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(Autor beim Text: Photos by C. A. Meter):
Hiawathaland—Our Own Upper Peninsula
[Bilderbogen mit Texten]
In: The Milwaukee journal, Milwaukee, Wis. - 1935-09-08


THE "SONG OF HIAWATHA ," by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, is known to every school child but not so many know its scene is upper Michigan. The "pictured rocks of sandstone," for instance, where Pau-Puk-Keewis sought refuge after ravaging Hiawatha's lodge, are near Munising, as pictured. The "dunes of Nagow Wudjoo" are on the shores of Lake Superior, west of Grand Marais, Mich. Hiawatha crossed the Escanaba, the "river of flat rocks," on his way to the Dacotahs and, according to Indian tradition, Sugar Loaf rock, Mackinac island, an "egg" of limestone standing 284 feet above the level of Lake Huron, was the Great Spirit's wigwam.



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