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Lake Erie - Wikipedia


Lake Erie is the fourth-largest lake (by surface area) of the five Great Lakes in North America, .... The shallowest section of Lake Erie is the western basin where depths .... At the time of Europe...

Lake Erie Genealogy - FamilySearch Wiki


Dec 21, 2015 ... The lake is named after the Erie tribe of Native Americans who lived along ... In 1669, the Frenchman Louis Jolliet was the first documented European to sight Lake Erie, ... Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Michigan) and one Canadian Province ... Lake Erie has three basins: the western basin includes the islands ...

Southeastern Michigan - Lake Erie - Michigan Forum - TripAdvisor


Apr 18, 2013 ... Are there any resort towns on the Lake Erie shores... ... further north to Lake Huron, or even better west to the western shore of Lake Michigan.

Lake Erie - New World Encyclopedia


Jul 23, 2014 ... Several islands in the western end of the lake belong to Ohio. ... Lake Erie marshlands, Cherry Island, Michigan ... Before European contact, there were several Native American tribes which lived along the shores of Lake Erie.

The Introduction and Spread of the Zebra Mussel in North America


Clair in 1988, the mussels have spread throughout Lakes St. Clair, Erie, and ... resulting in it's introduction into several Central and Western European .... Lake Huron; the southeastern and southern shores of Lake Michigan (Grand Haven,.

History - Kansas Kickapoo Tribe


From the initial contact of the early Europeans, the Kickapoo have been ... the western portion of the woodland area in southern Michigan near Lake Erie.

The French explorers - MSU Department of Geography - Michigan ...


Samuel de Champlain had been the first European to become curious about ... gathered a treasure of information about the western wilderness, including Michigan. ... already discovered Lake Erie, was accompanied by the Jesuit missionary, ...

“The Book of Cave Out of Darkness,” Part 2— The City of Detroit ...


Aug 5, 2016 ... ... Part 2— The City of Detroit, Lake Erie and Lake Michigan ... The one branch was exiled into what we know today as Western Europe, and the ...

Erie-Marsh-Collection | The Nature Conservancy


Birds and fish return to Erie Marsh Preserve near the Michigan/Ohio border. ... across the 150-mile stretch of coastal and nearshore habitat of Western Lake Erie .

Erie Marsh Preserve | The Nature Conservancy


Michigan. Erie Marsh Preserve. lake erie marsh_Ron LeonettiSplash ... 48 miles of the Detroit River and western Lake Erie, protects habitat for 65 species of fish,  ...

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West Michigan couple builds boat and sails 15,000 miles to Europe ...


Nov 10, 2015 ... West Michigan couple builds boat and sails 15,000 miles to Europe ... the Detroit River, Lake Erie, and eventually taking down their 41-foot mast in ... They would ultimately set sail for western Europe and arrived on the shores ...

Lake Erie Facts - Live Science


May 17, 2013 ... Lake Erie, the fourth largest Great Lake, is also famous for a battle in the War ... Pennsylvania, Ohio and Michigan — and the Canadian province of Ontario. Buffalo, N.Y., is on the eastern end, and Toledo, Ohio, is on the western end. ... Lake Erie was the last of the Great Lakes to be explored by Europeans.

Lake Erie | lake, North America | Britannica.com


Jul 2, 2015 ... ... the Niagara River, and its western end contains all of the islands, the ... The first European to see Lake Erie, when the Iroquois inhabited the ... North America comprising Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario.