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Book or Pamphlet

Presque Isle River Journal Cover

Date: 1909
Description: A brown leather journal cover with the title "The Gang on the Presque Isle River 1909" stamped on in gold.
Map or Atlas

Presque Isle Map

Date: 1909
Description: A cyanoprint map of The Gang's journey down the Presque Isle River. There are small drawings around the border depicting the adventures of The Gang and Car...
Photograph

Man and Pigeon

Date: 1909
Description: An unidentified man is kneeling down and holding his hand out to a bird (probably a pigeon or a dove) in the town of Watersmeet.
Photograph

Nimrod the Dog

Date: 1909
Description: Carl Greene's dog Nimrod resting on the grass in Watersmeet. There is a chain on his collar, and The Gang's travel supplies, including a cased mandolin, ar...
Photograph

The Gang

Date: 1909
Description: The Gang at their campsite. From left to right are: Charles (Carl) Greene, Bill Marr, Dr. (Doc) Copeland, an unidentified man, and William MacLaren (Billy...
Photograph

Making Pie

Date: 1909
Description: The camp cook, Joe Paris, rolling out pie crust on a wooden box at a camp.
Photograph

Loading Supplies

Date: 1909
Description: The Gang loading their travel supplies at a campsite. From left to right are: Doc Copeland, Howard T. Greene, Bill Marr, Fred Carr, and Howard Greene.
Photograph

Railroad Bridge

Date: 1909
Description: View across water from shoreline towards a railroad bridge at a camp near Marenisco, Michigan. There is a log building on the opposite shoreline.
Photograph

Mail Camp 8

Date: 1909
Description: A view down a rustic road of "Mail Camp 8" near Marenisco, Michigan, including a number of log cabins.
Photograph

The Gang at Camp 2

Date: 1909
Description: A group portrait of The Gang at Camp 2. From left to right are: an unidentified man, Carl (who appears to be holding binoculars), Bill, Howard T., and Char...
Photograph

Camp 2

Date: 1909
Description: A view across water towards Camp 2, showing tents, canoes, and The Gang.
Photograph

Billy Mac

Date: 1909
Description: Billy Mac examining a plant. He is wearing a hat and a kerchief. There is a bridge behind him.
Photograph

Cascades

Date: 1909
Description: Cascades on the Presque Isle River near The Gang's camp.
Photograph

The Push Car

Date: 1909
Description: The Gang happens upon a mine push car at a mining site on Presque Isle. They are using the car to portage some of their supplies and gear.
Photograph

The First Portage

Date: 1909
Description: The Gang resting on a fallen tree during their first portage of the trip. From left to right are: Billy Mac, Fred Carr, Carl, Bill Marr, Howard T., Charles...
Photograph

End of the First Portage

Date: 1909
Description: A view through foliage of the canoes at the Presque Isle River, where The Gang completed their first portage of the trip.
Photograph

Landing at Camp 3

Date: 1909
Description: The Gang arriving at the site of their camp number three. Billy Mac and Bill Marr are walking along a dirt road toward Carl (left) and another of The Gang.
Photograph

Camp 3

Date: 1909
Description: The men are gathered around the mining camp table at their camp on Presque Isle River.
Photograph

Diamond Drill Outfit

Date: 1909
Description: An exterior view of a diamond drill outfit on Presque Isle River.
Photograph

Diamond Drill Outfit Interior

Date: 1909
Description: Several men standing next to gears and machinery inside a diamond drill outfit.

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