Raisin River

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Rai·sin River

A river, about 185 km (115 mi) long, of southeast Michigan flowing generally eastward to Lake Erie.
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He was wounded while serving with the 1st Essex at the Battle of Raisin River on 22 January 1813.
Only a few months earlier, the Americans had suffered a terrible loss at Raisin River, derailing plans to recapture Detroit and forcing them to regroup and lick their wounds.
These sisters were founded to teach the children of the French and Indians who lived along the Raisin River.
The Bass Islands Group, composed of the Put-in-Bay and Raisin River Dolomites, is recognized at surface exposures.
Clair or in other rivers north to the Thunder Bay River in Thunder Bay, Michigan, or south to the Raisin River, a Lake Erie tributary, with the exception of the Detroit River tributary site (Table 1; Jude, unpublished data; Bailey et al.
LOCATION: Monroe Power Plant located between the Raisin River and
Nichols is particularly concerned about a zebra mussel colony she's studying near Monroe in the Raisin River.
Michael McKearnan, a veteran in the high-end gourmet food distribution industry and previous owner of Raisin River Fancy Foods, is the new Owner and General Manager of Imperial Foods, Inc.
His appetite for war wilted and he beat a hasty retreat back to Detroit when he learned that Tecumseh had ambushed a supply column along the Raisin River.
Use of Mapping to Study the Microdistribution of Freshwater Mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) in the Raisin River, Michigan.
Andrew's West was on the south bank of the Raisin River in the cemetery.
nearly 1,600 Immaculate Heart of Mary sisters -- came together to celebrate their common founding in Monroe 150 years ago along the banks of the Raisin River.