The Keweenaw Reader: A collection of facts, stories and people from the most beautiful part of the strangest state. Richard Buchko Author
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It's a land of bitter cold and blowing snow, of blazing sunshine and warm, gentle breezes. It's a land of mountains and lakes, of cities and wildlife. It's a land of rich history, yet full of unknowns. The Keweenaw is part of the United states that rests farther north than 90% of the population of Canada. It sits in the Eastern time zone, but is farther west than Chicago. Over 600 feet above sea level, it still boasts the deepest of the Great Lakes. It's impossible to capture the richness and beauty of the Keweenaw in one book. You can't do it in a hundred books. Still, natives and newcomers alike will find a wealth of knowledge and entertainments about a place tucked away at the edge of Michigan -- the Keweenaw Peninsula.


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