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Columbus Township is a civil township of Luce County in the U.S. state of Michigan. As of the 2000 census, the township population was 215.Communities Danaher is an unincorporated community at just north of M-28 west of Newberry. Laketon is an unincorporated community at, approximately 3mi west of McMillan. Laketon was a whistlestop on the Duluth, South Shore and Atlantic Railroad. A post office opened on March 11, 1902, with John M. Carr as its first postmaster. The office closed on May 15, 1913. McMillan is an unincorporated community at. The settlement began when the Duluth, South Shore and Atlantic Railroad was built through here in 1881. The station was named for James McMillan, then an executive of the railroad and future U.S. Senator from Michigan. McMillan's colleague in the railroad company, John Stoughton Newberry, is the namesake of the village of Newberry, approximately 10mi to the east. A post office was established on April 21, 1882, and the Mc Millan post office, with ZIP code 49853 serves central Columbus Township as well as much of Lakefield Township to the south and smaller portions of McMillan Township, to the east, and Portage Township to the south of Lakefield in Mackinac County. McMillan is in Upper Peninsula. Add McMillan and other destinations in United States to your travel plans using our United States trip planning app .

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