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Lake Gogebic — Giant gem of the U.P./Tom Rozich

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August 23, 2013
By Tom Rozich - For the Gazette , The Daily Mining Gazette

Lake Gogebic is the sixth-largest inland lake in Michigan and the biggest in the U.P., containing 13,380 acres. The name comes from the Chippewa, who called it Agogebic, meaning "A body of water hanging on high." The lake lies at an elevation of 1,291 feet, which is 689 feet above Lake Superior (at 602 feet).

 
 
 

 

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