Millington, Tuscola, ALHN
History of the area:(STATE): First people of this area were of the course the Paeo- Indians, a nomadic people who appeared about 11,000 BC, during the Ice Age. About 100 BC the Hopewell or Mound Builders enter the Great Lakes Area. They created elaborate ceremonial centers, such as the one found near Grand Rapids. There were 3 major groups of Indians in the area all related closely to the Algonquian - speaking people, the Potawatomi, the Ottawa, and the Ojibwa or Chippewa. Several smaller groups also occupied parts of the state at times, of those their was Miami, the Menominee, and the Iroquoian-speaking Wyandot. Then came the white man !
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