In June 1822, Alexis St. Martin of Quebec became one of the leading men in Mackinac Island history. The 20-year-old youth had not wanted or expected to gain this distinction. June 6, 1822, had been a typical day in the American Fur Company’s small, crowded general store on Market Street. No one bothered to write down how the almost-fatal accident […]
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