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History of people from Royal Isle

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Sue Kellogg

on 3 May 2010

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The History of the People on Isle Royale The History of the Copper Country is rich in its mining experience, providing copper to the United States since 1842. The old pictures help us to remember and appreciate the hard work of building communities in the middle of a wilderness. Human History connected with Isle Royale begins with Native American people. On the Stoll Trail, by Scoville Point, you can find three small pits in the rock. These form clues of the Native Americans who mined copper on the island. These people came to the island during the mild seasons, taking what copper and other gems they found. Estimates are that native people were most active on Isle Royale between 800 AD to 1600 AD. Rickard (1932) believes the Indians used copper for purely ornamental purposes, copper spearheads, knives, and wedges are abundantly represented in collections of Indian artifacts.
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