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Negaunee, Michigan
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Negaunee is located on US-41 in Marquette County. The village was incorporated in 1865, and became a city in 1873. Negaunee is home to the Michigan Iron Industry Museum. Population: 4,741. It was first settled by the Jackson Iron Company (see Jackson, Michigan) in 1846. The Pioneer Furnace opened here in 1857. The settlement was given a post office as Neganne on January 21, 1858, with Edward C. Hungerford as its first postmaster; the spelling was changed to Negaunee on February 11, 1858. In 1865, J.P. Pendill and the Pioneer Company had two plats made, that of the former called Iron and of the latter Negaunee; on these two plats, together with some of the Jackson land, the present city stands. Incorporated as a village in 1865 and as a city in 1873. Negaunee is Chippewa for "pioneer". Informational excerpts from Michigan Place Names, by Walter Romig, L.H.D.

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ATTRACTIONS:  Amusement Parks, Casinos, Farms & Mills, Historic Sites, Lighthouses, Museums, Planetariums, Tours, Waterfalls, Wineries, and Zoos

Michigan Iron Industry Museum, 73 Forge Road, Negaunee, MI 49866, Phone: (906) 475-7857

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Negaunee Historical Society Museum, 303 East Main Street, Negaunee, MI 49866, Phone: (906) 475-4614

DINING 0UT:  Breweries, Dinner Trains & Cruises, Restaurants, and Wineries


PLACES TO STAY:  Apartments, Bed & Breakfasts, Cabins & Cottages, Condominiums, Historic Inns, Hotels & Motels, Resorts and Vacation Homes

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Union Station [Bed & Breakfasts], 212 Gold St., Negaunee MI 49861, Phone: (906) 475-7939

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS:  Business, Civic, Clubs, Colleges, Fraternal, Independent Schools, Political, Public Schools, Religious, Social,  Universities, Veteran, etc.

Greater Ishpeming-Negaunee Area Chamber of Commerce [Chambers of Commerce], 910 US Hwy 41 West, Ishpeming, MI 49849, Phone: (906) 486-1111

Marquette County [Tourism & Visitor Bureaus], 337 West Washington Street, Marquette, Michigan 49855, Phone: (906) 228-7749

Michigan Tree Farm System, 501 Norway Street, Grayling, MI 49738, (989) 348-9319

Upper Peninsula Online [Internet Business Directory], 3980 Curtisville Rd., South Branch, MI 48761, Phone: (989) 726-4416

INDOOR & OUTDOOR RECREATION:  Beaches, Biking, Boating, Bowling, Camping, Dog-sledding, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking, Hunting, Kayaking, ORVing, Nature & Parks, Scuba Diving & Snorkling, Skating & Hockey, Skiing, Sports Rentals, Snowmobiling, Snowshoeing.

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ATTENTION GEM & MINERAL HUNTERS.  Between Negaunee and Ishpeming is a knoll known as Jasper Hill. It is made up of Jaspilite - brilliant light red bands of jasper alternating with bands of hard, bluish-black, specular hematite. The Jaspilite is folded, bent and twisted in a most fanciful fashion. When polished, specimens assume a very beautiful polish.

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Bear Mountain [Hunting & Fishing Preserves], 324 County Road 480, Negaunee, MI 49866, Phone: (906) 475-9676

Iron Ore Heritage Trail [Biking, Hiking & Snowmobile Trails], 337 W. Washington Street, Marquette, MI 49855, Phone: (906) 235-2923. The Iron ORe Heritage Trail is a 48-mile rail trail across Marquette County in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. 28 miles of the trail are either paved and or a crushed limestone/granite. It interprets the sites and stories of the Marquette Iron Range and connects the most populated cities of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The trail is open for walkers, runners, bikers and nature enthusiasts in the warm  weather months. Much of the trail is open to snowmobiles from December 1 to March 1. It is the only long distance bike trail in the U.P.

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Mid-U.P. Shooters, Inc. [Sporting Clays], PO Box 206, Negaunee, Michigan 49866, Phone:  (906) 475-4957

MJ Charters Inc. [Sport Fishing Charters], 91 N. Basin Drive, Negaunee, MI,49866, Phone: (800( 676-9821

Negaunee Township Touring Trail [Cross-Country Ski Trails], 42 M-35, Negaunee, MI 49866, Phone: (906) 475-7869

Rod and Gun Club [Shooting & Target Range], 341 North Road, Negaunee, MI 49866, Phone: (906) 475-4957

SERVICES:  Building, Dental, Personal, Professional, Medical, Real Estate, Rental, Repair, etc.

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SHOPPING:  Antique Shops & Flea Markets, Art & Craft Galleries, Florists, Gift Shops, Outlet Malls, Shopping Centers, Shopping Districts, and Specialty Shops

Kate's Collectibles [Antique Shops & Flea Markets], 28 US-41 East, Negaunee, MI 49849, Phone: (906) 475-4443

Old Bank Building Antique Mall & Annex [Antique Shops & Flea Markets], 331 & 320 Iron Street, Nagaunee, MI 48949, Phone: (906) 475-4777




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