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10790 N Grand St

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Seney, MI 49883

10790 N Grand St

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Seney, MI 49883

1220 Knaggs St

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Seney, MI 49836

1220 Knaggs St

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Seney, MI 49836

22579 State Highway M28

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Seney, MI 49853

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E2895 State Highway M94

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Eben Junction, MI 49825

N7303 Us Highway 41

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Ingalls, MI 49848

E3735 Munising St

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Chatham, MI 49816

1673 State Highway M35 E

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Little Lake, MI 49833

3953 Us Highway 41 W

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Champion, MI 49814

N7589 Arbutus St

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Au Train, MI 49806

221 E Superior St

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Wetmore, MI 49862

415 2 Nd St

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Republic, MI 49879

3980 W Maple Ridge 37 Th Rd

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Rock, MI 49880

11892 State Highway M35

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Perkins, MI 49872

1214 Quinnesec St

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Quinnesec, MI 49876

W17194 Main St

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Germfask, MI 49820

W555 Us Highway 2 41

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Harris, MI 49845

W4243 State Highway M69

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Felch, MI 49831

95 N Pine St

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Gwinn, MI 49841

W5444 2 Nd St

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Hermansville, MI 49847

1300 N 3 Rd St

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Marquette, MI 49855

N16118 Cedar St

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Nadeau, MI 49886

W2261 Us Highway 2 41

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Spalding, MI 49896

W4994 Central Ave

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Vulcan, MI 49892

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Seney is an unincorporated community in Schoolcraft County in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, United States. The historic community began as a railroad stop in 1881. Soon after, logging companies moved into the area to lumber the white pine forests in the surrounding region. Seney soon grew to over 3,000 people. During this time, the town gained a reputation for being rowdy and dangerous due its boom economy and numerous saloons. By the end of the nineteenth century, the forests of pine in the surrounding region were depleted and the lumber companies left, shrinking the town considerably. It currently has less than 200 people. Today, the town is noted as a gateway to the region's recreation and tourism. It is located on the outskirts of the Seney National Wildlife Refuge, administered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and is a through way to the eastern end of the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. Seney is also the terminus of the hiking trail known as the Fox River Pathway (which connects with the North Country Trail). The town was featured in Ernest Hemingway's short story "Big Two-Hearted River" which Hemingway based on a visit to the town that he made in his youth. Leon Czolgosz, the man who assassinated President William Mckinley, was a visitor to the town for a period of time during the boom years when he worked on the local railroad. Seney is located on the eastern end of the Seney Stretch. A "Boot Hill" cemetery is located outside of town. The community is located in Seney Township, Michigan. Incredible Seney (1953) is a nonfiction book about Seney's historic boom years written by Lewis Reimann.

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