Two pioneer mariners in town volunteered to walk on snowshoes to Keweenaw Bay where they commandeered one of the boats and sailed it back in a blinding snowstorm. The heroic sailors arrived in Marquette on Christmas Day with the grain along with immovable frozen sails and a foot of ice on the ship??s deck. As we??ve noted before, it??s a wonder that this region was ever settled. The early pioneers were very hardy and tenacious.
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