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Primary Source Analysis
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Assignment for Tuesday February 14
Use JSTORto find TWO articles that would provide information to help answer your assigned question.
(ONE of the articles may be a book review).
How did the lumber industry develop in the Upper Peninsula?
Ethnicity in Northern Michigan
I = Arab
3 = Czechoslovah or Siovah
5 = English
or French Canadian
7 = German
9 = Irish
10 = Ilalian
II = Non.uegian
12 = Polish
13 = Scottish
14 = Swedish
15 = African American/
My topic is Richmond Townsh.
Ife during the 1930's. Mythesis
is, "During the 1930's Richmond Township was a vital and active area for mining
operations in the Lake Superior district on the Marquette Iron Range. Along with
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1880. In the picture Uncle Sam is aboard an ark of freedom with his hands extended
to a line of weary immigrants. In the background there are bla