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Mackinac Island in 1944

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November 26 2010 4:59

You can see more information about this video here: http://www.mackinacislandblog.com/

Somewhere in Time

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November 21 2010 7:59

Is a really good movie and has some great shots of Mackinac Island and the Grand Hotel. If you have never seen it, I strongly [...]

Morrow Native American Connections

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November 21 2010 1:26

Our Ancestors were French and Native American from the Mackinac Band of Chippewa Indians primarily from Bois Blanc Island, Mackinac Island and the Les Cheneaux [...]

Lake Superior Tribes of Indians

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November 21 2010 1:18

  While researching the Mackinac Island St. Anne’s Church records, there are many instances where references are made to native Americans from “Lake Superior”, this [...]

About

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November 20 2010 5:04

Descendants and Ancestors of Andre Morin (Andrew Morrow) born 24 Feb 1797 in Montreal at the Basilique Notre-Dame Quebec, and his brother Francois Benjamin Morin [...]

Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Ind

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November 20 2010 4:36

Attached To: Marianne NaanwandagoIsabella Moran The Lac Du Flambeau Band is one of the original “Lake Superior” Bands of Chippewa Indians, it is comprised of [...]

To Morrow

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November 18 2010 16:45

Descendants and Ancestors of Andre Morin (Andrew Morrow) born 24 Feb 1797 in Montreal at the Basilique Notre-Dame Quebec, and his brother Francois Benjamin Morin [...]

1840 Census – Andre Moran

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November 17 2010 2:58

Attached To: Andrew Morin

MackinacIsland1870

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October 30 2010 7:25

Attached To: Andrew Morin This stereograph of a Mackinac harbor view dates c. 1870. The Flint Photographer J.A. Jenny captures the old Agency House in [...]

W.H. Roe from "A History of Pickford"

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October 30 2010 4:16

William Henry and Rachel Roe came here from Huron County, Ontario, in July, 1885, that was shortly after their marriage, but W. H. had been [...]

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