lies in Lake Huron
near the northern tip of Michigan
's "mitten". Pronounced MACK ih NAW, it is famous for its Victorian resort hotels and lack of automobiles. There is a year-round population of approximately 500, which grows considerably in the resort season, when the island is crowded with tourists.
- "MacKinac Island: Historic Frontier, Vacation Resort, Timeless Wonderland" by Pamela A. Piljac, et al., Chicago Review Pr; ISBN 155652305X; (August 1997)
- "Mackinac Connection: The Insider's Guide to Mackinac Island" by Amy McVeigh, Mackinac Publishing; ISBN 0962321338; July 1998
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