Books About the Upper Peninsula
Books about the U. P.

Anchor In Naubinway Cafe & Gift Shop is located on Highway US-2, 42 miles west of the Mackinac Bridge by Lake Michigan.  Stop for a deli sandwich, salad, specialty coffee, tea, or one of our delightful deserts and ice cream specialties. Wi-Fi area with comfortable seating, fireplace, & TV. Gift Shop featuring local artists. Nice selection of books about the Upper Peninsula. Open daily. W11632 US-2, Naubinway, MI 49762. Phone: 906-477-1120.

Camping in Cloverland with Henry Ford by Guy Forstrom.  Travel with Henry Ford on his 1923 camping trip in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan with Thomas Edison, Harvey Firestone, Edward Kingsford and their wives.

Falling Rock Cafe & Bookstore in downtown Munising. Bookstore features new books, several about the Upper Peninsula, thousands of used books, and items created by local artists. Wireless internet service. Stop by Saturday nights for music and enjoy other events that take place during the week. A wonderful spot to have a bite as you browse this interesting shop in one of the oldest buildings in Munising. Phone: 906-387-3008. Located on M-28 at 104 East Munising Ave., Munising, MI 49862

Ghost Stories. Books about Michigan Ghosts by Jan Langley
A Ghostly Road Tour of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. True Stories of Ghostly Hauntings in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan" by Jan Langley. Tour these interesting haunted places in the comfort of your chair or visit them when you are in the Upper Peninsula.
 
Startled from their Graves: Ghosts of Michigan. Enjoy this exciting new collection of ghost stories from the thumb of Michigan's Lower Peninsula and the Upper Peninsula. Take a journey to mysterious places where unusual happenings have occurred and spirits have been Startled from their Graves.
 
The Captain and Harry, A children's book about the Seul Choix PointeLighthouse.  Captain Joseph Townshend, lighthouse keeper from 1901-1910, joins Harry, a very fat field mouse, for mysterious adventures.

NEW: A Guide to Michigan's Keweenaw Copper District by Lawrence J. Molloy. This updated version of Copper Country Road Trips is filled with Photographs, Maps, and Tours of the Keweenaw . . . Past and Present. Enjoy Keweenaw History From The Comfort Of Your Car. Guide book for tours of mainly mining locations, sites and ruins plus other historical sites. Includes maps, pictures, historical information and precise directions. Published and printed by Great Lakes GeoScience, Hubbell, Michigan. Available at Red Metal Minerals at Gitche Gumee Landing, 202 Ontonagon St. Ontonagon, MI 49953 or by mail order. $29.00 Price includes shipping. Phone: 906-884-6618 or E-mail: redmetal@charter.net

Quincy Mine Gift Shop: Part of the Keweenaw National Historic Park. The Gift Shop is filled with books, rocks & minerals, shirts, and a wide variety of interesting items with online ordering. Tours of the Quincy Mine Site include a Surface Only Tour, Surface Tour with Tram Ride, and the Full tour that includes a trip into the 7th level of the mine. The grounds are open to the public free of charge so stop by and visit this historic mine site and browse in the gift shop. Quincy Mine Hoist Association, 49750 US Highway 41, Hancock MI 49930. Phone: 906-482-3101

Red Metal Minerals offers books on the history and geology of copper mining. Located at U.P. Candle Company at Gitche Gumee Landing, at the north end of River Street in Ontonagon MI. 202 Ontonagon St. Ontonagon, MI 49953. Phone: 906-884-6618. Mail order. E-mail: redmetal@charter.net All books are plus shipping charges

  • "Copper Country Road Trips" by Larry Malloy. Enjoy Keweenaw History form the comfort of your car. Price: $18.00
  • "Keweenaw Copper: Geology and History" by Theodore J. Bornhorst & Larry D. Lankton Price: $12.00
  • "Self-guided Geological Field Trip to the Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan," by Theodore J. Bornhorst & William I. Rose. Price: $30.00
  • "A Visitor's Guide to the Historic Quincy Mine" by Lawrence J. Malloy. Price $10.00

The Village Artisans of Garden Art Gallery is filled with fine arts and crafts created by Upper Peninsula Artists including books written by local authors. The Garden Art Gallery is open daily from Mid-May through Mid-October. Located between Escanaba and Manistique, 8 miles south of US-2. Turn south at Garden Corners on Highway M-183 to the town of Garden.

 

 

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