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    Michigan Copper and Iron Mining History and PoliticsOlivet College ILT Class TripMay 2nd through May 7th, 2011
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    Tahquamenon Falls is located in the Upper Peninsula of the state of Michigan, just outside the town of Paradise and Whitefist Bay. The falls are the second largest west of the Mississippi, with Niagra being the largest, and are a breat-taking and spectacular sight. The falls are separated into the Upper and Lower falls. The Upper falls in the largest of the two, it is roughly 2,000 feet across and has a 50 foot drop. About 50,000 gallons of water flow down the falls every second. The Lower falls are a four mile hike from the Upper and have a more shelve type look with the falls cascading around a small island. Both falls are hidden within the forest of Tahquamenon Falls State Park which covers 52,000 acres over 13 miles of land. Also located at the state park is the Tahquamenon Falls Brewrey and Pub, this building was built in 1996 and includes a marvelous outside fireplace for visitors to gather around.
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    {DSCF4251.JPG} At the Tahquamemon Falls State Park, people enjoy the trails and nature that surrounds the Upper Falls. After a scenic hike enjoy an ice cold beer at the Tahquamemon Falls Micro Brewery. Photo by Jeff Fisher
    {IMG_4396.JPG} Tahquamenon Falls: Tahquamenon Falls: The interesting and noticeable brown color water was the first visual observation that I noticed when seeing the falls in person. Because of the tannins of the cedar swamps up stream, the water looked rusted or dirty. The alternative name given by the locals is “Root Beer Falls” due to the color. - Jeff Janofski
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