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Mention MICHIGAN and most people think of cars, heavy industry and inner-city Detroit. Midwesterners prefer to focus on its magnificent scenery: the beaches, dunes and cliffs along the 3200-mile shoreline of its two vividly contrasting peninsulas – bordering four of the five Great Lakes – rival many an oceanfront state.

The mitten-shaped Lower Peninsula is dominated from its southeastern corner by the industrial giant of Detroit, surrounded by satellite cities almost exclusively devoted to the automotive industry. In the west, the scenic 350-mile Lake Michigan shore drive passes through likeable little ports before reaching the stunning Sleeping Bear Dunes and resort towns such as Traverse City in the peninsula’s balmy northwest corner. The desolate, dramatic and thinly populated Upper Peninsula, reaching out from Wisconsin like a claw to separate lakes Superior and Michigan, is a far cry indeed from the cosmopolitan south.

In the mid-seventeenth century, French explorers forged a successful trading relationship with the Chippewa, Ontario and other tribes. The British, who acquired control after 1763, were far more brutal: Governor Henry Hamilton was known as the “Hair Buyer of Detroit” for his advocacy of taking scalps rather than prisoners. Ever since, Michigan’s economy has developed in waves, the eighteenth-century fur, timber and copper booms culminating in the state establishing itself at the forefront of the nation’s manufacturing capacity, thanks to its abundant raw materials, good transportation links, and the genius of innovators such as Henry Ford. Despite the slumps of the Seventies and Eighties, car production remains the major source of Michigan income – and tourism is now a four-season money-spinner. Click here to go to Michigan State web site.

 

 

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