CHEBOYGAN , acity and the
See also:county-seat of Cheboygan county, Michigan, U.S.A., on South Channel (between Lakes Michigan and
See also:Huron), at the mouth of Cheboygan
See also:river, in the N.
See also:part of the
See also:lower peninsula . Pop . (1890) 6235; (1900) 6489, of whom 2101 were
See also:born; (1904) 6730; (1910) 6859 . It is served by the Michigan Central and the
See also:Detroit & Mackinac
See also:railways, and by steamboat lines to Chicago,
See also:Milwaukee, Detroit, Sault Ste
See also:Bay and other lake ports; and is connected by
See also:ferry with Mackinac and Pointe aux Pins . During a
See also:great part of the
See also:year small boats ply between Cheboygan and the
See also:head of Crooked Lake, over the " Inland Route." Cheboygan is situated in a fertile farming region, for which it is a
See also:trade centre, and it has
See also:lumber mills, tanneries, paper mills,
See also:works, and other manufacturing establishments . The
See also:water-works are owned and operated by the
See also:municipality . The city, at first called
See also:Duncan, then
See also:Inverness, and finally Cheboygan, was settled in 1846, incorporated as a
See also:village in 1871, reincorporated in 1877, and chartered as a city in 1889 .
PAFNUTIY LVOVICH CHEBICHEV (1821-1894)
CHECHENZES, TCHETCHEN, or KHISTS (Kisti)
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