Mine (Copper Ghost Preserved) - The Central Mine in Michigan's Keweenaw
Peninsula was the most productive of all the fissure deposit mines,
producing nearly 52 million pounds of copper before playing out. The town
that grew around was abandoned, but today it is preserved for all.
Historic Townsite - Located on Michigan's Garden Peninsula, Fayette
Historic Town Site is a 19th Century, well preserved, company town, that
manufactured charcoal pig iron and lime from 1867 to 1891.