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Extractions: Using a small plane, a medium format camera and a variety of lenses, Lynn Marvin traveled the Great Lakes shooting events and picturesque landmarks, especially lighthouses. Son John, a commercial pilot and photographer, often assisted his dad. The photographs on this web site were taken by Lynn except those marked with an asterisk, which were taken by John. Marvin Aerial Photo was one of the original sponsors of the Great Lakes Lighthouse Festival held in Alpena, Michigan the second weekend of October each year.
Publicly Accessible Great Lakes Lighthouses IGNACE Owner/Manager great lakes LIGHTHOusE KEEPERS ASSOCIATION WITH us COAST GUARDACCESS TO OPTIC Current use ACTIVE AID TO NAVIGATION/MARITIME HERITAGE http://www.cr.nps.gov/maritime/greatlt.html
Lighthouses In The Great Lakes Region 4/26) Cities and towns along the great lakes would be the next four years to restorelighthouses, clean beaches under legislation introduced in the us Senate. http://www.great-lakes.net/tourism/cul/lighthouse.html
1930s Great Depression Gallery, Michigan Historical Museum Stories of Michigan during the great Depression Labor unions and the Flint sitdown strike, Paul Honore's Natural Resources Mural, bungalows, radio, lighthouses and the great lakes, President Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal programs and the Civilian Conservation Corps in Michigan. http://www.sos.state.mi.us/history/museum/explore/museums/hismus/1900-75/depress
Extractions: Education ... Lighthouses: A Photographic Journey This collection All of the IPL Advanced Lighthouses: A Photographic Journey is an independent project which seeks to meld the work of photographer and lighthouse enthusiast Donald W. Carter with a comprehensive guide to the lighthouses of Michigan, The Great Lakes, America, and the world. An Expedition Journal , kept by Diana Carter as she and Don traveled to photograph the lighthouses. An Alphabetical Listing of all of the lighthouses. A Geographical Index , with the lighthouses listed by bodies of water. A Lighthouse Bibliography , containing works on the subject of lighthouses, many of which were used as references in creating these documents. These documents are an evolving resource. Please be patient as new parts are continually being added. November 19, 2003 New! New Trip: Pacific Northwest in September/October with the USLS11 new lighthouses! September 23, 2003 New Trip: Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin
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Lake Superior Fisheries Research in Lake Superior us Geological Survey road system connecting thefive great lakes and the lighthouses of Lake Superior Seeing The Light Join http://www.great-lakes.net/lakes/superior.html
Lighthouse Getaway! Lighthouse Getaway! This site is dedicated to American lighthouses, including many in the great lakes area. Each entry includes a beautiful graphic and short description. William A. Britten http://rdre1.inktomi.com/click?u=http://lighthousegetaway.com/&y=025E70A7848
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Extractions: Lighthouses on the Great Lakes rival oceanic lighthouses in their beauty and diversity. Enjoy 27 high-quality images of a variety of lighthouses including traditional tall and slender lighthouses, small lighthouses attached to keepers' homes, lighthouses on artificial islands, and many others. Comes with a Screen Saver Control which makes it easy to configure and launch any installed screensaver. This evaluation version shows all of the images available in the full, registered version. Related Software International Lighthouses Screensaver Apollo Mission Screensaver Bible Inspirations II Book of Mormon Screensaver ... Site Map
Home preservation, history and lift of the great lakes lighthouses. Contact Information.Telephone 989595-3632 FAX 989-358-9095 Postal address 7406 us 23 North http://www.lighthousefestival.org/
Extractions: See how your support assists lighthouse preservation groups across the Great Lakes! 2004 Info Coming Soon! Over $125,000 distributed in 8 years! Over $17,000 distributed from 2003 Festival Sharing Program The "Lighthouses of the Great Lakes" are a magnificent collection of history and should be restored, preserved and maintained for all generations to enjoy. Pictures alone can not do these superb structures justice. Over the years, technology has replaced manual tasks with automated systems. With modern navigational systems, such as the Loren-C and the G.P.S. (Global Positioning Systems), the need for lighthouses are now minimal. Ship masters, as well as recreational boaters, can now access these navigational systems to plot their course with the precision of NASA's space programs. The U.S. Coast Guard, Department of Transportation and/or the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) plans to excess, grant out, lease out and/or by a direct legislative transfer or lighthouses throughout the United States. Tomorrow, the number of buoy's, markers and lighthouses needed to safely travel our waterways will be "ZERO". Today, we have to save what lighthouses we can, for tomorrow may be too late for many!
Extractions: HOME Page Scenic Aerials: Harbors Marinas ... Weather Photography Plus HOME Page Harbors Photography Plus has recent, beautiful aerial photos of EVERY harbor on ALL of the Great Lakes! If you are familiar with Lakeland Boating's Ports O' Call books, we supply them with their aerials. Our negatives are razor sharp and enlarge all the way to 30x40 size with beautiful clarity. Please don't judge the quality of our images by the low resolution copies necessary for this website. Click on More Harbors to see more choices.
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Great Lakes Lighthouse Award ii.) Activate an additional 10 lighthouses/lightships on the great lakes. for theBasic Contact or Activators Award is i.) $5.00 for us ii.) $6.00 http://mdxa1.org/GLLAMAINPG.html
Extractions: The Activators Award is for any Licensed Amateur who activates 10 Great Lakes Lighthouses/Lightships. I. The Contact Award. a.) To claim the "Basic Contact Award", work at least 7 Lighthouses/Lightships on any 2 of the 5 Great Lakes. The lighthouse/lightship MUST be on the Great Lakes. i.) Great Lakes States and Provinces that contain Lighthouses are: New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Ontario. ii.) The five Great Lakes are: Erie, Huron, Michigan, Ontario, and Superior. iii.) The following bodies of water DO NOT count for this award, unless it is where these bodies of water meet one of the 5 Great Lakes: Lake St. Clair, St. Lawrence River, St. Marys River, St. Clair River or Georgian Bay, unless it is where these bodies of water meet one of the 5 Great Lakes.
Lighthouses Of The Interior U.S. This page is for lighthouses of the landlocked states in the interior of theUS, that is on either the Atlantic, the Pacific, or the great lakes. http://www.unc.edu/~rowlett/lighthouse/llus.htm
Extractions: This page is for lighthouses of the land-locked states in the interior of the U.S., that is, those states that have no coastline on either the Atlantic, the Pacific, or the Great Lakes. There are 19 states in this category. To be listed here, a lighthouse must actually serve as an aid to navigation. This means it must be located on a navigable lake or river and must be lit as a navigational aid at least during the local boating season. There are thousands of miles of navigable water in the interior states, much of it on the Mississippi, the Missouri, the Ohio, and the other great rivers of the country. The Coast Guard maintains aids to navigation on the major river systems, but as far as I know there are no officially sanctioned lighthouses anywhere on those waterways. All the lighthouses listed here are privately maintained and unofficial. Surely there are other lighthouses that should be listed here; please let me know about them!
GREAT LAKES LIGHTHOUSES STAMPS Coast Guard icebreaker, Mackinaw, and will include representatives from the us PostalService, the Coast Guard, the great lakes Lighthouse Keepers Association http://www.maine.com/lights/press1.htm
Extractions: Contact: James Hyland 1-800-727-BEAM (Rockport, Mass.) - The first head of America's Bureau of Lighthouses, George R. Putnam, once said that, ". . . lighthouses appeal to the interest and better instinct of man because they are symbolic of never-ceasing watchfulness, of steadfast endurance in every exposure, of widespread helpfulness. The building and the keeping of the lights is a picturesque and humanitarian work of the nation." His sentiments surely echo those of countless sailors, who for centuries have relied on the guidance of lighthouses. In fact, lighthouses have proven to be such a popular icon with the American public in general that the U.S. Postal Service is once again singing their praises. In 1990, the U.S. Post Offices issued 5 lighthouse stamps to commemorate the bicentennial of America's lighthouses. They proved to be the best selling stamps of the year. Now, by popular denand in 1995, the Postal Service will issue a continuation of that series with 5 new commemorative stamps by the same artist, Howard Koslow, featuring an historic lighthouse from each of the 5 Great Lakes. The first day of issue is scheduled for June 17th in Cheboygan, Michigan aboard the Coast Guard icebreaker, Mackinaw, and will include representatives from the U.S. Postal Service, the Coast Guard, the Great Lakes Lighthouse Keepers Association, and the stamps' sponsoring organization, The Lighthouse Preservation Society.
The Selkirk Lighthouse Home Page lifesaving service members across the great lakes during a was personally instrumentalin guiding us through the for the Bicentennial of lighthouses in America http://www.maine.com/lights/welcome.htm
Extractions: Early history Origins of the name Builders Early lighting systems ... Gift shop PROPOSALS will be received by me at Rochester for a dwelling and Beacon Light on Lake Ontario, at the junction of the Salmon River with said Lake in the village of Port Ontario, in the County of Oswego, in said state . . . E arly history The site which eventually became home to the Selkirk Lighthouse was visited first by Champlain and the Hurons in October, 1615; the Jesuit Father Simon LeMoine on a mission to the Onondaga Nation in August, 1655; and was the location of a major gathering of Cayuga, Oneida and Onondaga Indian tribes resulting in a treaty with the French Governor-General de la Barre of Quebec in September, 1684, during the French and Indian War. The land north of the Salmon River was purchased from the Oneida, Onondaga and Cayuga tribes by New York's Governor George Clinton in 1788.
Extractions: All Did you know? There are 5 vast inland seas in the heart of the North American continent, holding 20% of the world's freshwater Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, Lake Huron, Lake Erie, Lake Ontario. The Great Lakes include the largest freshwater lake in the world by surface area (Lake Superior), and the longest stretch of freshwater dunes on Earth (Lake Michigan).
Home Page great lakes lighthouses, American Canadian Wes Oleszewski, 1998 Martin Reef -Lightship to Lighthouse - John J Notes - Willard Flint - 1989, us Coast Guard. http://www.midwestconnection.com/Lighthouses/LHhome.htm
Extractions: Feature Story Previous Feature Stories Statue of Liberty Cove Island Ponce De Leon Martin Reef ... Fort Gratiot Since 1804, when the first of hundreds where built in the Great Lakes, Lighthouses have been guiding ships around traitorous shores, reefs and shoals to distant fresh water ports. Even today, with all the modern navigational tools, such as radar and G.P.S., the Lighthouses still play a vital roll in safe passage of any vessel that sails the Great Lakes. Here you will find a seemingly endless resource of historical information and photography of the many Lighthouses in the Great Lakes Region along with various others throughout the world. Also included are various Lightships that were predecessors to many of these lighthouses. Our information is thoroughly researched with feature stories posted regularly so be sure to visit often. Latest Updates: Grand Island East - Superior Yaquina Bay - Oregon Cape May - New Jersey Yaquina Head - Oregon ... Key West - Florida Additional Photos Garden Key (Fort Jefferson) Dry Tortugus - Florida Huron Lightship - Huron Museum Updates Lens - Informational Additional Lens Photos Lake Ontario Lights Cape Florida - Florida With keeping Midwest Connection free to the public, we would like to offer you the opportunity to share your maritime adventures with other enthusiasts. Submit your own photographs and stories of Lighthouses throughout the world to become a part of Midwest Connection's educational website. We are always looking for photographs to publish with recognition given to every author and photographer.