Bibliography for the English

The following items are housed at the J.M. Longyear Research Library.

Jenkin, Hamilton A.K. The Cornish Miner

Call Number: 622.0942 J41

Abstract: About mining in Cornwall, no mention of U.P. mining. Includes chapters of different mining jobs, Cornish home life, and different eras of mining.

Marquette County Historical Society. Cornish Americans

Call Number: Pamphlet File 305.8

Abstract: Newspaper clippings from The Mining Journal about Cornish Immigrants in the U.P. Also contains clippings from various other magazines and publications.

Marquette County Historical Society. Pasties

Call Number: Pamphlet File 641.59

Abstract: Newspaper clippings from the Daily Mining Journal about the Cornish Pasty. Also includes clippings from other publications.

Rowe, John. The Hard-Rock Men: Cornish Immigrants and the North American Mining Frontier

Call Number: 338.2 R79

Abstract: Page 62-96 History of Cornish mining in the Upper Peninsula and across America. Other chapters include a look at Cornwall, why the Cornish came to America, and other big U.S. mining sites.

Rydholm, Fred. Cornish Wrestling – A U.P. Sport

Call Number: Harlow’s Wooden Man Vol. 20 #1

Abstract: This article on Cornish Wrestling in the Upper Peninsula discusses different styles of wrestling and a few well-known wrestlers.

Sherry, Gertrude Uren. Lake Angeline: A Cornish Mining Location

Call Number: Manuscript Case

Abstract: History of the Lake Angeline community in Ishpeming. The author Describes the community and her house, holidays, wash days, what they ate, and events in town.

Thomas, Herbert. Cornish Mining Interviews

Call Number: 942.37 T36

Abstract: Published in 1896. Document contains interviews with Cornish miners. Pages 33-48 mention Upper Peninsula mining. Other interviews are on a variety of topics, mining engineering, and underground photography.

Todd, Arthur Cecil. The Cornish Miner in America

Call Number: 622.2 T56

Abstract: Pages 114-151. Talks about Keweenaw Peninsula mines. Also talks about many mining locales across America. Includes a lot of great photographs of Cornish miners.