• Underground Tamarack Trammer Car

    Keweenaw

    National Historical Park Michigan

Partner Resources

A contractor completes the final touches of historic preservation work on the exterior of Calumet's Union Building.
A contractor completes the final touches of historic preservation work on the exterior of Calumet's Union Building.
NPS Photo, Dan Johnson.
 

The National Park Service works with a wide array of non-profit organizations, educational institutions, city, state, federal and tribal entities, as well as the private sector on projects and programs in parks and beyond park boundaries. Contained on these pages are links to various resources that our partners may find useful in their efforts of historic preservation, museum object management and interpretation. The National Park Service does not control or guarantee the content, relevance, timeliness, or accuracy of the materials on these sites, nor does the NPS endorse the organization, its views, products or services.

 
 
 

Did You Know?

This exposed vein of copper bearing rock leading into Lake Superior at Fort Wilkins State Park provided evidence of the area's copper wealth

Early native peoples began the first metal mining in North America over 7,000 years ago with copper mining on Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula. Copper was fashioned into tools and items that were traded throughout North America.