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St. Ignace History Week Brings Visitors From All Over

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St. Ignace is known for its rich history, and all this week they are celebrating that history. 

The History Week events are being held in St. Ignace in Mackinac County.

Established in 1671, St. Ignace has a deep Native American history.

Most of the week's events are being held at the Museum of Ojibwa Culture or Fort De Buade Museum, both located downtown.

They include re-enactments, presentations, and a genealogy workshop where people can come in and research their own family history.

History Week ends Sunday with the Rendezvous At The Straits Pow-Wow.

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