MINES copper in Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, Isle Royale, Mich; all the copper used by North American Indians to manufacture jewelry and utensils, came from this mine. For cavarlo warmed and moistened the rock so you crepava and with a stone hammer broke easily to reach the vein leading to the lump of metal. Rebuilding local museum. Chromos, Wis., Circa 1925.

Stati Uniti d'America

title: COPPER MINE

subject date: 2014-11-24

caption: MINES copper in Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, Isle Royale, Mich; all the copper used by North American Indians to manufacture jewelry and utensils, came from this mine. For cavarlo warmed and moistened the rock so you crepava and with a stone hammer broke easily to reach the vein leading to the lump of metal. Rebuilding local museum. Chromos, Wis., Circa 1925.

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continent: Nord America

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anthropologyetnoantropologiaethnologyEthnographysurface minemineralextractionChippewaOjibwayAlgonquinAmerindiansNative AmericaNative AmericansLake SuperiorGreat LakesMichiganU.S.AmericaUseUSAUnited States of AmericaAmerican Indiansminemetalcopper

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