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N.B. Historical Museum welcomes Bob Myers for “Crossing the Inland Sea,” June 21

Lake Michigan and the St. Joseph River created a water highway that connected southwest Michigan with Chicago. Throughout the 19th and early 20th centuries, a fleet of schooners and steamers carried passengers, freight, and produce between the port cities of St. Joseph / Benton Harbor and Chicago.

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