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History of the Lake Huron shore

H.R. Page & Co

History of the Lake Huron shore

With illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers

by H.R. Page & Co

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Published by H.R. Page & co. in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes Bay, Iosco, Alpena and Alcona counties in Michigan.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 p. L., [9]-280 p.
    Number of Pages280
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25528452M
    OCLC/WorldCa2592218

      HURON COUNTY — The Huron County Health Department announced the closure of Bird Creek Park and Wagener County Park beaches Aug. 19 due to high E. coli levels. Storms have pushed an early 20th-century shipwreck toward the shore of Lake Huron, according to a news report. The Alpena News reports that part of the Joseph S. Fay wreck has been pushed inland.

    On certain Lake Huron beaches, as, more famously, along the state’s Lake Michigan shore, hikers might turn up a geologic treasure: the Petoskey stone, actually fossilized remains of colonial. History of the City of Harrisville, Centennial Year, Harrisville, MI: Alcona County Review, History of the Lake Huron Shore: With Illustrations and Biographical.

    Lake St. Clair Light (42°'N., 82°'W.), 52 feet above the water, is shown from a white square tower on a cylindrical base on the NW side of the channel at the slight turn near its midpoint. A radar beacon is at the ligh t. The W, or Michigan shore of Lake St. Clair, has been extensively developed with homes, yacht clubs, and marinas. 4 Shore Cottages We feature 4 lovely cottages with stunning Lake Huron views from every cottage, right in the heart of Port Austin, Michigan. All cottages include parking, individual fire pits, charcoal grills, picnic tables and lounge chairs overlooking the beautiful Port Austin State Harbor.


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Lake Huron has the largest shore line length of any of the Great Lakes, counting islands. Lake Huron is separated from Lake Michigan, which lies at the same level, by the 5-mile-wide ( km), fathom-deep ( ft; 37 m) History of the Lake Huron shore book of Mackinac, making them hydrologically the same body of water (sometimes called Lake Michigan-Huron and sometimes described as two 'lobes of the same lake').Location: North America.

The potential of the region is written about in Edith M. Cameron’s book “Pioneers in a Land of Promise”. In the book it is quoted, “The North Shore of Lake Huron presents an undulating country, rising into hills which sometimes attain the height of and feet above the lake.

Port Franks resident Heather Bradley remembers reading a book decades ago called “Yon Sand-beaten Shore.” The page history of her community contains a haunting description of a truck, laden with the bodies of shipwrecked sailors, travelling from the Lake Huron shore and through the streets of Port Franks to the morgue.

Now the year-old Espanola author has compiled his work into a new book. The History and Location of North Shore Logging Camps is a page compendium chronicling Haegeman’s adventures visiting logging camps along the North Shore of Lake Huron, which were operational from the s to the s.

The Bruce Peninsula is a peninsula in Ontario, Canada, that lies between Georgian Bay and the main basin of Lake peninsula extends roughly northwestwards from the rest of Southwestern Ontario, pointing towards Manitoulin Island, with which it forms the widest strait joining Georgian Bay to the rest of Lake Huron.

The Bruce Peninsula contains part of the geological formation known as. History of the Lake Huron shore. With illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers. Rights/Permissions: Users are free to cite and link to digital content without asking for permission.

Where applicable, subject to copyright. Lakes Michigan-Huron and St. Clair smashed the all-time high marks by 4 inches, while Lake Erie bested its record by one inch.

The same lakes set monthly records in April. Archive of Articles About the History of Huron. The Interurban Railroad and the Lake Shore Electric Railway. November 20th, Interurban railroads were electrically-powered trains designed to connect communities together.

A quick and cheap alternative to regular railroads, canals, or horses, the interurban became a popular mode of travel at. Book Now. Like: Follow: Message: More: About. 1, mi Lakeport Dr, Lakeport, MI. Jenny Ann Pytleski — The North Shore Resort is a unique boutique cottage rental property on Lake Huron.

There are several beautiful custom cottages, all are updated to March 2. The Huron Shores Public Library hosts a Book Club on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at p.m.

If you enjoy books and lively discussions, this is for. Mackinac Island is a square-mile island that lies tucked away on the western tip of Lake Huron at the eastern end of the Straits of Mackinac, in the U.S. state of Michigan.

Lying right off shore from the base of Michigan’s upper peninsula, just a minute ferry ride from the city of Ignace, the island has a year-round population of only. Lake Michigan from Pentwater to Manistee MI 5 NM offshore to mid lake (LMZ/) Lake Huron (Zone Name (Zone number/SAME code) Lake Huron (U.S.

portion) - all zones; Lake Huron MAFOR (LHZ/ 1) Lake Huron from 5 NM east of Mackinac Bridge to Presque Isle Light MI to the U.S./Canadian border 5 NM offshore (LHZ/). By later in the day the fire rips across Michigan only to be stopped by the shores of Lake Huron north of Port Huron at the southern end of the lake.

Historians and meteorologists point to a cyclone like a system of winds parked over the eastern plains. Lake Huron is so darn big, 23, square miles, with depths up to feet, and its history so rich and varied, it wasn’t like I could really do it justice in a couple of pages.

I decided to focus on the lake as experienced from the south shore of the Island, which is, after all, what people really think about when you say, “Lake Huron.”. The path that is along the eastern shore of Lake St.

Clair and the St. Clair River and along the way you will see sparkling Lake St. Clair and the St. Clair River, historic homes, inns and. Skinny dips and sunken treasures -- Book 2. Lost off Lake Huron's shore -- 1. Summertime and the living -- 2.

Ghosts in Georgian Bay -- 3. Wonders of the deep -- 4. Huron's story of two survivors -- 5. Ship-to-shore spirit -- 6.

Death at the wheel -- 7. Strike it rich below -- 8. November 7 to 12, -- 9. Huron rescues and Flying Dutchmen 4/5(3).

DESCRIPTION St. Vital Point is a prominent, though narrow, neck of limestone angling into Lake Huron's northern waters. On the Point's eastern shore are some of the finest sand beaches that remain undeveloped on northern Lake Huron.

These wide sandy beaches are rimmed by a paralleling low barrier dune partially stabilized by beach grasses. Shore galore. It might not be the largest Great Lake but Lake Huron gets the award for longest shoreline. This is partly because of islands you'll find in the lake that borders the east.A popular holiday spot, the southern section of the Lake Huron shoreline is Ontario at its most delightful, with long sandy beaches and a steep bluff trailing along the lakeshore – all interrupted by the occasional river valley and a string of pretty country towns.

The water is much less polluted than Lake Ontario, the sunsets are fabulously beautiful, and in The Pinery the region possesses.