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Digging for copper predates European settlers in the Keweenaw by 7,000 years

July 23, 2013
By KURT HAUGLIE - DMG writer (khauglie@mininggazette.com) , The Daily Mining Gazette

KEWEENAW PENINSULA - The 1913-14 Copper Strike began 100 years ago today, but copper was mined or quarried as long ago as 7,000 years before European Americans began digging for the metal.

 
 

 

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