Alpha Mine, Balkan-Judson Mine, Alpha, Menominee iron range, Iron Co., Michigan, USA
A part of the Alpha Mine (see also) that was absorbed into the Balkan-Judson Mine. The Alpha shipped its first recorded load of ore in 1903. The property description for this piece is NE-NW Sec. 13 T42N-R33W, which is the 40 acres between N46º2'23", N46º2'36", W88º22'38", and W88º22'57".
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Bernhardt M. (2001) (editor) "Men, Mines, and Memories", Iron County Museum, Caspian, Michigan.
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