Quincy Mining Company Smelting Works Preservation Study, 2002-2003.

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United States. National Park Service. Quincy Mining Company Smelting Works Preservation Study, 2002-2003.

Quincy Mining Company Smelting Works Preservation Study, 2002-2003.

Preservation study, 2002-2003, by the National Park Service of the Quincy Mining Company Smelting Works in Hancock, Michigan. The study produced a preservation and rehabilitation plan for the site. Includes a Historic Land Use Survey by Michigan Technological University as well as critical safety and preservation needs assessment documents, condition and stabilization studies, and alternative use studies.

0.18 cubic feet; 1/2 manuscript box (letter size)

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