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Courtney Lake National Forest Campground Professional Review and Guide
"This close to the Keweenaw Peninsula, you’ve officially entered into the Upper Peninsula’s Copper Country. The history of copper runs deep in this part of the world.
The first explorers came here and heard of copper boulders too big for a man to carry. By that time, Native Americans had been pulling the pliable metal out of the ground for 7,000 years. It was widely traded—archaeologists find artifacts of Keweenaw copper throughout North America."
--Matt Forster, Best Tent Camping: Michigan (Menasha Ridge Press).
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