CHIPPEWA COUNTY, MICHIGAN HISTORY


BRIDGES AND CANALS:
Ashmun Street/Power Canal
Fort Street/Power Canal Bridge
I-75 (Int. Hwy.) / St. Mary's River (International Bridge)
M-28 / E. Br. Tahquemenon River
Parker Road/Charlotte River Bridge

CHIPPEWA COUNTY:

History of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan: Chippewa County (1883)

Link above - site has moved and is going through a transition. Link works sporadically to the article at present. October 2, 2010.

lots of early history of Chippewa County including physical characteristics, grants to the indians, history of early churches, first settlers, Soo Canal, Sault Ste Marie, and brief sections on townships

SETTLEMENTS, VILLAGES, TOWNS, CITIES, RR STOPS, FOUR CORNERS ARE:

Railroad Stops: From 1921 Chippewa County Map.

Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Railway:
     Algonquin, Gladys, Brimley, Gerrick, Dorgans, 16 Mile Sid., Elbon, Wellsburg, Duff, Weller's Sid, Mansfield, Drummonds, Rexford, Jamieson Br., Woods Branch, Kane, Parsilles Spur., Perry's Br., Strongs, Boxer, Eckerman, Seewhy, Nolan, Bridge, Hulbert, Banner, Watt.

Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Railway: as a connecting line from Soo Junction, Luce County through Chippewa county on its way to St. Ignace: Hendrie, Bradkins, Cana, Trout Lake Sid., Dell, Dorgans.

Minnesota, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Railway:
      Dafter, Cottage Park Spur., Kinross, Rudyard, Dryburg, Fibre, Spur. No. 459, Cordell, Dick, Trout Lake, Diamond Spur.





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