TITLE

Northern Lower Peninsula: 22. Pigeon River Country State Forest

AUTHOR(S)
Storm, Roger E.; Wedzel, Susan M.
PUB. DATE
January 1997
SOURCE
Hiking Michigan;1997, p85
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter 22 of the book "Northern Lower Peninsula" is presented. It offers information on Pigeon River Country State Forest in Michigan. The state forest boasts more than 97,000 undeveloped public forest land The forest is also the center of the state's elk herd, which is the largest free-roaming elk herd east of the Mississippi River. The forest area came to the state thorough tax reversion, logged out between 1860 and 1910.
ACCESSION #
27975744

 

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