Marquette County

There are two places named Marquette County in the United States:

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M-553 (Michigan Highway)
... It connects M-35 near Gwinn with the Marquette Bypass, an expressway carrying US Highway 41 (US 41) and M-28 in Marquette ... M-553 connects Marquette with Sawyer International Airport at the unincorporated community of K.I ... Sawyer AFB, the former site of a US Air Force base, in the Sands Plains area of Marquette County ...
Marquette, Michigan - Museums, Galleries, Lighthouses
... The Marquette Maritime Museum is located along the Lake Superior shoreline near the U.S ... season and offers an extensive collection of maritime artifacts involving the maritime history of Marquette ... Tours of the historic Marquette Harbor Lighthouse are also available and just to the north of Marquette, the Big Bay Point Light is operated as a bed and breakfast ...
County Road 492 (Marquette County, Michigan)
... County Road 492 (CR 492, Co. 492) is a primary county road in Marquette County, Michigan ... as an alternate route between Negaunee and Marquette ...
National Register Of Historic Places Listings In Iron County, Michigan - History
... Iron County, originally part of Marquette County, was first surveyed in 1851 ... Although the original 1851 survey of the county noted the presence of iron ore, European settlers began arriving in numbers in 1875, prospecting for iron ore ... the two main population centers of the county, and the success of the mines brought more prospectors to the area, with 70 mines eventually producing ore in the county ...

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