the Country Studies Series by the Federal Research Division. Intended for a general audience, books in the series present a description and analysis of the historical setting and the social, economic, political, and national security systems and institutions of select countries throughout the world. Most books in the series deal with a single foreign country, but a few cover several countries or a geographic region.
Calumet News 23 October to 25 Junedaily, Calumet. Continuation of the Copper Country Evening News. It became the Evening News Journal.
It was continued by the Calumet News. Copper Country News 3 September to 24 September Copper Country Review December to May Copper Miner's Journal September to December It was published in Lake Linden until when it was moved to Detroit.
It ceased publication in Only a handful of scattered issues have survived to be microfilmed. Still in publication and the Copper Country's leading newspaper.
This eventually became the Daily Mining Gazette in It merged with the Calumet Evening News Journal in and retained its title. Evening Journal 6 June to 14 Maydaily, Hancock. Continuation of the Calumet News.
Title changed from the Hancock Evening Journal. Title changed to the Evening Journal. Previously known as the Hancock Mining Herald.
It became the Semi-Weekly Copper Journal. Miner's Bulletin From 14 August to 14 Augustweekly publication of the Western Federation of Miners created during the strike. Title changed from Torch Lake Times.
It became the Hancock Mining Herald. It became the Daily Mining Gazette. It eventually became the Hancock Evening Journal. Sidnaw Journal From toweekly, only 17 February was microfilmed, Sidnaw. Sidnaw Record 16 December to 31 MarchSidnaw. Title changed to Native Copper Times. An excellent source for Lake Linden French Canadians.
Truth From 27 November to 28 Julythe newspaper of the anti-union Citizen's Alliance and a by-product of the strike. Wage Slave 20 March to 19 Juneweekly, socialist newspaper. The Copper Country Historical Collections also has on microfilm newspapers for the surrounding counties Baraga, Gogebic, Keweenaw, Marquette, and Ontonagon and technical journals on copper mining.
Many of these newspapers are also available on microfilm at the Library of Michigan in Lansing.When preparing for a move abroad, it's important to research your new country as much as possible before packing your bags. One of the first things you should research is the culture of your new country.
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A Super Cool Geography Research Project Or A Research Project to Examine the Demographic, Geographic, Political, • Standard I, IV, and VII: Culture, November 4 Research country must be chosen November 7 Project work day (in technology lab). The percentage of countries' culture of education is measured by the number of universities, schools and institutions, as well as by the country's economy, policy, number of conferences and.
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