Dickinson County

Basic Information

County Seat: Iron Mountain

Origin of Name: Donald M. Dickinson, Postmaster General under President Grover Cleveland

Set Off: 1891

Organized: 1891

Population in 1990: 26,831

Material Available

For many counties the number of items listed is quite long. Navigational buttons are located only at the end of the list. This list of material represents the library's holdings as of July 1997. Be sure to check with us for any additional items we may now have either by contacting the library or by pressing the " Centra-Libraries Catalog" link to the left.

Blomquist, Beatrice. Felch Township Centennial Book, 1878-1978. Norway, MI: Norway Current, 1978.

Born from Iron: Iron Mountain, Michigan, 1879-1979. Iron Mountain, MI: Iron Mountain Centennial Committee, 1978.

Centennial, Vulcan, Michigan, 1872-1972. Vulcan, MI: 1972.

Crowell, Leonora A. Letters, 1882-1885. Iron Mountain, MI: Mid Peninsula Library Federation, 1976.

Cummings, William John. The Dickinson County Courthouse and Jail: The Seat of Government and Justice for Michigan's Newest County. n.p., 1988.

Cummings, William J. The Norway Fire of 1888 and the Rebuilding of the Business District in Old Town. [W.J. Cummings, 1988].

Cummings, William J. Waucedah: Site of the First Mine to Ship Ore from the Menominee Iron Range and the First Stop on the Menominee River Railway. [n.p., 1989].

Dickinson County Area. Things to Do, Sights to See. . . Michigan's 4 Season Playground. [Iron Mountain, MI: Iron Mountain- Kingford Chamber of Commerce, 1962].

Dulan, Mary L. Our Frontier Days on the Menominee Range. Iron Mountain, MI: Keep America Beautiful, 1973. (Iron Mountain).

Mattson, Walter. From Felch to Iron Mountain: 1912 Horse & Buggy Ride. Grand Marais, MI: Voyageur Press, 1975.

A Souvenir of Dickinson County, Michigan. Iron Mountain, MI: C.O. Stiles, [1902].

Stevens, Viola. A History of Channing, Michigan. [Green Bay, WI:] Stevens, 1977.

Sundquist, Walter R. They Called Him "John E.": A Biography of John E. Anderson, a Pioneer of Norway, Michigan. Iron Mountain, MI: R.H. Anderson, [197-].

Welcome to the Hub of Michigan's Upper Peninsula and Northeastern Wisconsin. [Iron Mountain, MI: Chamber of Commerce, 1968].​