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Mackinac Island By Richard Harrell
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This is my trip to Mackinac island, i was there for two days. hope you enjoy.
Mackinac Island By Ms Hen
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Mackinac Island is a place like no other. Travel by ferry boat to a place with no cars, but plenty of history and -- fudge! Learn all about the island surrounded by the sparkling waters of Lake... More > Huron at the tip of Michigan's mitten. This fully illustrated book includes travel tips, a scavenger hunt, and a quiz. Even if you never visit the island, you'll feel like you have traveled back to the 1880s and learn lots of interesting things about life on the island through the years, including battles, a belly-hole, and the role of missionaries in the area.< Less
Max on Mackinac Island By Ian McClain
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Teach your children to tell their story! Let Max lead you and your kids in a series of natural adventures on beautiful, magical Mackinac Island. Suitable for all free spirits! Ages 1-100!
My Summer on Mackinac Island By Kristina Long
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A love story that takes place during a summer of working on Mackinac Island.
Mackinac Island Adventures By Lynda Hepker & Steven Hepker
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A Booklet that will introduce island culture and adventures to explore on beautiful Mackinac Island. Written by a year round resident of the island this booklet offers information that you should... More > know before traveling to Mackinac Island, MI. Plus, a little history, some fun facts, things to see and do off the beaten path and a little humor about how we live on an island through the 4 seasons of Michigan, we have Fall, Winter, Spring and Fudgy season.< Less
Mackinac Drift By Robert F. Reynolds
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Michigan's historic Mackinac Island is considered the gem of the Great Lakes. Victorian-style homes, historic military forts and limestone formations grace the island. Michigan Highway M-185 circles... More > the island even though its only traffic are horse-drawn carriages and bicycles--motorized vehicles are prohibited.Mackinac Island is peaceful, serene and a major summer vacation destination. The story: Two hundred years before, a fortune disappeared when American colonial forces recapture Mackinac Island from British occupiers. Through chance encounters, a modern day trio of ne'er-do-wells come together to share a house. Summer tourist season arrives and with it come scores of island visitors. Devious, tough-as-nails Josie, invites companions Wayland and Diggs to visit the island. The men happen upon a life-altering discovery. Companionship soon declines into primal instincts, greed and cruelty. Double crosses abound, sinking readers to unforeseen depths in this thrilling island mystery.< Less
Max On Mackinac Island and The Way Back By Ian McClain
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Ahoy! Max is going back, way back across the Straits Of Mackinaw to Mackinaw City and Frankenmuth. Make your Mackinac Island Story complete with this companion adventure! Write your own story, c'mon!
Volume 4549, Mackinac Island Public Schools --- Macroblock By Print Wikipedia
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Volume 4549, Mackinac Island Public Schools---Macroblock Print Wikipedia is a both a utilitarian visualization of the largest accumulation of human knowledge and a poetic gesture towards the inhuman... More > scale of big data. Michael Mandberg wrote software that parses the entirety of the English-language Wikipedia database and programmatically lays out nearly 7500 volumes, complete with covers, and then uploads them to for print-on-demand. Print Wikipedia draws attention to the sheer size of the encyclopedia's content and the impossibility of rendering Wikipedia as a material object in fixed form: Once a volume is printed it is already out of date. It is also a work of found poetry built on what is likely the largest appropriation ever made. As we become increasingly more dependent on information and source material on the Internet today, Mandiberg explores the accessibility of its vastness.< Less
Mackinac; formerly Michilimackinac By John R. Bailey
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An exact reproduction of the autographed copy in the Kladiva Archives. This McMillan Edition was originally released in 1904 and includes a detailed history of the Mackinac Island region.
Mackinac Drift - A Novel By Robert Reynolds
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Michigan’s historic Mackinac Island is considered a gem of the Great Lakes. Access is gained by way of passenger ferries. The island is graced with Victorian-style homes, old military forts,... More > and natural limestone landmarks. It retains its turn-of-the-century appeal by banning all motorized vehicles. A state highway encircles the island although its only traffic is horse drawn carriages and bicycles. It's a prime vacation destination for visitors throughout the Midwest. Story: Mackinac Drift: A treasure is lost as American colonial forces recapture the Island from British occupiers two hundred years earlier. A trio of ne’er-do-wells share a rundown house on the nearby mainland. Tourist season arrives and with it crowds of vacationers. Devious Josie invites Wayland and Diggs to come over to view 4th of July fireworks. While awaiting her arrival, the two men explore the island and happen upon a life altering discovery. Double crosses abound in this thrilling page turning island mystery… Mackinac Drift.< Less

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