Mackinac Island

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Mack·i·nac Island

 (măk′ə-nô′)
An island of northern Michigan in the Straits of Mackinac, a passage connecting Lakes Huron and Michigan between the Upper and Lower Peninsulas. The island was long the center of an important fur-trading area and is now a resort.
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Other accomplishments include hosting a radio show on the mortgage industry, being appointed by then Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm to the states inaugural Mortgage Industry Advisory Board, contributing author to the Detroit News and Free Press, and guest speaker at a number of prestigious events including the Michigan Mortgage Lenders Association's annual meeting at the Grand Hotel on Mackinaw Island.
Marie, the Mackinaw City Visitor and Convention Centre, and a Mackinaw Island ferry service, boat loads of tour groups will be shuttled up the St.
A meeting on certification of forests and forest products is being planned for the fall on Mackinaw Island.
Famous for the intellectual conversations she conducted with and about women, Margaret Fuller emerges in Birthing a Nation through her autobiographical account of her travels to Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Chicago, Milwaukee, the Wisconsin Territory and Mackinaw Island in Summer on the Lakes.
Periodically, parks - such as Mackinaw Island in Michigan and Shasta Lake in California - have been removed from the National Park System for various reasons.