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6 edition of A Sense of Place: Michigan"s Upper Peninsula found in the catalog.

A Sense of Place: Michigan"s Upper Peninsula

Essays in Honor of William & Margery Vandament

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  • 31 Currently reading

Published by Northern Michigan University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States - State & Local - General,
  • History: American,
  • History - U.S.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsRussell M. Magnaghi (Editor), Michael T. Marsden (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages270
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8341529M
    ISBN 100918616212
    ISBN 109780918616210

      The U.P. is one of the most underexplored parts of the U.S., mostly because it just takes so long to get up there. The closest big cities are Milwaukee, Minneapolis and Detroit, and none of those are actually anywhere close. You can fly to Marquet. An Environmental History of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan: An Outline My exquisite pleasure in the midst of the Estivant Pines is replaced with a sense of sadness and loss here on the Kingston Plains. I imagine that the Upper Peninsula was a better place before the arrival of peoples from Europe who trapped and hunted some animals to.

    Stephen resides in Bayfield WI. A great book for children with wonderful illustrations. The second children's book now available here is called "Y is for Yoopers" by Scott Reddinger who is a native of Iron Mountain. His book is an ABC book describing everything . THE BOOK CONTAINS HIGH RESOLUTION IMAGES. KEEP SCROLLING DOWN FOR IMAGES AND NARRATIVES. Cover Image – Male Blackburnian Warbler. Paul has spent over a decade exploring all areas of Michigan’s Eastern Upper Peninsula (EUP), walking countless hours along waterways, and through Lake Superior State Forest, and Hiawatha National Forest.

    The U.P. has always been sparsely populated, but the number of permanent residents remained fairly steady from to The total population estimate of , is the lowest since the beginning of the 20th century.. The population decline is a result of an aging population and a struggle to maintain and attract good jobs to the beautiful but isolated region, said Caralee Swanberg of. Turnkey Winery, Vineyard & Country Home An Idyllic Setting and Successful Commercial Property For Sale in Michigans Upper Peninsula Northern Sun Winery and Anthony Vineyard are nestled in scenic rolling hills of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, near the Wisconsin border, beautiful Lake Michigan and accessible from major tourist/travel routes.


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If you have Sonny Longtine's previous book called "Wading in Blood--Murders in Michigan" you really don't need a copy of "Murder in Michigan's Upper Peninsula." If you find it hard to acquire "Wading in Blood" this is a chance for you to read about the major cases, in addition to some minor ones, of murders that took place in the Upper /5(14).

CULTURE: The first Yoopers: The archaeological evidence / Marla Buckmaster --Cultural tracks: Finnish Americans in the Upper Peninsula / Michael Loukinen --Iron mining and immigrants: Negaunee and Ishpeming / Judith DeMark --HISTORY: Pre-statehood perceptions of Michigan's Upper Peninsula / Russell Magnaghi --UP statehood efforts span many.

Michigan is the only one of the states to be split into two large land segments: the sparsely populated but mineral-rich Upper Peninsula (commonly called “the U.P.”) slices eastward from northern Wisconsin between Lakes Superior and Michigan, and the mitten-shaped Lower Peninsula reaches northward from Indiana andfor most Michigan residents, an upturned right hand.

May have very minimal identifying marks on the inside cover. Very minimal wear and tear. Very minor wear. pages. The Upper Peninsula of Michigan – also known as Upper Michigan or colloquially the U.P. – is the northern and more elevated of the two major landmasses that make up the U.S.

state of Michigan, the other being the Lower is bounded primarily by Lake Superior to the north, separated from the Canadian province of Ontario at the east end by the St. Marys River, and flanked by Lake Area: 16, sq mi (42, km²).

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I am not usually a fan of short stories but I am a fan of Philip Caputo. All of the stories take place in Michigans upper peninsula, a place of wildness, beauty and water, where my husband I /5.

Owner Paula Pieropon grew up in the tiny little town of Spalding in the Upper Peninsula. After high school, she moved to Chicago to work for Amtrak, but missed her family and friends in the U.P.

It's bad in the sense that finding a place to hunt can be a real challenge as hunting pressure is intense. There is some public land to be had and some of it is very good. But, for the most part, southern Michigan is privately owned and hunting here means gaining access from a landowner — a task that's often much easier said than : Tony Hansen.

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Within a month, my husband, three kids, and I will be moving north into Michigans Upper Peninsula to a place where we will be starting from scratch. A new home, a new town, a new church, the dialogue gave me a real sense of/5.

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Going to school in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, I've always felt that I have been surrounded by nature lovers and avid hunters.

People count down to deer season like it's Christmas and eagerly await the day when most of the ice in Lake Superior is melted so that they can go cliff : Amber Maldonado.

Houghton in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula Houghton is a small city (population around 7,) in the northernmost tip of the Upper Peninsula (UP) of Michigan, otherwise known as the Keweenaw Peninsula. On a map, it’s in an area that looks like a finger sticking out into Lake Superior. The Wolverine State regularly leads the U.S.

in bowhunter numbers, with more thantaking to the field each year. And these archers tag a lot of bucks big enough to make the Pope & Young record book.

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Chill out on the shores of the bay or marvel at a nearby lighthouse. If natural relaxation is more your style, there are plenty of hiking trails in the area just waiting to be : Sophie Boudreau. Located at the northeastern tip of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, about a 2-hour drive from the Mackinac Bridge, take N-I, to M north about 11 miles along Paradise to get : Independent Traveler.

K.I. Sawyer Air Force Base was once one of the largest, most densely populated communities in the Upper Peninsula, with about 7, residents. Upper Tahquamenon Falls, Michigan- one of the most beautiful places I have ever been.

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Inside Michigan’s Best Beer Guide you will find: Listings for breweries and brewpubs from the big-time Bell’s all the way down to the (little) Big O nanobrewery up in the Leelanau Peninsula. From downtown Detroit to the Superior shores of the Upper Peninsula.Nov 7, - Explore shooter's board "Upper Peninsula", followed by people on Pinterest.

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