Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Town of Mackinac, on Lake Huron, State of Michigan
Description
Media Type
Image
Item Type
Wood engravings
Description
Woodcut engraving of the town and harbour of Mackinac at the entrance to Lake Michigan. The artist has included a paddlewheel steamboat, a propeller, a couple of schooners, smaller saling craft and a canoe. Piles of cordwood can be seen on a wharf in the middle distance. Fort Mackinac can be seen on the heights.
Inscriptions
"Town of Mackinac, on Lake Huron, State of Michigan"
Publisher
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper
Place of Publication
New York
Date of Original
20 Sep 1856
Subject(s)
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Michigan, United States
    Latitude: 45.84918 Longitude: -84.61893
Copyright Statement
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Town of Mackinac, on Lake Huron, State of Michigan


Woodcut engraving of the town and harbour of Mackinac at the entrance to Lake Michigan. The artist has included a paddlewheel steamboat, a propeller, a couple of schooners, smaller saling craft and a canoe. Piles of cordwood can be seen on a wharf in the middle distance. Fort Mackinac can be seen on the heights.