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'Harvesting the Wilderness' is a wide ranging history of a small but representative area of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Like much of the rest of the U.P., it is an area renowned for its wild beauty and rich in natural resources. From the earliest Native Americans to the global mining and timbering companies of today, the waters of Lake Superior and the bounty of the land have drawn both those who appreciate the natural wonders of the U.P. and those who are willling to work hard for an honest living. Utilizing both traditional historical records and oral history interviews, the authors tell the riveting stories of the many different peoples and industries that came to this part of Michigan and that make the area the distinctive place it remains today. Each author's individual perspective and unique style combine to illustrate the diversity and richness of the history portrayed.
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Book Description Grosbeak Trail Press. Paperback. Condition: Good. This book has a light amount of wear to the pages, cover and binding. Seller Inventory # G0985210818I3N00