Along the Bowstring, Or South Shore of Lake Superior
General Passenger Department of Duluth South Shore and Atlantic Railway, 1891 - Geology - 99 pages
This amply-illustrated promotional guidebook, issued by the General Passenger Department of the Duluth South Shore & Atlantic Railway, describes in great detail the sights and recreational opportunities afforded visitors along Lake Superior's South Shore. The author follows the route from Sault Ste. Marie west to Duluth, including Marquette, Presque Isle and Macinac as well as other major stopover points, providing much local and geological history along the way. In words and pictures, the book depicts picturesque landmarks and scenic landscapes, mining, manufacturing, logging operations, fishing, hunting, and other wilderness activities, with some attention to the region's Indian groups.
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Along the Bowstring, Or South Shore of Lake Superior (Classic Reprint)
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