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Baraga County Historical Museum
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[http://www.baragacountyhistoricalmuseum.com/ http://www.baragacountyhistoricalmuseum.com/]<br>P.O. Box 567<br>Baraga, MI 49908
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PHONE: (906) 353-8444 or (906) 353-6810<br>EMAIL: jdompier@up.net
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The Baraga County Historical Museum has a complete record of all BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS, in Baraga County from 1875 to 1950s. For information prior to 1875, records of birth, marriages and deaths would be in the Houghton County files. The Museum also has a large photograph collection that may be copied for families searching for their roots.<br>The Museum also has the Strieter scrapbook which was Mrs. Strieter’s collection of photographs and newspaper clippings of all babies born in her birthing home. This book unfortunately has been badly vandalized and is not available to the general public for review; however, Museum volunteers will search it for you.

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Baraga County Historical Museum

http://www.baragacountyhistoricalmuseum.com/
P.O. Box 567
Baraga, MI 49908

PHONE: (906) 353-8444 or (906) 353-6810
EMAIL: jdompier@up.net

The Baraga County Historical Museum has a complete record of all BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS, in Baraga County from 1875 to 1950s. For information prior to 1875, records of birth, marriages and deaths would be in the Houghton County files. The Museum also has a large photograph collection that may be copied for families searching for their roots.
The Museum also has the Strieter scrapbook which was Mrs. Strieter’s collection of photographs and newspaper clippings of all babies born in her birthing home. This book unfortunately has been badly vandalized and is not available to the general public for review; however, Museum volunteers will search it for you.