Biddle House, Mackinac Island

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#4 of 8 in Historic Sites in Mackinac Island
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The Biddle House is a historic house and fur trade shop space, built before 1800 on Market Street on Mackinac Island in the U.S. state of Michigan. It is part of Mackinac Island State Park. It is a Michigan Registered Site and a contributing resource to Mackinac Island's status as a National Historic Landmark.
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  • Interesting approach on how indigenous people in the area accepted/rejected merchants in the early 1800's. 
    Interesting approach on how indigenous people in the area accepted/rejected merchants in the early 1800's.  more »
  • We enjoyed learning more about the Native Islanders, and the Tribe(s) they represented. Their struggles to retain land and rights in the region continues, and much is explained in an excellent way... 
    We enjoyed learning more about the Native Islanders, and the Tribe(s) they represented. Their struggles to retain land and rights in the region continues, and much is explained in an excellent way...  more »
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  • So glad we stopped! Blacksmith was extremely friendly and took the time to explain process. Definitely worth a look.
  • Small museum with a few Native American artifacts on display and informative history displays. Extra credit for blacksmith shop and docent in kitchen.

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