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Mackinac Island Worries About Preserving Its Past

by Peter Payette
Jan 3, 2013 (Morning Edition / Interlochen Public Radio) — Michigan's Mackinac Island was fought over by France, England and the United States. The 200-year-old city in northern Lake Huron is a popular tourist destination. But the demolition of old buildings has raised a fierce debate about how to hold onto the past while profiting from it.

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