Marquette Fiction Personality Quiz: Which female character are you?
The Marquette Trilogy is full of female characters whom readers love—or love to hate. I’ve picked five of my favorite women from the series so readers can find out just which character they are most like. Take the personality quiz and see whether you are surprised by the results.
The Queen City
Iron Pioneers - Book One of the 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. They and their companions, Irish and German immigrants, French Canadians, and fellow New Englanders dream of a great metropolis at the center of the iron ore industry. Despite blizzards and near starvation, devastating fires and financial hardships, these iron pioneers persevere until their wilderness village first becomes integral to the Union cause in the Civil War and then a prosperous modern city. More
The Queen City - Book Two of the Marquette Trilogy
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. More