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Historical Markers in Iron River, Michigan

 
Clickable Map of Iron County, Michigan and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Iron County, MI (8) Baraga County, MI (1) Dickinson County, MI (8) Gogebic County, MI (14) Houghton County, MI (23) Marquette County, MI (23) Ontonagon County, MI (2) Florence County, WI (0) Forest County, WI (3) Vilas County, WI (13)  IronCounty(8) Iron County (8)  BaragaCounty(1) Baraga County (1)  DickinsonCounty(8) Dickinson County (8)  GogebicCounty(14) Gogebic County (14)  HoughtonCounty(23) Houghton County (23)  MarquetteCounty(23) Marquette County (23)  OntonagonCounty(2) Ontonagon County (2)  FlorenceCountyWisconsin(0) Florence County (0)  ForestCounty(3) Forest County (3)  VilasCounty(13) Vilas County (13)
Crystal Falls is the county seat for Iron County
Iron River is in Iron County
      Iron County (8)  
ADJACENT TO IRON COUNTY
      Baraga County (1)  
      Dickinson County (8)  
      Gogebic County (14)  
      Houghton County (23)  
      Marquette County (23)  
      Ontonagon County (2)  
      Florence County, Wisconsin (0)  
      Forest County, Wisconsin (3)  
      Vilas County, Wisconsin (13)  
 
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1Michigan (Iron County), Iron River — 213 — First Roadside Park
In 1918 the Iron County Board of Supervisors approved the recommendation of the road commission, through its engineer-manager, Herbert F. Larson, to purchase this 320-acre tract of roadside virgin timber and to dedicate it as a forest preserve. The . . . Map (db m125084) HM
2Michigan (Iron County), Iron River — Larson Park
Mining Bates Township had three mines: The Bates, Chicagon, and Rogers. Together they shipped a total of 8,196,380 tons of ore from 1909-1947. Forestry Larson Park sits in a tract of 320 acres of old growth forest. There are two . . . Map (db m103472) HM
 
 
  
  
  
 
 
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Dec. 10, 2022