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Name Mackinac Island
Number of Archive records 4
Number of Library records 2
Number of Photo records 1
Updated -4712-01-01

Associated Records

1977.02 - 1977.02.01

Schedule, railroad. Laminated. "Pennsylvania lines west of Pittsburgh Northern Michigan Excursions to Traverse City, Petoskey, and Mackinac Island Thursday, August 31st, Saturday, September 2nd, Wednesday, September 6th, 1889 Via Pennsylvania Lines And Grand Rapids & Indiana Ry..."

Image of 2003.36 - 2003.36.20

2003.36 - 2003.36.20

Manuscript, titled, "Where Indian Trails and River Met," a historical look at the early inhabitants of the Great Lakes basin.

Image of 2003.36 - 2003.36.24

2003.36 - 2003.36.24

Manuscript, untitled, a biography of John McDouall Johnston, an Indian interpreter, born in Sault Saint Marie, Michigan on October 12, 1816.

Image of 2010.16 - 2010.16

2010.16 - 2010.16

Book "Early Mackinac" by Meade C. Williams, second edition, 1898. It was located in the Locy cottage in East Leland. Given by Jack Locy to Maryellen Hadjisky to donate to the museum.

Image of 1961.23 - 1961.23.02

1961.23 - 1961.23.02

Photograph of the steamer Manitou. Built in 1898 by the Northern Transit Company to run from Chicago to Mackinac Island.