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AN UNPRECEDENTED JOURNEY

In his 2011 book Grand Traverse: The Civil War Era, Mitchell brings to life the prolific writings of Reverend George Smith of Northport and Grand Traverse Herald editor Morgan Bates. And through the eyes of these two men, the Civil War era is thrown into sharp relief.

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KEWEENAW PENINSULA

Stubbornly extending from Michigan’s Upper Peninsula into vast Lake Superior, the Keweenaw Peninsula is a largely undiscovered boating destination. It’s an isolated land of seemingly impenetrable woods, toothy reefs, the notorious gales of November and what the native people respectfully called “tall water,” yet the locals call it “God’s country.” They may be right.

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