The contract for constructing the lighthouse and two wooden piers to mark Superior Entry was awarded to Captain R. Coburn of Superior, but stonemason Adam Dopp, a German immigrant, is credited with doing most of the work on the lighthouse.
The towers foundation was laid with blue rubblestone, while red brick, brought by ship from Cleveland, was used in the tower and attached one-and-a-half-story dwelling. The forty-foot tower had two, twelve-pane windows, one at ground level and the other on the opposite of the tower just below the lantern room, and was coated, inside and out, with a lime and cement mortar mixture.
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Five years later, on August 6, 1885, the pierhead light was re-established using gasoline as the illuminant, and Minnesota Point Light went dark for good.