page, I think, is going to be one of those
"must-see-just-because" pages! It's going to
contain everything else that can't be slotted into
one of the site's other pages. The subject may not
have anything to do with Gogebic County, let alone
genealogy; although I must admit it will always LEAN
in that direction at least in a small way.
Pasty recipe -
Pronounced "pass-tee." This is a hearty and hot,
all-in-one meal that the miners of the U.P. carried
into the copper and iron mines along with their
tea. Some miners reheated their pasties
underground; others kept them at body temperature in
a chest pocket. Another way of warming a pasty
while underground in a mine was to set it on a
shovel and hold the pasty up to the light of a
lantern. Brought to you from the 1850s by our
ancestors from Cornwall, England!
some diseases or causes of death - Got an ancestor
on whose death certificate has some weird-named
cause of death? You just might find out what it
means on the list of diseases here.