Mackinac Island Non-Fiction
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Settled in the 1600s by Jesuit Priests, possesion of Mackinac (pronouced Mack-in-aw) Island was fought for during the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812. It also housed Confederate prisoners during the Civil War. A popular tourist destination since the early 1800s, people travel from all over the world to visit Mackinac Island and the Mackinac Straits area because of its rich local history. Learn more from one of our featured non-fiction selections.
Haunts of Mackinac: Ghost Stories, Legends and Tragic Tales of Mackinac Island
View from the Veranda: The History and Architecture of the Summer Cottages on Mackinac Island