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It's full of Michigan history. One person found this helpful. This is a love story much more than a depicting of the Mackinaw straits during the era.

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It lacks in description of the area and skips much of the conflict at that time save for when the author could weave in love conflicts. I was hoping for more about the fort and less love story. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. A very good read. Having lived in the area my entire life, I found it both fun and interesting, providing a readable history. The history of Northern Michigan during the 's is incredible. After visiting Mackinac Island, St.


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  • Ignace and Fort Michilimackinac I enjoyed reading this book. I found the story very interesting, knowing it to be fiction, with enough history to make it very possibly close to what could have been. The history came to life for me. I couldn't put the book down for long until I finished. Now I'm ready to read it again. I can say that I'm very glad that I'm living in the modern world of today and not the Mackinac area world. I have read quite a few books of this genre and I found this one of the best I've read. An enjoyable read, especially if you're not over-particular about language or have an extensive knowledge of the material culture of the time and place.

    Read it as a good tale imparting the major historic events; not much is written about Charles Langlade and it ought to be. The events of history are well-depicted and the story is marvelously readable. The real problems with the book are the lack of understanding of the details of material culture Natives are depicted with material culture much more in line with what existed 75 years prior to the beginning of the book rather than what existed at the time, for example and worse, the complete misuse of vocabulary.

    I was willing to grant the use of "belie" for "betray" - a lot of people make that one.


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      Michilimackinac: A Tale Of The Straits

      The author, David A. A very good read. Having lived in the area my entire life, I found it both fun and interesting, providing a readable history. The history of Northern Michigan during the 's is incredible. After visiting Mackinac Island, St. Ignace and Fort Michilimackinac I enjoyed reading this book.

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      I found the story very interesting, knowing it to be fiction, with enough history to make it very possibly close to what could have been. The history came to life for me. I couldn't put the book down for long until I finished. Now I'm ready to read it again. I can say that I'm very glad that I'm living in the modern world of today and not the Mackinac area world.

      I have read quite a few books of this genre and I found this one of the best I've read. Feedback If you need help or have a question for Customer Service, contact us. Would you like to report poor quality or formatting in this book? Click here Would you like to report this content as inappropriate?

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      It's full of Michigan history. This is a love story much more than a depicting of the Mackinaw straits during the era. It lacks in description of the area and skips much of the conflict at that time save for when the author could weave in love conflicts. I was hoping for more about the fort and less love story.

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      A very good read. Having lived in the area my entire life, I found it both fun and interesting, providing a readable history. The history of Northern Michigan during the 's is incredible. After visiting Mackinac Island, St. Ignace and Fort Michilimackinac I enjoyed reading this book.