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A CARNEGIE MUSEUM of the KEWEENAW VIRTUAL PRESENTATION
Professor Emeritus, Civil, Environmental, and Geospatial Engineering
Michigan Technological University
When the copper rush arrived in the Keweenaw Peninsula, it also saw the start of the development of an extensive rail network. In this livestream Zoom presentation, Sproule introduces and explores the history of the many railroad companies that operated in the Copper Country and linked the area to the rest of the United States.
Questions and/or comments will be accepted during the talk through Zoom chat, and will be addressed after the presentation. You'll also have the opportunity at this time to ask questions directly.
Join this live presentation on Zoom up to 10 minutes before 7 p.m. You will be prompted to download the free Zoom app if you do not already have it. For those with a Zoom app, the Meeting ID is: 816 0900 9014.