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Native Americans established a fishing and trading center in what is now Michigan’s Upper Peninsula more than 12,000 years ago. Then, in 1668, French Jesuit priest Jacques Marquette traveled to the area and named it Sault Ste. Marie. Located along the Saint Mary’s River, the isolated city became the first European settlement in the Midwest.
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