Chippewa River


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Chippewa River

A river rising in the lake region of northern Wisconsin and flowing about 290 km (180 mi) generally south to the Mississippi River.
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Cornell traveled the Chippewa River from its two sources south of Ashland to where it joins the Mississippi.
"Last year on the Chippewa Flowage, one of the best spots I found was at the head of the flowage, where the Chippewa River comes into Moore's Bay," he says.
Pleasant, which features local dining and shopping destinations; Oak Tree Village is within walking distance of Central Michigan University and the GKB Riverwalk Trail that links five city parks along the Chippewa River. The community is also close to McLaren Health System, Central Michigan campus, Mt.
Weyerhaeuser found competing interests and rivalries when he tried to obtain a supply of logs from the pine forests along the Chippewa River in Wisconsin.
In 2013, Courtney Saldana, youth services supervising librarian at the Ovitt Family Community Library in Ontario, California, and Tinna Mills, teen librarian at the Chippewa River District Library System in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, took over as co-chairs of the event.
We also include data from post 1980 surveys on the Cannon (Davis, 1987), Zumbro (Bright et al., 1989) and Minnesota (Bright et al., 1990) rivers, Minnesota, Chippewa River, Wisconsin (Balding, 1992; Balding and Balding, 1996) and Mississippi River (Havlik, 1983; Hornbach et al., 1992).
Occasionally I would look out the window of the sixth-floor reading of room of our Philosophy & Religious Studies Department and watch the shadows of the barren trees extend along the banks the lazily meandering Chippewa River. The river no longer gives any semblance of freezing, I suppose as a result of global warming.
For example, the Chippewa River watershed contains six agroecoregions, whose properties range from the steep, well drained loamy soils of the Steep Dryer Moraine agroecoregion to the flat, poorly drained, silty-clay soils of the Dryer Clays and Silts agroecoregion (MPCA 1997).
Hugging the Chippewa River some 130 miles southeast of Michigan's Sleeping Bear Dunes, a tree farm sprawls across the plains.
He went to work in a sawmill at Rock Island, Illinois, in 1852, and then moved on to Wisconsin's Chippewa River country, where for nearly half a century his saw-mills and logging operations prospered.

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