Steven Brisson, Chief Curator for Mackinac State Historic Parks, gave a public talk on Wednesday, April 14, 2010, as part of the Archival Speakers Series sponsored by the Michigan Tech Archives. His topic was D. Frederick Charlton, the first professional architect to reside permanently in the Upper Peninsula. Over four-hundred buildings are credited to Charlton, including important public . . .
We’ve been working with a graduate student researcher seeking references to the Bammert Farm which was active 1880s-1920 between Phoenix and Gratiot Lake in Keweenaw County. She is thinking that store records may indicate the Bammerts as customers — or maybe even selling farm products for sale through local stores. We compiled the following list . . .