Some articles on small unincorporated community, small, unincorporated community:
... Cedar is a small unincorporated community at 44°50′52″N 85°47′45″W / 44.84778°N 85.79583°W / 44.84778 -85.79583 (Cedar) at the corners of sections five, six, seven and eight ... Fouch is a small unincorporated community on the south end of Lake Leelanau at 44°50′02″N 85°43′16″W / 44.83389°N 85.72111°W / 44.83389 ... Solon is a small unincorporated community at 44°48′34″N 85°45′40″W / 44.80944°N 85.76111°W / 44.80944 -85.76111 (Solon) on the Cedar Run Creek between sections 21 and 22 in ...
... Dakota Heights is a small unincorporated community in the township, cut off from the rest of the township by the city of Houghton ... Dodgeville is a small, unincorporated community, located at 47°05′39″N 88°34′52″W / 47.09417°N 88.58111°W / 47.09417 -88.58111, about two miles south of Houghton ... Hurontown is a small, unincorporated community, located at 47°06′40″N 88°34′25″W / 47.11111°N 88.57361°W / 47.11111 -88.57361, adjacent to and surrounded by Houghton ...
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