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02 February 2015
Trail marker trees
The stately oak tree above was featured in our local paper. Known as the "
," this bur oak marks the
midpoint between Lake Michigan and the Mississippi River
along paths used by Native Americans in the pre-settlement era.
Anyone interested in trail marker trees - especially those modified by Native Americans - should visit the comprehensive website of the
Great Lakes Trail Marker Tree Society
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