Historical Markers in Mackinac County, Michigan
American Fur Company Store Ancient Anishinabe Path / Gete Anishinaabek Miikaan Antique Railroad Bell Arch Rock Brevort British Landing Civilian Conservation Corps Commercial Fishing David B. Steinman Devil's Kitchen Diving into History Epoufette Father Marquette Park Kiosk Fort de Buade Fort Holmes France at Mackinac Grand Hotel Grave of Father Marquette Greany Grove Great Lakes Shipwrecks and Michigan's Underwater Preserves Gros Cap and St. Helena Island Heritage of Fishermen in this Area Historic Fort Mackinac Huron Indians at St. Ignace Island House Knights of Columbus Plaque Lake Michigan Lawrence A. Young Cottage Limestone Breccia Mackinac Bridge, Michigan Mackinac Conference Mackinac County Soldiers & Sailors War Memorial Mackinac Straits Mackinaw Boat Mackinaw Boat Michigan State Ferry Michilimackinac Cove Mission Church Mooring Facilities Mooring Facilities Native American Land Losses Nicolet Watch Tower Old Mill Slip Ottawa Indian Village People and the Great Lakes Post Cemetery Prentiss M. Brown, Michigan Lawyer, Mackinac Visionary Round Island Lighthouse Sainte Anne Church Scout Barracks / Parade Ground Skull Cave Somewhere in Time Gazebo South Tower Fog Bell St. Ignace St. Ignace Mission State Ferries, 1923-1957 State Ferry Service Structures of Local Native Americans in the 1600's Sugar Loaf The Chief Dock The Chief Dock Kiosk The Huron Longhouse The Ice Bridge The Mackinac Bridge The Northernmost Point of Lake Michigan Two Cultures Meet Voyage of Exploration Watery Graveyard What's in the Water? What's in the Water? William H. Barnum "Cass Cliff"
Michigan was the birthplace of the American automobile industry. In the early 20th century, automakers such as Ford, General Motors, and Chrysler established headquarters and factories in Michigan, leading to a boom in the state's economy and population. Detroit became known as the "Motor City" and a symbol of American industrial power.~ Michigan random facts