The Complete Marquette Trilogy
When iron ore is discovered in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula in the 1840s, entrepreneur Gerald Henning and his beautiful socialite wife Clara travel from Boston to the little village of Marquette on the shores of Lake Superior.
Meticulously researched, warmly written, and spanning half a century, Iron Pioneers is a testament to the spirit that forged America.
6"x9" paperback - 476 pages.
Read the First Chapter: Iron Pioneers
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During the first half of the twentieth century, Marquette grows into the Queen City of the North. Here is the tale of a small town undergoing change as its horses are replaced by streetcars and automobiles, and its pioneers are replaced by new generations who prosper despite two World Wars and the Great Depression.
6"x9" paperback - 479 pages
Read the First Chapter: The Queen City
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The Marquette Trilogy comes to a satisfying conclusion as it brings together characters and plots from the earlier novels and culminates with Marquette’s sesquicentennial celebrations in 1999.
6"x9" paperback - 468 pages
Read the First Chapter: Superior Heritage
Go to Superior Heritage page
The Marquette Trilogy
Buy the Complete Marquette Trilogy - Iron Pioneers, The Queen City, and Superior Heritage, all signed by the author. Note Delivery by ore boat not included.
Price includes book & shipping Media rate. Allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. Michigan residents will be charged an additional 6% sales tax.