The Most Interesting Historical Places in Upper Peninsula

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Historical Places in Upper Peninsula

Point Iroquois Light is a lighthouse on a Chippewa County bluff in the U.S. state of Michigan. Point Iroquois and its light mark the division
Quincy Mine , Hancock
The Quincy Mine is an extensive set of copper mines located near Hancock, Michigan. The mine was owned by the Quincy Mining Company and opera
St Anne's Catholic Church , Mackinac Island
Tilt your head back to admire the curved ceiling and attractive motifs at St Anne's Catholic Church, constructed in 1874. The striking white
Fort Wilkins State Park , Copper Harbor
Fort Wilkins Historic State Park is a historical park operated by the U.S. state of Michigan at Copper Harbor, Michigan. It was placed on the
Fort Holmes , Mackinac Island
Sitting atop the highest ridge on the island, Fort Holmes represents the reconstruction of an early 19th-century wood and earthen fort and on
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