<em>Emperor</em> is one of the most dived sites of Isle Royale National Park. The popularity of the site can be attributed to the visual impact of this imposing site.
<em>Emperor's</em> starboard anchor is still shipped, although it has slipped out of the pocket. The anchor was not intentionally dropped during the wreck event, according to historical accounts.
Through A Call to Action, Isle Royale National Park has been working to go green by transitioning from diesel generators to solar power to generate electricity.
Significance: The shipwrecks located within the archipelago of Isle Royale represent many types and stages of the development of maritime steam technology. Vessel types include passenger steamers, bulk, and pa... More
The original finding aid described this photograph as: Keywords: Forest, vegetation Credit: K. Mirza/S. Olson Digital Photographs Relating to the Environment
Rubus parviflorus. Very common plant on the island. Large maple-shaped leaves with a large, white flower. (Tall stem in middle of photo is cow parsnip, not thimbleberry.)