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310 S State St

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Saint Ignace, MI 49781

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523 Ashmun St

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Sault S Marie, MI 49783

10084 M 32 W

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Herron, MI 49744

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Moran, MI 49760

7221 Mullett Lake Dr

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Mullett Lake, MI 49761

8846 Underwood Ave

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Elmira, MI 49730

W11631 Us Highway 2

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Naubinway, MI 49762

15005 S Riverside Dr

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Barbeau, MI 49710

10993 Michigan Ave

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Posen, MI 49776

10395 S Maple St

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Hulbert, MI 49748

8196 N M 123

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Paradise, MI 49768

3989 Us Highway 31

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Brutus, MI 49716

102 Water St

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Boyne City, MI 49712

10568 Otsegoland Rd

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Waters, MI 49797

1593 N Straits Hwy

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Topinabee, MI 49791

10501 E West Resort Rd

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Burt Lake, MI 49717

124 Beach St

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Cedarville, MI 49719

3042 Lake St

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Hessel, MI 49745

4149 State St

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Walloon Lake, MI 49796

220 E Main St

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Harbor Springs, MI 49740

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Saint Ignace, usually written as St. Ignace, is a city near the tip of the Upper Peninsula of the US state of Michigan, on the northern side of the Straits of Mackinac. It sits on the shore of Lake Huron at the north end of the Mackinac Bridge, opposite Mackinaw City, serving as the gateway to the UP for travelers coming from the Lower Peninsula. It is one of two ports with ferry service to Mackinac Island, and is the only mainland city accessible from the island (by snowmobile) when Lake Huron is frozen over. St. Ignace Township is located just to the north of the city, but is politically independent. It is the county seat of Mackinac County. The population was 2,452 at the 2010 census, and nearly one-third of the population of the city identified as Native American. The Mackinac Bands of Chippewa and Ottawa Indians, a state-recognized tribe, is headquartered at St. Ignace. The Ottawa people, also known as Odawa, comprised another Algonquian-speaking tribe before European encounter. Their descendants joined with the Chippewa in this area to organize for self-government. Jesuit priests established a mission in the 17th century at what was then a village of the Wyandot people, also known by the French as the Huron. They are an Iroquoian-language group. It became a center of fur trading with the French for regional peoples. In the 18th century, the Ojibwe (known as Chippewa in the United States) also entered the area and were an important group near the Great Lakes. In the 21st century, the federally recognized Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians owns and operates a casino on its land in St. Ignace.

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