Copper Range Historical Society/Museum

The Copper Range Historical Museum documents the lives and occupations of people in the early twentieth century on the copper range in southern Houghton County in the Keweenaw Peninsula. Their digital collections include an oral history interview with a miner named Wilfred Erickson, the personal correspondence of Copper Range Company general manager Lucius Lee Hubbard, a photographic collection, and (with Painesdale Mine and Shaft) an extensive collection of records documenting the Copper Range Company from 1898 to 1966. Displays focus on the Copper Range Company and life in general during that time.


Contact Information:
Copper Range Historical Museum
44 Trimountain Ave.
P.O. Box 148
South Range, MI 49963
(906) 482-6125