Marquette Park (Mackinac Island)

Marquette Park (Mackinac Island)

Marquette Park is a landscaped park located on Mackinac Island in the U.S. state of Michigan. It is part of Mackinac Island State Park and stands on the edge of Mackinac Island's harbor on the Round Island Channel and just east of downtown Mackinac Island.

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Marquette Park (Mackinac Island) - History
... in a commanding location on a bluff above Mackinac Islands harbor in 1780-1781,the relatively flat plateau between the bluff and shoreline was set aside for the Fort's ... During the 1800s,the Fort'smen used the area as a vegetable garden,growing potatoes and other foodstuffs there to supplement their rations ... After the U.S ...

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