GREAT LAKES

MARITIME HISTORY

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As the only state that fronts on four of the five Great Lakes, Michigan, with its 3,126 miles of coast, has more shoreline than any other state except Alaska. For that reason Michigan will be our home port, although these pages will hold information from all U.S. states and Canadian interests that have Great Lakes shorelines.

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