This island is among the tallest points in the national Lakeshore. This arch is only a memory now…
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Also known to the Ojibwe as Miskwabimijikag Miniss (Willow Tree Island), this island includes a story fit for Memorial Day.
This island is the easternmost, northernmost and largest island in the National Lakeshore.
This tiny island is located to the north of Michigan Island, on the eastern side of the archipelago.
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This is one of the most western-most islands in the National Lakeshore and is clearly visible from Little Sand Bay on the mainland.
This island has gone by a number of names including Kagagiwanjikag Miniss (Ojibwe for “Island of Hemlock Trees”), Texas Island, Hemlock Island and Shoe Island.
It’s dark sky week around the globe… a perfect time to explore the night sky above the Islands and consider dark sky designation.