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" This was the case not only in Michigan but in other states as well, most notably Minnesota. No other nationality, it has been said, ever dug so much iron from American soil. From the copper mines of Houghton and Keweenaw counties the Finnish population... "
Sources for the Study of Migration and Ethnicity: A Guide to Manuscripts in ... - Page 190
edited by - 1979 - 337 pages
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Bulletin, Issue 26

1976
...Thus the Finn, who had never been a miner, became one in the United States. This was not only the case in Michigan but in other states as well, most notably...population spread to other parts of the Upper Peninsula like the iron districts in Marquette County and along the Gogebic Range. Finns tended to follow the...
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