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Charlevoix Historical Society
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Charlevoix Historical Society
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Our event "How Pine River Became Charlevoix 1721 - 1869" has begun. Stop by the library between now and 3:30pm. Check our website for more details. ...
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300 Years ago today, Jesuit priest, explorer, and secret Government Operative for France, Pierre François Xavier de Charlevoix and his small crew of men traveling by canoe passed by this area. High winds forced the group to halt their journey and stay the night on a little island (presumably Fisherman's Island). Charlevoix wrote in his journal. “I departed from Michillimakinac the Day before Yesterday at Noon, and I am now detained here in a little island that has no Name…Yesterday I went three leagues further” (from Little Traverse Bay) “and a high wind obliged me to stop at this island.” Find out more about the history of Pine River (Zhiingwaak Ziibiing) at our exhibit "How Pine River Became Charlevoix 1721 - 1869" at the Charlevoix Public Library outside of the Community Rooms. Exhibit will be up until August 8. ...
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Well, another Venetian Festival is in the books. We hope everyone had a great time! This is a picture of a crowd gathered in East Park for the Venetian Boat Parade on July 27, 1958. Some beautiful looking cars in this shot.#charlevoix #charlevoixmi #charlevoixmichigan #charlevoixhistory ...
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