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English: Redridge Timber Crib Dam, Salmon Trout River, Beacon Hill, Houghton County, MI. This dam preceded the Redridge Steel Dam and was inundated by it. After that dam was taken out of service, it was exposed again.
Date July 1978
Source Historic American Engineering Record, Library of Congress HAER MICH,31-BEHIL,2-1
Author Photographer: Jet Lowe
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47° 8′ 50.25″ N, 88° 45′ 47.45″ W

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