Copper is what built the Keweenaw from remote forests to thriving cosmopolitan communities.  Calumet, in the heart of the Copper Country, was 60,000 strong by 1890.  When copper production declined, however, so did the copper-dependent economic structure of the Keweenaw.  Now, the headquarters of the Keweenaw National Historical Park, Calumet is working not only to preserve its rich history and architecture but also to restore the vibrancy of the community through its Main Street Program.

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